GM plans to build 2 new models in S. Korea, says lawmaker
General Motors plans to produce two new models in South Korea, a local lawmaker quoted GM executive Barry Engle as saying at a meeting with South Korean members of parliament.
Nominate a go-getter for 40 Under 40 honors
Nominations open today in Automotive News' search for 40 people under age 40 who are making an impact at dealerships around the country.
Toyota's global design chief battles the pod
Toyota's new global design chief, Simon Humphries, says car-sharing and autonomous driving will be a boon to cool, ultra-emotional design for your personal wheels.
Genesis snub leaves some Hyundai dealers reeling
While elite-level Hyundai dealers in key markets have the chance to bid for Genesis franchises, other pockets of the dealer body are bitter over the tumultuous rollout of the luxury brand's retail network.
Will scandal cripple the UAW, or transform it?
UAW dissidents see the situation as an opportunity for profound change. They're urging rank-and-file members to "take back" the union from leaders they claim are overly willing to comply with employers' requests.
Jenny Wegner, a fourth-generation owner of the oldest Buick dealership in the U.S., died Feb. 4. She was 62
Dodging a bad review, Subaru fell into awd country
In 1969, Consumer Reports gave the Subaru 360 a rare designation: "not acceptable." Oh, and the magazine also called it "the most unsafe car on the market."
Changes grip embattled GKN
GKN has changed CEOs, embarked on a two-year profit drive and now is battling a hostile takeover -- all while launching its advanced eDrive technology.
Tesla delays, tax credit concerns spur sales of Chevy Bolts
Some potential buyers of Tesla's long-delayed Model 3 are concerned that they will miss out on federal tax breaks and are looking for alternatives such as the Chevy Bolt.
Commerce Department recommends import tariffs on aluminum, steel
The Commerce Department recommended that President Donald Trump impose a significant range of tariffs and quotas on imported aluminum and steel.
Ivanka Trump talks about lending issue with Pa. dealer
Do auto retailers befuddled by the Military Lending Act clarification now have the ear of the White House? Pennsylvania dealer Corina Straub Diehl thinks so.
Ghosn pledges 'irreversible' Renault alliance with Nissan
Carlos Ghosn pledged to cement Renault's partnership with Nissan and Mitsubishi, saying the companies will come up with a plan in the next few weeks to make the alliance "irreversible."
VW staff are unconvinced of culture change
Almost two-thirds of VW employees in Germany see no improvement in the automaker's corporate culture nearly two and a half years after its diesel emissions fraud was revealed.
Toyota design chief sees future without mass-market cars
Toyota's new design chief believes that vehicles will shift towards either generic boxes on wheels for everyday use or ultra-luxury cars, wiping out the need for mass-market models.
Toyota promotes female executive to top management level
Chika Kako is a rarity in Toyota's upper echelons. Last month, she was promoted to the second-highest job at the luxury Lexus division, becoming the only woman among the automaker's top 53 managers.
Ghosn to serve 4 more years as Renault CEO
Renault's board proposed the renewal of Carlos Ghosn's post as CEO for another four years and appointed Thierry Bollore as COO.
Tesla's China dream threatened by standoff over Shanghai factory
Tesla is in danger of being relegated to an expensive niche in China because Elon Musk can't clinch a deal to open a factory there.