You must have an Automotive Newssubscription to view the digital edition
Click here to subscribe
Ford is recalling 230,000 vehicles equipped with 1.6-litre GTDI engines because a lack of coolant circulation can cause the engines to overheat, cracking the cylinder head. About 22,000 are in Canada.
Ford said it will take a $295 million hit to its first-quarter earnings from two recalls announced Wednesday, one involving engines that could catch fire and the other involving a persistent door latch problem.
Ford will add $350 million in new investments at two Michigan assembly plants on top of previously pledged spending.
Ford is determined to avoid a glut of unsold cars and trucks piling up on dealer lots by trimming production - even if its vehicle volumes are relatively healthy compared to the rest of the industry.
Some Shelby GT350 Mustang owners are seeking class-action status for a lawsuit saying that the performance model is not the “hot rod” they wanted because the cars overheat and lose power.
Disgruntled Shelby GT350 Mustang owners are suing Ford in federal court for about $228 million, claiming the automaker sold them 2016 model-year performance cars that overheat and lose power.
Citing front-loaded product launch costs and engineering expenses, Ford said that much of the year-over-year decline it expects from its 2017 financial performance will occur in the first quarter.
Dianne Craig, Ford's new director of U.S. sales since Jan. 1, is hoping to bring some of the success she enjoyed as head of Ford's Canada division south of the border.
Dianne Craig, who has taken over as Ford's director of US sales amid rising incentives and cooling demand, expects to find answers to her challenges in the marketplace, not Dearborn.
Automakers face a new wild card in the form of EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, whose views on climate change and federal power challenge the foundations of the landmark deal they struck with the government in 2012.
President Donald Trump said his administration will reopen a review of Obama-era emissions mandates, welcome news for automakers that argue the strict standards are costly and out-of-touch with market realities.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne said he has "zero interest" in pursuing a merger with Volkswagen AG, despite bringing up the possibility earlier this month.
Ford said it's recalling nearly 6,000 2017 Mustang pony cars in North America, including almost 300 in Canada, with faulty left door handle springs.
Ford said it's recalling nearly 6,000 2017 Mustang pony cars in North America with faulty left door handle springs.
Ford is testing an ATM-like device that allows customers to request oil changes, alignments, transmission work or other services; drop off their keys in a secure storage bin; retrieve keys for a rental car; and pay for...
If General Motors' sale of its Opel and Vauxhall brands were an NBA trade, the commissioner likely would veto it for being too lopsided.
Ford is ready to embrace 3-D printing to produce parts for its race cars. Mass production for ordinary vehicles? Not yet.
Ford named former Microsoft and Salesforce executive Lynn Vojvodich to its board of directors, effective April 1. Vojvodich, 49, works with venture capital firms as an adviser to pre-IPO and startup companies.
GM and Honda named the top managers that will oversee their newly formed Fuel Cell System Manufacturing joint venture in Michigan.
The International Trade Commission launched an investigation into a patent infringement complaint against Ford that could prevent the automaker's Mexico-built hybrid electric cars from entering the U.S.
Since it launched 10 months ago, Ford Motor's FordPass app has been a learning experience for a manufacturer determined to expand into new mobility services.
Future fenders, intake manifolds and spoilers on Ford's race cars could soon be made entirely of 3-D-printed plastic.
Ford hopes Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson can boost sales at its service centers by convincing customers to choose Ford over third-party repair shops.
Ford's iconic Blue Oval turned into the Blew Oval after 50-mph wind gusts tore part of the sign from its perch atop the automaker's Glass House headquarters in Dearborn, Mich.
Get 24/7 access to in-depth, authoritative coverage of the auto industry from a global team of reporters and editors covering the news that's vital to your business.
Sign up today to get the best of Automotive News delivered straight to your email inbox, free of charge. Choose your news – we'll deliver.
Entire contents © Crain Communications, Inc.
Use of editorial content without permission is strictly prohibited. All Rights Reserved.