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The union representing Chicago-area mechanics is encouraged by its new contract with local dealerships. The contract, signed Sunday, ended a seven-week strike.
Mahle Powertrain is ramping up new emissions test procedures to meet Europe's tougher standards.
Chinese supplier BeijingWest is building its first U.S. manufacturing plant, with room to grow, to meet North American demand.
The central information center of the automobile is going to be a gold mine at least for the next five years, IHS Markit says, with vehicle center stacks, instrument clusters and head-up displays accounting for more than $20.
Automakers want to add external optical features, including lighting, cameras, radar and lidar. And all those surfaces will have to be kept clean of dirt and debris to work effectively.
New vehicles will have more lights and cameras to keep clean with windshield fluid, but environmental concerns weigh on automakers and their customers.
Gmail's tough spam filters can make it difficult for well-meaning dealers to get through to their customers.
Vehicle-shopping website TrueCar narrowed its first-quarter net loss to $6.8 million while revenue surged 22 percent to $76 million.
American Axle posted record first-quarter revenue from non-General Motors customers as it begins to digest its recent acquisition of Metaldyne -- a move that will further reduce its GM dependence.
Law enforcement authorities in Massachusetts have identified the three people killed in a crash Wednesday at an auto auction in a Boston suburb.
Karma Automotive aired its first TV commercial on Sunday, ahead of the start of deliveries of the Chinese-owned automaker's $130,000 Revero car this month.
Gentex is expanding its vehicle-integrated toll payment system to Canada and Mexico from the United States, enabling motorists to pay tolls using their accounts on all North American toll roads.
Gentex is expanding its vehicle-integrated toll payment system to Canada and Mexico from the US, enabling motorists to pay tolls using their accounts on all North American toll roads.
Tower International said its first quarter net income more than doubled as sales rose slightly and the company avoided major costs it faced during the same quarter last year.
General Motors said it opened the Durant-Dort Factory One in Flint, Mich., after four years of restorations.
Ride- and emission-control systems supplier Tenneco said first-quarter net income rose 11 percent to $63 million.
Bigger profits and a positive outlook rang out from the quarterly earnings reports of several auto suppliers last week.
A new feature film about a day in the life of a car dealership resonated with some store employees who could identify with the long hours, the hypercompetitive atmosphere and the sense of camaraderie among stressed-out...
Visteon reported that its first-quarter net income more than tripled, reflecting higher electronics production volume and new business, as well as income from discontinued operations.
BorgWarner delivered strong first-quarter earnings driven by organic revenue growth, and the supplier said it is confident in continued market-share expansion.
Toyota Motor North America is recalling about 228,000 2016 and 2017 Toyota Tacoma midsize pickups in the U.S. because their rear differentials may leak oil.
Seating and electronics supplier Lear reported a 23 percent leap in 2017 first-quarter net income and stronger profit margins.
Superior Industries posted a 79 percent plunge in first-quarter net income to $3.1 million, saying it experienced higher costs and lower unit sales in the quarter.
The average cost of a vehicle repair in the U.S., including parts and labor, rose 2.7 percent in 2016 from 2015, after holding flat for the previous two years.
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