Mexico's auto sector is down but still kickingMarch 19, 2018
Trump's rhetoric and policies have put a dent in Mexico's auto industry over the last year, but the damage is far less than what some economic analysts on both sides of the border feared.
Mercedes adds more plans for Atlanta as new U.S. HQ opensMarch 15, 2018
Now that employees are ready to start moving into Mercedes-Benz USA's new $93 million headquarters in Atlanta, the luxury automaker is making another investment in the Atlanta market.
GM to make production versions of self-driving Cruise AVs in MichiganMarch 15, 2018
General Motors said it will build production versions of its self-driving Cruise AV car at its Orion Township assembly plant in Michigan.
Trump urged to take California's hands off wheel on emissionsMarch 15, 2018
California and the Trump administration are on a collision course over auto-efficiency regulations that could lead the White House to revoke the state's power to set its own limits on air pollution.
Free trade advocate Kudlow plunges into new role as Trump's warrior on U.S. economyMarch 15, 2018
Larry Kudlow, known for his outspoken support for free trade, wasted no time in showing Wall Street and Washington that he's ready to serve as an economic warrior for President Donald Trump.
Shanghai government says Tesla talks on track despite Musk outburstMarch 13, 2018
Talks between Telsa and Shanghai authorities over building a manufacturing plant remain on track, the city government said, easing concerns of a breakdown in negotiations after the EV maker's CEO criticized Chinese trade rules last week.
Tesla targeted by new UAW complaint with U.S. labor boardMarch 12, 2018
Tesla is facing another complaint from the UAW over allegations that it retaliated against workers involved in unionizing efforts at its factory in Fremont, Calif.
Tesla's production problems spawn a legion of Model 3 stalkersMarch 12, 2018
Tesla hysteria knows no bounds, especially when it comes to the Model 3 sedan. There's no shortage of stalkers hunting for one of the most elusive numbers in the auto industry -- Model 3 production.
Musk talks AI risks, Tesla's near-death experience at SXSWMarch 11, 2018
During a live Q&A at the SXSW festival in Austin, Tesla CEO Elon Musk discussed the potential dangers of artificial intelligence and recalled Tesla being two days from bankruptcy in 2008.
FCA minivan output resumes as strike ends at supplier ZF-TRWMarch 12, 2018
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on Monday resumed production of its minivans after striking Unifor workers at a major supplier ratified a new three-year contract.
Mexico relieved, still wary about NAFTA effectsMarch 12, 2018
The exemption of Mexico steel and aluminum tariffs was a lifeline for the renegotiation of NAFTA, but Mexican officials still fear issue could be used as a bargaining chip to force concessions.
Now, the industry's hunt for exemptions beginsMarch 10, 2018
Automakers and suppliers are hoping for tariff exemptions on various imported products they say are critical.