U.S. recall process still in need of its own fixDec. 4
Three years after massive recalls engulfed the auto industry, the process for finding vehicle owners and completing the necessary repairs remains disjointed at best, with few reforms to protect the public when the next major vehicle safety crisis hits.
Signs point to VW plugging its electrics into Tenn. plantDec. 9
IIHS top safety picks dwindle under new criteriaDec. 7
M-B aims to revive its CLS with 5th seat, V-6Dec. 4
Toyota will decide on new U.S. plant location in early 2018Dec. 4
BMW denies diesel cars have 'shut off' device to mask high NOx emissionsDec. 5
BMW denied allegations that engine management software shut off a system filtering emissions in some of its diesel cars. A German environmental group alleged that a 3-series diesel wagon emitted amounts of NOx seven times above the legal limit.
107-year-old Stelco, once seen as a relic, is stirring to lifeDec. 5
Automakers can begin applications for Takata restitutionDec. 4
Ohio firm eyes major steel plant in Michigan to serve automakersDec. 4
MagneRide risingDec. 3
Eight years ago, a little known Chinese venture stepped up to buy the chassis business from American parts giant Delphi. A jewel of a technology there has translated to global fortunes — and now the Chinese company is reinvesting in U.S. manufacturing.
Why the auto industry needs a new toolboxDec. 4
As the auto industry perches on the edge of a drastic technological disruption, its mechanical engineering prowess is no longer enough. The autonomous and connected future is going to require a new set of tools.