Bernhard Kuhnt, BMW's North American CEO, has reason to be nervous about tariffs on his imported vehicles and parts. But his sales outlook remains optimistic.
Volkswagen brand is getting ready to launch the first of a new lineup of electric vehicles, the ID3 hatchback. Automotive News Europe spoke with the brand’s sales chief, Juergen Stackmann, about his hopes for the new EV range.
Incoming Daimler CEO Ola Kallenius is working on a cost-reduction program to reach profit margin targets that are threatened by global trade woes and ramp up issues at factories, a German business paper reported.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett told employees the automaker is entering the final stretch of job cuts it began last year, and by September it will have shed 7,000 salaried positions globally.
Automakers such as Volkswagen and Tesla cannot afford to lose focus in China, which looks set to remain the world’s No. 1 market for electric vehicles with sales expected to reach 2 million units next year.
Jaguar Land Rover reported its first profit in four quarters to raise optimism that the struggling automaker is starting to regain traction.
Fully autonomous vehicles for the masses may be decades away, but Volkswagen has launched an effort to ensure that people with disabilities can benefit.
Daimler executive Nicholas Speeks turned around Mercedes in China. Can he do the same in the United States?
Takao Kato, Mitsubishi's newly appointed CEO, says the automaker's low-volume U.S business requires a rethink in line with the parent company's new "small but beautiful" strategy, but he added that pulling the plug on sales in the region is "probably" not an option.
Germany is the latest country to approve the use of stand-up electric scooters on roads and cycle paths as automakers such as Volkswagen and U.S. startup companies race to roll out products.
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