Under an agreement with Autoliv, one of the world’s top airbag and seat belt makers, the two companies will establish a North America road safety research lab in the north China city of Baoding.
Fiat Chrysler U.S. sales chief Reid Bigland's lawsuit against the automaker will remain in Detroit after a judge denied a motion from FCA to move the case to Delaware. Bigland says he was a scapegoat for sales practices that led to the automaker paying $40 million.
Peugeot has already aligned its vehicle production to meet the EU's tougher CO2 emissions target for 2020, said Jean-Philippe Imparato, the brand's CEO.
Automobili Pininfarina's new sales chief, Jochen Rudat, joins the company after spending nearly 10 years with Tesla where his last job was director for central Europe.
Skyports will demonstrate the vertical take-off and landing station this month in the city state using electric aircraft from Germany’s Volocopter.
Swedish power group Vattenfall, which has launched a push to become a leading player in the fast-growing market for EV services, won an order from Norway's biggest dairy group to run charging stations for employees' and customers' electric vehicles.
Jorge Solis joins the Chinese-Belgian transmission supplier after the death of longtime Punch CEO Cor van Otterloo.
The former Nissan boss, barred from leaving Japan as he awaits trial on financial misconduct charges, spends his days convening not only with lawyers but also with his personal trainer.
Japan seeks to thwart the downward spiral of global auto shows by making this year's Tokyo show, well, less of an auto show.
Silicon carbide semiconductors could help boost sales of EVs by helping to allay customers’ fears over limited battery range, the supplier says.
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