Car buyers in Europe have not fully embraced full-electric and electrified plug-in hybrid cars but that is changing as automakers start to launch more models to help meet tougher CO2 emissions reduction targets.
Automakers in Europe are scrutinizing their bottom lines in all areas as they prepare for headwinds swirling around legislation, new technology and global trade.
President Trump says European automakers can avoid tariffs on light vehicles if they build more plants in the United States.
Fiat Chrysler rejected an approach earlier this year from PSA to combine the two automakers, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Jaguar Land Rover won a legal victory and compensation after a court in China ruled that the Jiangling's Landwind X7 SUV was too similar to the Range Rover Evoque.
Volkswagen brand will offer a glimpse of what its largest full-electric SUV could look like when it debuts the I.D. Lounge at the Shanghai auto show next month.
Geely will invest more in new-energy vehicles and higher-end models after forecasting flat sales in 2019 due to uncertainty about domestic demand in China, which is struggling with slowing economic growth.
Volvo expects its margins on electric cars to match those of vehicles with combustion engines by 2025, CEO Hakan Samuelsson says.
Carlos Ghosn intervened to change Nissan's choice of a sales partner in India in an incident that is being investigated as part of the company's probe into what it calls "years of serious misconduct" by the automaker's former leader, sources told Reuters.
Hyundai Motor shareholders rejected demands for a special dividend and board seats from Elliott Management, dealing a blow to the U.S. hedge fund's campaign to shake up South Korea's second-biggest family-run conglomerate.
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