Jaguar's former head of design, Ian Callum, 64, says he still has "15 years left of designing" in him. He has set up a company focusing on styling projects inside and outside the automotive world.
Key Daimler investors oppose Dieter Zetsche's elevation to chairman of the automaker's supervisory board, according to a report in a German business paper.
Toyota spent three years studying ground vehicles at the past two Olympics so it could improve transport at the 2020 Tokyo games. Now, it has unveiled its vision: Build a better golf cart.
Lotus's expansion under China's Geely may lead to the sports-car brand opening a second UK factory to meet production demands and targeting new markets by building higher-volume models, such as an SUV, in China.
Volvo said the new cost measures will start in the second half and run to the first half of 2020. The company is the latest automaker to warn that pricing pressure and tariffs arising from the China-U.S. trade war are denting profitability.
The Volkswagen Golf SportWagen and Golf Alltrack wagons are victims of growing crossover sales, which now account for more than half of VW volume in the U.S.
Tesla denies claims made in a CNBC report by current and former workers, who cited poor working conditions and quality shortcuts at the California GA4 factory.
Swedish bearings maker SKF forecast stable demand for in the third quarter despite a 13 percent fall in profit over the past three months and cited unexpected signs of improvement in the slumping Chinese car market.
The agreement is part of a push by global automakers to secure batteries for a growing number of electric vehicles amid capacity constraints and limited access to raw materials
Lotus has launched the full-electric Evija hypercar despite skepticism from rivals that the technology is not good enough to lure traditionalists away from their combustion-powered supercars. So why is Lotus so confident?
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