Akio Toyoda: If we don’t change, we won’t grow
The upside of tax reform has made many automakers reluctant to put lobbying muscle fully behind a fight to preserve an incentive for a market that only represents 1 percent.
Hyundai is considering building the Tucson and Kona crossovers and a planned pickup at its sole U.S.
Ford’s top executive says cars aren’t going to disappear on tomorrow’s connected roadways — as long as their brainpower can keep up.
Workers at a Chinese-owned auto glass plant in southwestern Ohio voted heavily against union representation in a major blow for the UAW’s strategy to unionize foreign-owned.
Opel’s export push could mean vehicle production in PSA’s plants in China, Russia and Iran, and even sales in the U.S.
A longtime confidant of Henry Ford II, Miller helped modernize Ford Motor Co.’s management and financial controls before rising to president in the 1960s.
Continental expects “strong” profit and sales in the fourth quarter as carmakers’ accelerating embrace of electric and self-driving technologies boost orders at the company’s.
BorgWarner, benefiting from higher revenue and profits, raised its quarterly cash dividend 21 percent a share.
French engineering and r possibilities
A new auto industry is forming, triggered by a reimagining of the vehicle itself. New business models are coalescing. How will it all shake out? Our 5-part series, Redesigning the Industry, launches this week with contributions from the clairvoyant and from some very good guessers.
Much of what they have to say will shock you.