Volvo would be dead if it weren’t for a formerly obscure Chinese billionaire named Li Shufu.
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Nissan Miss, Fiat Chrysler Beat Spurred in Part by Fleet Sales
Fiat Chrysler Aims for Better Margins Than GM on Way to Payouts
Tesla’s tense relationship with the U.S. boiled over with both sides accusing the other for the fatal accident.
Marchionne's Exit Puts Fiat Chrysler in Play for Big Merger Deal
Navistar Surges as VW CEO Change May Lead to Truck Unit Shakeup
Subprime New-Car Buyers Suddenly Go Missing From U.S. Showrooms
Nissan Slows Output After U.S. Demand Drop Led to Bloated Supply
New J.D. Power CEO Sees Growth Before IPO Jay Leno Won't Touch
Jeep Sales Grow With a Long Way to Go in `Incredibly Busy' 2018
VW Plans Second SUV at U.S. Factory as Trump Snipes at Germans
Volvo, Toyota Steering Clear of Questions on Uber Crash's Impact
Harley Braces for More Trump Trade Harm After His Pledge to Help
Trump Tweet Has Car-Dealer Group Warning `No One Wins' Trade War
Toyota said that the administration’s decision will “adversely impact” auto companies by raising costs of cars.
The U.S. auto market is supposed to be contracting, but it seems nobody told premium carmakers.
Fed Hikes Adding to Highest U.S. Car-Loan Rates in Eight Years
Jeep Surge Paces Fiat Chrysler's Better-Than-Expected U.S. Sales
Global Auto Sales Poised for Record, No Thanks to North America
Ford Will Pump Out More Profitable Big SUVs to Fund Its Future