Korean Cars Pull Ahead of German Brands, Consumer Reports Says
As smarter vehicles become troves of personal information, get ready for coupon offers at the next stoplight.
Mercedes-Benz Confirms It Will Skip Detroit Auto Show in 2019
German rivalry heats up with BMW introducing X2, X7 utilities.
GM's Composure Contrasts With Car Suppliers Fretting Over Nafta
Ford will shell out $11 billion by 2022, Jim Farley, president of global markets, said at the Detroit auto show.
Trump Nafta Ideas Are `Lose-Lose-Lose' for Carmakers, Magna Says
Toyota to Hyundai Say Pump Brakes on Hopes of Robo-Car’s Arrival
A User’s Guide to the Dawn of Robot Driving
Mercedes Rides SUV Craze to Second Year of U.S. Luxury Dominance
The “point-to-point” ride-hailing system will incorporate Lyft’s app with Aptiv’s automated driving platform.
Subprime Auto Defaults Are Soaring, and PE Firms Have No Way Out
Self-Driving CEO Sees 2018 as Dawn of Robot Taxis, Delivery Cars
Second-place BMW trails by more than 30,000 autos year to date.
Sixt to Ramp Up Ride-Hailing in U.S. to Compete With UberBlack
There’s a growing rift in car debt.
Hertz Has Profitable Role to Play in Ride-Hailing, CEO Says
Tesla's Cash Burn of $1.4 Billion Exceeds Analysts' Forecasts
America's SUV Thirst Hits Luxury Carmakers With Hidden Hangover
O’Reilly Automotive Inc. forecasts same-store sales will be flat or up as much as 2 percent.
Uber is fielding bids for some assets of the subprime lending unit that it shut down.