Tiger Global Boosts Fiat Chrysler Stake to Become No. 2 Investor
Fiat Plans to Build New Jeep at Idled Detroit Engine Plant
White House is looking to whittle down a $30 billion automotive-trade deficit with Germany by increasing production in the U.S.
BMW Is On Verge of Adding Automakers to Self-Driving Consortium
Mercedes-brand sales rose 0.6 percent to 31,022 in November compared with a year ago, almost doubling lead over BMW year-to-date.
Killing Cars Pays: Fiat Chrysler Bucks Slowing U.S. Auto Market
Nissan Motor Co. may be a smaller player in the U.S. auto market without its longtime leader Carlos Ghosn.
BMW and Honda SUVs Score #MAGA Points: L.A. Auto Show Update
Volvo CEO Says Making Money Off Driver Data Is ‘Wrong Approach’
Higher vehicle levies will take a $339 million bite out of 2018 earnings, says BMW’s CFO.
Two of the biggest stories at this week’s Los Angeles auto show will be the no-shows: Nissan’s Carlos Ghosn and GM’s Mary Barra.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened an investigation on trucks and SUVs after receiving 111 complaints.
Elon Musk Reopens Door to Daimler With Vow to Inquire on Electric Van
Black Friday Is Breathing Life Back Into the 0% Auto Loan
How Companies Get You to Pay More for the Same Product
BMW Is Holding Sale Talks for Its Branded Credit-Card Unit
Volvo Rips Up Production Plans in Effort to Dodge Trade War Tariffs
Fiat Should Mull Selling Europe Business, Investor Urges Board
Einhorn thinks the third quarter was the high-water mark for Tesla, since sales of pricier Model 3 sedans will wane ahead.
Investors call for creation and release of a plan to refresh the board and for timelines to be set for some directors to leave.
Automakers Are Raking In Cash Even as U.S. Market Slows