Tesla Short Seller Warns of `Massive' Supply-Chain Disruption
Will Anyone Go to Used-Car Dealerships in the Future of Driving?
VW Taps First American Chief in 25 Years to Spur Growth in U.S.
Can Neuroscience Teach Robot Cars to Be Less Annoying?
Jeep Preparing to Recall New Wranglers Over Frame-Weld Defect
Tesla delivered more Model 3s than all but four of the top sedans sold in the U.S., regardless of size or price.
Tesla said it delivered 83,500 vehicles in the third quarter, to suggest it’s climbing the ranks of the U.S. passenger-car market.
Ford Sales Drop More Than Projected a Year After Harvey Rebound
BMW CFO Says He's Still ‘Confident’ in China Despite Tariffs
Fiat Chrysler's New CEO Keeps Jeep While Forming His Top Team
Toyota’s Vision of Autonomous Cars Is Not Exactly Driverless
BMW iNext concept will go up against Audi E-tron, Jaguar iPace and Tesla Model X.
The last one will roll off the line from the company’s factory in the state of Puebla, Mexico, in July 2019.
The latest effort to fiddle with the ownership model includes pilot programs in Atlanta and California.
Daimler Shutters Van Plant Amid Hurricane Florence Evacuations
Volvo Cars Shuts Plant With Hurricane Florence Forcing Evacuations
The automaker has already said it has no plans to restart production elsewhere.
Daimler AG is emerging as a beneficiary of Amazon’s booming package-delivery needs as it orders 20,000 Mercedes Vans.
Premium Pickups Are Intruding on Luxury-Car Brand Turf in U.S.
CEO called off taking company private after 17-day dalliance.
Fiat’s trucks with eTorque system facing off against Chevy’s Silverado.