The Hydrogen-Powered Car’s Big Setback
BMW's Muted Forecast in Step With Daimler Amid E-Car Stretch
BMW Joins List of Carmakers Probed for Suspected Diesel Cheating
It's a Good Thing Europe's Autonomous Car Testing Is Slow
As the auto industry prepares for an age of zero emissions, flashy coupes, gas guzzlers will pave the way.
BMW Mulls Offering Motorcycle Ride-Sharing in Congested Cities
Daimler Says Future Deals With Geely Hinge on China Partner BAIC
The battery-powered Jaguar model was developed 20 miles from headquarters.
Volkswagen CEO Predicts `Renaissance' for Embattled Diesel Cars
Donald Trump’s tariff threats get German automakers’ push back.
Li Shufu's Track Record in Sweden Eases Daimler Workers' Minds
How a German Court Case Could Accelerate Diesel's End: QuickTake
Car makers bow to pressure from the global #MeToo movement and banished their ‘Booth Babes’.
Diesel Faces Death Warrant After German Court Paves Way for Bans
Volkswagen Raises Profit Outlook in Emergence From Diesel Crisis
German Judge Sees `Clear Duty' to Meet EU City-Pollution Limits
Prosecutors Raid Homes of Ex-Audi Executives in Expanded Probe
U.S. Congress might investigate allegations on Volkswagen AG diesel cars being sold overseas with rigged software.
Daimler Throws Shade at Tesla E-Trucks Plan as Rivalry Heats Up
Software in Mercedes-Benz diesel cars might have been designed solely to pass emissions tests.
Tesla is growing even more quickly in Germany than electric-car sales generally.