Carmakers in 2019 are fielding a mix of models that’ll whet Americans’ appetite for trucks and sport utility vehicles over sedans.
Cadillac Takes Aim at Tesla With SUV Priced Below Model X
Detroit is in the grips of a car recession marked by the collapse of demand for traditional sedans.
Cadillac Chases Luxury's Top Players and Profits With New XT6
An event aimed at projecting excitement and innovation began with echoes of water crisis.
Mary Barra's Biggest Surprise Yet: Making GM's Profit Slowdown-Proof
GM Breaks From the Gloom With Surprise Forecast for Profit Gain
China Wants Elon Musk to Help Promote Stable Ties With the U.S.
Should General Motors Scrap Its Name? Morgan Stanley Says Maybe
GM's Cruise CTO Is Leery of Spinning Off From Car-Making Parent
Don't Be Fooled: The U.S. Auto Sales Party Is Coming to an End
Fiat Chrysler Carries Rare U.S. Auto Sales Momentum Into 2019
Position was vacated when Dan Ammann became chief executive officer of the automaker’s self-driving unit Cruise.
Chevy-Versus-Ram Price War Punctuates Dominant Year for Trucks
GM Offers Jobs to Most Hourly Workers Who Are Marked for Layoffs
Musk said he was willing to buy some of the five factories GM will idle next year, making him the second rival to step up.
Toyota Worries Trump's Proposed Tariffs Could Undercut Car Sales
Killing Cars Pays: Fiat Chrysler Bucks Slowing U.S. Auto Market
Brace Yourself, Trump: These GM Car Plants Also May Be at Risk
GM President Leaves Automaker to Lead Its Cruise Unit
GM’s Barra willing to cut staff, vehicles and business areas that aren’t delivering decent returns.