Tesla shares salvage a gain despite deal-funding doubts
Tesla shares, after slumping much of the day toward a fifth straight decline, ended Monday on the plus side despite fresh doubts about Elon Musk’s effort to take the company private.
Nissan to boost China production capacity by 40%, report says
Nissan plans to invest about $900 million to boost vehicle-making capacity in China by 40 percent by 2021, part of an $8.73 billion strategy to become a top player in the world's largest auto market.
Report: Saudi fund also in talks to invest in aspiring Tesla rival Lucid Motors
PIF and Lucid Motors have drawn up a term sheet under which PIF could invest more than $1 billion in Lucid Motors and obtain majority ownership, sources told Reuters.
Elon Musk says changing his way of working not an option
Tesla's CEO sees no option but to keep working at his current relentless pace, no matter the deepening concerns of board members and investors about his health and stability.
Just give them a choice
Lexus global president Yoshihiro Sawa says electric vehicles will not suit everyone and buyers will need choices.
A hint of Infiniti's electrified future
Infiniti will unveil its Prototype 10 concept car tis week in Pebble Beach.
Checking Honda's Passport
Honda's revived Passport crossover has been spotted road testing in California.
Sergio's way is the highway
For a few days, a street in Toledo was dubbed "Sergio Marchionne Way", in honor of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO who died July 25.
EPA staff concerns may fuel critics of rollback proposal
A document detailing EPA staff concerns provides fodder for legal challenges to the Trump administration's proposal to roll back federal fuel economy standards.
Ford and Argo AI achieve mutual respect
How are Ford Motor Co. and software partner Argo AI from Silicon Valley getting along as they prepare Ford's first autonomous vehicle for a 2021 deployment?
Ford estimates train station renovation to cost $750 million
Ford anticipates spending $740 million turning an abandoned train depot in Detroit and several neighboring properties into an urban technology campus, but it's seeking tax breaks and other incentives to cover at least a third of that amount.
McLaren prepares to go electric, but don't expect an SUV
McLaren is preparing for electrification — but stands by a flat no to SUVs.
GMC'S entry-level crossover moves closer to production
GMC's new baby crossover has been spotted undergoing road tests in Arizona.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Those who fill car vacuum will win
In a letter to the editor, a reader says Ford's decision to move away from the sedan leaves a vacuum others can fill.
Where Hyundai's N brand goes from here
Hyundai plans to launch at least two more N performance cars and could eventually develop an electrified version as it aims for a sportier image.
Hyundai's N line gets a running start
Encouraged by the promising start of its performance line in a demanding European market, Hyundai hopes its upcoming Veloster N sports car can raise its perception among U.S. buyers.
Number to Watch
General Motors estimates a $1 billion dollar increase in its 2018 material costs, with tariffs contributing to a number that is double its earlier forecast.
Johnson Controls ponders fate of its battery business
JCI has given itself until November to decide whether to spin off its battery business, sell it outright or keep it.
JDA envisions more predictive supply chains
JDA Software is working toward a day when auto company supply chains will be nimble enough to predict what customers want.
China's EV startups: Boom or bubble?
China has emerged as a global incubator for next-generation electrified driving and as a potent Silicon Valley rival. Some call it a boom, others a bubble. To understand the China EV craze, look no further than Byton.
Genesis' first crossover a year away
In 2022, Genesis plans to have a stand-alone network of dealers and a sufficiently diverse lineup of vehicles for them to sell as it seeks to take its place alongside the industry's leading luxury marques.