General Motors CEO Mary Barra says she's going to personally oversee the recall of GM cars that have a fatal flaw with their ignition switches.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally can cash in $5.9 million in company stock and was awarded additional stock worth $13.8 million at the current share price for his performance in 2013.
Chrysler is prepared to built its next-generation minivans in Windsor, Canada, for now.
Continuing to redesign its commercial trucks and vans, Ford unveiled its new F-650/F-750 medium duty trucks.
EcoMotors has formed a joint venture with a Chinese automaker that will allow the company to sell its small, clean diesel engines in the world's largest market.
The world's top automakers are sitting on a major wad of cash and managing that is a major concern among executives.
Jeep is introducing its first subcompact SUV, the Renegade, which is the cousin to the Wrangler.
Tesla Motors has set off wrangling among four states wanting to become the site of the electric-car maker's proposed "gigafactory" battery plant.
Chrysler's February sales rose 11 percent during a month when cold weather likely kept sales below expectations, while Ford and GM struggled.
The U.S. auto industry hopes this year to sell more than 16 million cars for the first time since 2007. In the face of falling sales, that could mean heavy incentives for consumers.
The Tesla Model S electric sedan is Consumer Reports' top pick in this year's automotive rankings, with the Toyota Prius getting the nod as top green car.
Luxury cars and fully loaded trucks are driving industry profits, but there are good, affordable new cars for buyers on a budget.
Luxury brands scored highest in Consumer Reports' annual automobile report card, while problems with infotainment systems continue to plague Ford and Cadillac.
General Motors faces tough questions as it grapples with a massive recall of models with faulty ignition switches and a new investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Electric automaker Tesla Motors is considering sites in Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas for a massive battery factory that would employ around 6,500 people.