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New Nissan Note Is First Self-Cleaning Car

By creating a protective layer of air between the paint and environment, Nissan's "self-cleaning" technology keeps water and road spray off the car's surface.


Taxpayers Lost More on GM Bailout Than First Thought

The federal government posted a deeper loss than initially recorded on the General Motors bailout, according to a Treasury Department report released on Wednesday.


Feds Want to Increase Safety Recall Fines

Automakers that fail to respond to vehicle defects could face a substantial increase in fines being proposed by the Obama administration.


Volkswagen Profit Rises 22 Percent

Volkswagen Group's first-quarter operating profit surged 22 percent to $3.97 billion, the company reported on Tuesday.


Toyota Motor Moving U.S. Base to Texas

Toyota is moving its U.S. headquarters from California to Texas to get closer to its Midwest assembly plants and improve communication between units now spread over several states.


GM CEO Pay Could Top $14 Million

General Motors CEO Mary Barra can earn about $14.4 million for 2014 if the company meets certain goals.


Google: Driverless Cars are Mastering City Streets

Google says its self-driving cars have turned a corner and is starting to handle city streets.


Five Facts About Google's Self-Driving Cars

Google's self-driving car project has gone to the next phase: Trying to master driving on the city streets.


Ford Has Profitable Q1 but Down From 2013

Ford Motor reported a $989 million profit in the first quarter, down 39 percent from a year ago as the automaker kicks off an aggressive year of product launches.


Ford's Profit Hits the Brakes in Q1

Ford Motor's first-quarter profit fell 39 percent as sales and revenue declined in North America, its most important market.


GM Posts Worst Quarterly Earnings Since 2009

General Motors says first-quarter profit fell 86 percent as a series of recalls dragged its earnings down, for its worst quarterly performance since it left bankruptcy protection in 2009.


Chrysler Tops Detroit Motor Vehicle Sales in January

Major U.S. automobile manufacturers released their January domestic sales data on Monday, with GM and Ford reporting poor results but Chrysler announcing a great month.


Ford Sales Slow, Chrysler Accelerates

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' sales increased 8 percent in January from a year earlier despite a deep freeze and multiple snowstorms, but Ford blamed the weather for a 7 percent drop in its sales for the month.


GM Sales Fall 12 Percent in January

General Motors says its U.S. sales fell 12 percent last month as harsh weather kept customers out of its dealerships in several regions.


Detroit Big 3 Score With Super Bowl Ads

With its three Super Bowl commercials, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles logged a performance that will be talked about as inspirational and hotly debated.


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