With its three Super Bowl commercials, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles logged a performance that will be talked about as inspirational and hotly debated.
Ford is adding 350 jobs at the Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville because it can't make enough F-Series Super Duty pickup trucks to keep up with demand.
Ford has joined a long list of companies signing an Obama administration pledge to remove barriers that may keep unemployed job seekers from applying or being hired.
Honda's quarterly profit doubled from a year earlier as sales got a big perk from a weak yen.
Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne announced that all salaried and hourly workers in the U.S. will be getting a performance award or profit-sharing checks based on the company's performance in 2013.
Ford reported $3 billion in net income for the fourth quarter and will pay a record $8,800 in profit sharing to its 47,000 UAW workers.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said Wednesday its new corporate headquarters will be in the Netherlands, though bets had been on the U.S. or Italy.
Chrysler and Fiat will go forward together as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, but hasn't yet announced whether its headquarters will be in the U.S. or Italy.
New General Motors CEO Mary Barra plans to attend the State of the Union address as a guest of first lady Michelle Obama, a month after the company shed its government ownership and two weeks after becoming the first female CEO of a major automaker.
Ford Motor enjoyed one of the best years in its history in 2013, but has already warned that profits will be down in 2014 as it launches a record number of vehicles and builds seven plants around the world.
Honda has become the first Japanese automaker to export more cars from the U.S. than it imported.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is probing the brakes on Toyota Camry gas-electric hybrids sold in 2007 and 2008.
The Lincoln Navigator, a hulk from the days of bling and cheap gas, is getting a fresh face with more than 20 upgrades, bigger wheels and an EcoBoost V6 engine.
Tesla Motors has announced a $121,000 sticker price for its Model S electric sedan in China, despite estimating it could charge twice as much.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety said only one minicar out of 11 passed its overlap front crash test.