Sales fell at General Motors but were up at Ford and Chrysler in September, an odd month that appears likely to snap a 27-month streak of gains for the U.S. auto industry.
GM and the U.S. Army have agreed to expand their collaboration in the development of hydrogen fuel cell technology.
Kia Motors and its fleet of parts suppliers is getting even bigger, with Hyundai Dymos building a $35 million plant in West Point, Ga., that eventually will eventually employ 350.
Italian automaker Fiat SpA has pushed its U.S. relaunch of the sporty Alfa Romeo brand back again till spring 2014, a Fiat spokesman said.
It's hard not to feel like a possum about to go SPLAT! when you stand in front of the grille of the new 2014 Chevrolet Silverado. The full-size pickup has that kind of visual impact.
Japanese automaker Honda kicked off construction of a new transmission plant in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato, a facility that will have an initial investment of $470 million and create 1,500 jobs.
Chrysler Group LLC has temporarily scaled back production of the new Jeep Cherokee, laying off about 500 employees, the company confirmed early Monday.
Volkswagen announced it is ending production of its iconic van later this year.
The automotive industry is big on turbocharged engines for improved fuel economy, and Ford says it sees a day when every vehicle is a hybrid, electric or turbocharged.
The annual Edmunds.com list of best used cars gives Honda, Toyota and Ford top marks for "reliability, safety, value and availability."
The Department of Energy will auction $168 million in debt Fisker Automotive owes U.S. taxpayers in exchange for what should amount to a controlling stake in the company, the DOE announced Wednesday.
The Chattanooga assembly plant is the top contender to build a new Volkswagen sport utility vehicle, a VW company official said.
A top General Motors executive says company engineers are working on an electric car that can go 200 miles per charge and cost around $30,000.
A top General Motors Co. executive says company engineers are working on an electric car that can go 200 miles (320 kilometres) per charge and cost around $30,000 U.S. Vice-President of Global Product Development Doug Parks wouldn't say when or if such a car will be built.
lthough sales of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) to date have not met the expectations of automakers and government officials, the market is expanding rapidly in North America as the vehicles become more widely available.