U.S. automaker General Motors said it would move its Asian headquarters from Shanghai to Singapore in 2014 to adjust to demand from emerging markets.
The Ford Mustang and Ford F- Series are officially the "Hottest Car and Truck" at the 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association show, Ford announced.
Scores of new jobs and hundreds of millions of dollars in investment at stake at Chattanooga's Volkswagen plant as the city anxiously awaits word on whether it will land assembly of a sport utility vehicle.
The three fires reported recently in Tesla Model S cars suggest the all-electric luxury sedan needs new shielding for the battery, experts say.
Toyota raised its annual profit forecast Wednesday, closing in on records as the weaker yen and growing sales in a healthy U.S. market sharply boost earnings.
Tesla Motors' stock tumbled 12 percent in after-hours trading Tuesday despite record sales of the electric carmaker's Model S sedans in the July-September period.
Tesla Motors took a beating on Wall Street after reporting its third-quarter earnings.
J Mays, who led Ford Motor Co.'s vehicle design team, is retiring at year's end.
With its redesigned Corolla compact and RAV 4 crossover utility vehicle drawing generally favorable reviews, Toyota is on pace to repeat as the world's best selling auto brand.
Detroit's automakers posted double digit gains in October, despite the government shutdown that temporarily displaced 800,000 workers and scared many others.
Chrysler Group LLC revealed 20 Mopar-modified show vehicles this week ahead of the 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas on Nov. 5-8.
Chrysler saw revenue increase by 13.5 percent from a year earlier, to $17.6 billion from $15.5 billion, on the strength of pickup truck sales.
Toyota's RAV4 is putting a new twist on what's next with an engaging social media extension of its "RAV4: Ready 4 What's Next" interactive marketing campaign targeting Hispanic consumers.
Chrysler's net income rose 22 percent in the third quarter as strong sales of the Ram pickup and Jeep Grand Cherokee paved over weaknesses elsewhere in the group's lineup.
The dominance of Japanese automakers in Consumer Reports' annual auto reliability ratings is giving way to two European automakers and one U.S. brand.