Auto Industry

Google's Driverless Car: 'All About Safety'

Google says its driverless cars are all about safety but with the technology can they make the car affordable?

Volkswagen Chief: New SUV to Boost U.S. Sales

Volkswagen's chief said today that a planned new sport utility vehicle is among new vehicles the automaker is counting on to grow U.S. sales.

Texas City OKs $6.75 Million Incentive Package for Toyota

North Texas officials have approved a $6.75 million incentive package for Toyota as the automaker prepares to move its U.S. headquarters from California to Texas.

GM Recall Reveals Gaps in Air Bag Knowledge

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is now scrambling to find out from other automakers and air bag suppliers how their air bags would function if the ignition switches cut out.

Missouri Bill Targeting Tesla Dead for Now

A Missouri lawmaker's bill that would block cars being sold directly to consumers may be over.

Volkswagen Has the Traction for Scania Squeeze-out

German automaker Volkswagen AG has enough shares to completely take over Swedish truck-maker Scania and move ahead with integrating its commercial vehicle business.

GM Sets Pricing for In-Vehicle Wireless Service

Buyers of new General Motors vehicles will soon have the option of adding an extra monthly charge or a onetime fee to connect laptops, smartphones and tablets to wireless hotspots.

Nissan Sales Growth Outpaces Industry

Nissan Motor's quarterly profit edged up nearly 5 percent on growing global sales and a favorable exchange rate.

GM to Make Limited-Edition Cadillac CTS Coupe

General Motors plans to produce a limited number of the 2015 Cadillac CTS-V coupe before transitioning to a redesigned lineup.

Chrysler Posts $690 Million Loss on Debt, Share Buyback

Chrysler reported a major loss in the first quarter because of the cost of repaying debt and repurchasing shares.

Tesla Alleges 'Sneak Attack' in Missouri Legislature by Auto Dealers

Tesla Motors, the California-based high-end electric car company, has positioned itself as a new kind of automaker. But this week in Missouri, it collided with an old kind of politics.

Fiat Chrysler Moving HQ to London

CEO Sergio Marchionne said the new headquarters for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will be in London, but that will have little impact on employment in Michigan.

Tesla $50 million Loss as Costs Rise

Despite revenue growing, electric car maker Tesla Motors reported a $50 million loss on higher development costs.

Big SUVs Deliver Timely Profits for General Motors

The arrival of redesigned full-size sport utility vehicles couldn't come at a better time for General Motors, delivering much-needed profits for the automaker.

Fiat Shares Drop on Financing Concerns

Fiat shares dropped 10 percent as investors expressed skepticism over a new business plan to launch Fiat Chrysler Automobiles as a leading global player.

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