Stellantis adds more downtime at Illinois, Mexico plants
Operations at the plants will be idle the week of July 5 because of the continuing effects of the global semiconductor shortage. The plants , the Cherokee and Compass crossovers.
Ford technology chief leaving for Amazon
Ken Washington, who has been with the automaker since 2014, developed Ford's next-generation electrical architecture and other advanced technologies.
Nikola invests $50 million in Indiana hydrogen energy hub
The project will use solid waste byproducts — such as petroleum coke combined with biomass — to produce hydrogen
Renault-Nissan to downgrade Daimler partnership, report says
The partnership with Daimler has looked in danger of losing steam.
Volvo's electric XC90 to include lidar as standard equipment
The automaker is taking a sharply different road from rival Tesla, which has shunned lidar and radar.
Ferrari 296 GTB draws on new V-6, plug-in hybrid tech to reach new power levels
The rear-drive, two-seat 296 GTB is Ferrari's second plug-in hybrid and has an all-new V-6 engine.
Used-vehicle prices poised for peak in U.S. after pandemic surge
The bellwether of the industry -- the wholesale market where dealers buy and sell in bulk -- has already topped out and prices of individual secondhand cars should follow in a matter of weeks.
Stellantis, Russian partner to sell logistics company Gefco, report says
Dealership closures and delayed purchases by consumers during the pandemic have hit earnings at the transport company, which counts Ford, Toyota and Renault among its customers.
Redesigned QX60 debuts new Infiniti styling, tech
The overhauled three-row, midsize crossover, the luxurt brand's bestselling nameplate, features a more rugged, upright stance.
GM, Shell join forces to expand EV charging in U.S.
The automaker and a Shell-owned power company, MP2 Energy, are starting their joint project in Texas