BorgWarner eTurbo Promises to Eliminate Lag

Three times the boost, 50% less time-to-torque


Jeep Diesels Face Ban in Europe

Jeep faces a partial sales ban in Europe unless it fixes diesel-powered Grand Cherokee SUVs that evade emission regulations.


Spacebreaking Designs

Lexus envisions lunar travel

Autonomous Vehicles

Valeo Whets Appetite for Robo Deliveries

Integrates current technologies into concept with Chinese partner


Owners Claim Tesla EVs May Accelerate Unexpectedly

Are Tesla electric cars spontaneously zooming off on their own?


Audi: No Plans to Ditch Cars

Sedans, coupes, convertibles and wagons will continue to be part of global lineup


Mercedes Defends Sales Crown, Again

Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz brand is still the global sales champ among luxury car brands.


Hopes Fizzle for Expanded EV Credits in U.S.

Congress has balked at expanding a long-running tax credit for buyers of electric cars in the U.S. It's bad news for Tesla and General Motors.


2021 Escalade Gets Giant OLED Display

If big screen picture quality is your thing, then the 2021 Cadillac Escalade may be the ultimate living room on wheels.


European Demand Delays Mercedes EV in U.S.

Mercedes is pushing back the launch of its electric-powered EQC to early 2021, one year later than previously planned. 


Caddy ICE Age Coming to an End?

The bulk of Cadillac’s lineup—and perhaps all of it—will consist of electric vehicles by 2030, the company says.


Making a Case for Air Taxis

Vertical takeoff and landing aircraft promise to cut commute times. 


Foreign-Brand Sales Climb 6% in U.S.

U.S. deliveries of foreign-brand passenger vehicles rose 6% to more than 788,000 units in November.


Car Dealer Touts Multi-Brand Subscriptions

 Ohio car dealer Bernie Moreno is betting on a multi-brand luxury subscription service.


Germany’s Auto Jobs Boom Collapses

The German auto industry, which has been steadily hiring more workers for a decade, has shifted to shrinkage mode.


Mercedes to Skip New York Auto Show

Daimler AG’s Mercedes-Benz unit has decided not to participate in next April’s New York auto show.


Daimler Will Cut at Least 10,000 Jobs in 3 Years

Daimler AG says it will reduce its global workforce 3% or at least 10,000 jobs by the end of 2022.


BMW Reaches Labor Deal to Cut Bonuses

BMW AG and its unions have agreed to a plan that will reduce bonuses paid to hourly workers in Germany, beginning next year.


Audi Will Cut 9,500 Jobs in Electrification Push

Audi AG says it will shed about 15% of its current workforce in Germany by 2025, eliminating as many as 9,500 positions in an effort to help pay for its shift to electrified powertrains.


Unions Balk at Audi’s Job Cuts Plan

Audi AG’s goal of trimming its workforce in Germany by 4,000-5,000 people is running into expected resistance from the company’s works council.


VW to Launch Software Unit in January

Volkswagen AG will formally launch its Car.Software business as an independent unit on Jan. 1.


Mercedes Electric

Yes, its EV SUV is coming. But isn’t this a bit. . .late?


Audi Confirms Battery Talks with BYD

Audi AG operations in China confirm the company is in talks to supply its electric car output in China with batteries from local EV maker BYD Co.


Engineering the 2020 Lincoln Corsair

These are the elements that make up both a promise and a bill of materials.