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Business

Car Sales Crash in Europe

78% drop in April as countries, carmakers post double-digit declines

Production

Coronavirus Auto Industry Roundup for May 15

Carmakers juggle production, search for funding

Business

Ex-UAW Chief Arraigned on Embezzlement Charges

Guilty plea expected next month as federal probe targets second ex-UAW president

Production

Tesla Plant-Opening Drama Ends

Officials grant an already-reopened plant permission to open...next week

Business

Waymo Bumps External Funding to $3 Billion

New investments will go toward people, tech and operations

Production

China Leads Auto Industry Revival

U.S., Europe and Asia will take longer, says LMC Automotive

Economics

Rental Companies Cancel New-Car Orders

Carmakers scramble to reassign cars made for fleets

Business

GM Dodges Financial Loss, But Not for Long

Industry’s results will get worse before they get better

Design

Designer of Original Mustang Dies at 87

Gale Halderman’s 1962 sketch won a Ford design contest that led to the original Mustang 

Business

Europe Eases Auto Sales Restrictions

But region takes a cautious approach to sales incentives

Economics

Pandemic Hits FCA-PSA Merger Terms

The terms of engagement are shifting as car sales swoon

Assembly

Final Assembly Plants Begin to Reopen in Europe

Carmakers are pilot-testing their health safety strategies.

Production

Carmakers Tiptoe Back into Production in Europe

The trickle will continue into early May.

Propulsion

Shakeout for China’s EV Market

Funding dries up as market demand swoons

Production

New Auto Industry Startup Target for U.S., Canada: Early May

Safety, supply chain, and sales are the big question marks for carmarkers as they consider production startup

Business

Canada Caught in the Middle in CO2 Rules Fight

Current regulations align with tougher standards

Production

Coronavirus Industry Roundup: April 3

Carmakers extend plant shutdowns, eye mid-April restarts

Design

Cars Without Coffee: Ralph Gilles’ Alfas

Sixth in a series. Yes, there are FCA vehicles in Ralph Gilles’ garage. But ones you might not think.

Sales

U.S. Car Sales Skid

Stay at home orders are keeping buyers away

Assembly

Production Outlook: A Tough Quarter, Then a Path to Recovery

Carmakers could surpass year-ago output by September

Interiors & Electronics

Inside Story on Seats: New Designs, New Tech

Here’s a look at some of the latest in seating developments for the industry

Production

Carmakers in a Quandary about When to Reopen Plants

It starts with worker safety, but there also is increasing uncertainty about demand

Business

GM and Ford Have a Lot of Loyalty

2019 customers show solid support for OEMs with Automotive Loyalty Awards

Production

Detroit Cancels 2020 Auto Show

The NAIAS venue will become a temporary hospital for Michigan’s rising number of coronavirus victims.