Coronavirus Auto Industry Roundup: May 29

Production grows unevenly in U.S., Europe


VW Finally Okays Projects with Ford

Van, pickup truck and EV projects ready to roll


Ford Applies the Heat in Police Cruisers to Arrest Coronavirus

Bake for 15 minutes at 133°, repeat as needed


All Dressed Up Without the Go

Ford Adds ST-Line Appearance Package to Edge Lineup


Coronavirus Auto Industry Roundup: May 25

Production snags, sales trends roil the auto industry


How Ford Can Launch a New Mobility Company

Ford should become a true mobility leader. To do that, they should launch a company inside of Ford—one that will become bigger than the company that started it.


Ford Briefly Stops Production at 2 Plants After Workers Test Positive for COVID-19

Safety protocols get early test as industry relaunches U.S. production

Autonomous Vehicles

COVID-19’s Impact on Suppliers: Bankruptcy and Restructuring

The crisis of COVID-19 is exposing structural issues that were already under pressure from the looming juggernauts of electrification, autonomy, shared mobility and connectedness.


Car Sales Crash in Europe

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


Quick Updates, Fast Charging on Tap for Mustang Mach-E

Continuous improvements needed to gain foothold in fledgling EV market

NASCAR Returns

Harvick continues winning ways amid coronavirus protocols


Coronavirus Auto Industry Roundup for May 15

Carmakers juggle production, search for funding


Tesla Plant-Opening Drama Ends

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


Save the Environment, Drive a Jeep?

Making a case for adding green credentials to off-road performance


Coronavirus Auto Industry Roundup

Sales perk up in China as production nosedives in Brazil, Mexico


Going Back to Work—Safely, Honestly

Companies like Ford have created solid protocols to get things back up and running. But it depends on the honesty of everyone to work as intended.


Michigan Okays Auto Production Starting May 11

Step eases supply chain bottleneck for other factories too


China Leads Auto Industry Revival

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

Autonomous Vehicles

Cars Without Coffee: When A Vehicle Isn’t Driving Him, John Krafcik Takes the Porsche

Eleventh in a series. Yes, he knows about autonomous driving. But Waymo’s Krafcik loves cars you drive. And he’s also important in another way.


GM Dodges Financial Loss, But Not for Long

Industry’s results will get worse before they get better


Ford Shares Sensor Test Data for Autonomous Vehicles

Before being set loose on roads, self-driving vehicles need a comprehensive view of what they could encounter

Cotter on Cars (Old Ones, That Is)

The legendary Barn Find Hunter talks about how he finds those vehicles


Coronavirus Auto Industry Roundup for May 1

Factory relaunch schedules stretch out amid uncertainties


Ford Delays Robo-Taxi Launch

Coronavirus pushes plans back to 2022