Auto production remains stalled by coronavirus epidemic
The viral commercial has paid off well for Jeep. Now’s your chance to own the sporty 4x4.
Another year of surprising ups and downs
Federal investigators creep closer to indicting former union presidents.
The little things can add up to provide comfort, convenience and functionality
Tougher headlight criteria reduce number of Top Safety Pick+ winners
Aging products. Slumping sales. Financial losses. A cloudy future.
Prosecutors circle closer to two ex-UAW presidents.
Carmakers are beginning to extend shutdowns across the country.
Looking back to look ahead: what 2019 sales could say about the market
GM, Ford and Chrysler emerge from a tough year
This year deliveries of cars and light-duty trucks in the U.S. will drop below 17 million units for the first time since 2014.
German show leaves town after a 51-year run as attendance plunges.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles wants a federal court to toss out claims by General Motors that it enjoyed special labor concessions by bribing United Auto Workers union executives.
Highly rated Uconnect system gets better
Proposed deal could help FCA in two big ways
Public rides with a fleet of self-driving Chrysler Pacificas to start soon on congested streets in rainy Shenzen
Daimler is the latest European carmaker to be sued by investors over its alleged use of illegal software to evade diesel emission tests.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is pushing to clear out some 70,000 vehicles nobody ordered by discounting them heavily and dumping them onto its U.S. dealers anyway.
PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles say two PSA platforms will carry two-thirds of all small cars made by the companies after they merge.