Tavares says promised savings and synergies gain value
An attempt to shorten years of litigation over GM’s bribery charges
Carmakers don’t expect to return to normal output for months.
What do suppliers think about their customers? Well, that answer—with a couple of exceptions—isn’t exactly a resounding hurrah.
Focus will be on small commercial vans, and maybe more
Strong pent-up demand coming out of the COVID-19 lockdown
Partner must address van market share worries this week
Expert from the Southwest Research Institute talks about EV batteries, motors and more
Mass returns not expected until at least September
FCA is making AWD available on the current Pacifica for those who want to get it right away
Highest-ranking official nabbed to date in 4-year-old probe
The time has come to take action
Deal comes as FCA and PSA tune the terms of their proposed merger
Carmakers juggle production, search for funding
Guilty plea expected next month as federal probe targets second ex-UAW president
Step eases supply chain bottleneck for other factories too
Carmakers scramble to reassign cars made for fleets
Big Three aim for U.S. factory relaunches on May 18
Don’t forget that not everyone owns a private vehicle when you’re bringing people back to work
United Auto Workers says May 4 is too soon to resume auto production. The Union wants more testing to ensure safe workplaces.