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Production

Coronavirus Roundup: March 27

More companies idle plants, look for cash

Business

Coronavirus Roundup: March 24

A rundown on auto industry activity spurred by the coronavirus

Business

Six More Carmakers Join N. America Shutdowns

Driven by concerns about health—and now, sales – automakers are putting production on hold

Labor

Big Three Idle N. American Plants through March

A timeout to clean facilities and rethink production methods

Assembly

UPDATE: Detroit’s Big Three Ask Staffers to Work at Home

Global policies aim to combat coronavirus pandemic

Sales

Virus Crisis Hits Car Sales in U.S., Europe

A mess, but not as bad as in China

Business

Structural Fatigue Worsens for Renault-Nissan Alliance

Distractions keep piling up as partnership flounders

Economics

Italy’s Auto Industry Scrambles Over Nationwide Virus Lockdown

The world’s first nationwide quarantine tests carmakers

Business

PSA’s Tavares Named World Car Person of the Year

FCA merger, Opel turnaround lead list of accomplishments

Sales

U.S. Fuel Economy Hits All-Time High

Gains keep coming despite the boom in trucks and SUVs 

Business

Global Car Sales Forecasts Fall on Virus Fears

Clearer picture not likely for many weeks

Economics

China's Auto Industry Still in "Park"

Auto production remains stalled by coronavirus epidemic

Marketing

Bill Murray’s Super Gladiator—Groundhog Not Included

The viral commercial has paid off well for Jeep. Now’s your chance to own the sporty 4x4. 

Marketing

Porsche Jumps to Top of CR Best-Car Ratings

Another year of surprising ups and downs

Business

Ex-UAW Official Gets 28-Month Prison Term for Supplier Shakedown

Federal investigators creep closer to indicting former union presidents.

Business

Mazda, Subaru, Hyundai Group Top IIHS Safety Ratings

Tougher headlight criteria reduce number of Top Safety Pick+ winners

Sales

Wrong-Way Nissan

Aging products. Slumping sales. Financial losses. A cloudy future.

Legal

Still Another Ex-UAW Official Cops a Plea in Corruption Probe

Prosecutors circle closer to two ex-UAW presidents.

Production

Toyota Extends Plant Shutdowns in China

Carmakers are beginning to extend shutdowns across the country.

Batteries

A Tough Year for U.S. Carmakers

GM, Ford and Chrysler emerge from a tough year

Business

U.S. Car Sales to Slip Below 17 Million

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.

Composites

Vehicular Lightweighting: Path. Strategy. Endgame.

The automaker with the best solution for reducing weight will be the one with the clearest vision of the endgame and the strategy to get there.

Sales

C8 #1: First 2020 Stingray for Consumers Built

Yes, the wait is over: the team at Bowling Green is building 2020 Corvettes for consumers

Business

FCA Files to Dismiss GM Racketeering Claim

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.