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Supplier CEO Suggests EVs May Hurt Automotive Jobs

Supplier CEO Suggests EVs May Hurt Automotive Jobs

Many automakers have been pushing to make big strides in their electric vehicle programs and no automaker has been more successful to this point with EVs than Tesla. There are plenty of upsides to electric vehicles, but they have their sticking points: limited range...
Faraday Future Coming Unplugged?

Faraday Future Coming Unplugged?

Faraday Future, start-up battery-carmaker, was hoping to make some big news next week at the annual Consumer Electronics Show – but the story may be quite a bit different than the California-based company had intended. The CES event is still expected to take place,...
Infiniti Unveiling QX50 “Concept” at NAIAS

Infiniti Unveiling QX50 “Concept” at NAIAS

It may be called a “concept,” but what you’ll see when the Infiniti QX50 debuts at the North American International Auto Show is darned close to what you’ll be getting in showrooms next year. Heavily influenced by the earlier Infiniti Sport Inspiration Concept, the...
Toyota Likely to Lose Global Sales Crown

Toyota Likely to Lose Global Sales Crown

When the final 2016 numbers are totaled next month, Volkswagen AG seems well-positioned to topple the automotive king-of-the-hill, replacing Japan’s Toyota Motor Co. as the world’s best-selling automaker, according to year-to-date sales figures and preliminary...
Justice Department Set to Smack Takata With $1B Fine

Justice Department Set to Smack Takata With $1B Fine

Takata may be moving to close another chapter in its troubled history with defective airbags by agreeing to a $1 billion criminal settlement. The deal with the Justice Department, according to the Wall Street Journal, would not halt the ongoing recall efforts. The...
Tesla Reaches New Deal with Panasonic

Tesla Reaches New Deal with Panasonic

As Tesla charges ahead with construction of its Gigafactory in the Nevada desert, it got a bit of welcome news: Panasonic Corp. is investing $256 million into its production facility. However, it’s the plant in Buffalo, New York, where Tesla makes photovoltaic cells...
Analysts Lower Ratings on GM, FCA

Analysts Lower Ratings on GM, FCA

With sales peaking, incentives climbing, oil prices rising and production cuts coming, 2017 is already shaping up as challenging year for the global auto industry. Some analysts have begun to scale back their outlook for the coming year, predicting that sales of new...
Ford Tripling Size of Autonomous Test Fleet

Ford Tripling Size of Autonomous Test Fleet

With a goal of launching its first completely driverless cars by 2021, Ford Motor Co. will triple the size of its test fleet next year, the automaker announced on Wednesday. The automaker offered a sneak peek at the next-generation Fusion Hybrid sedans it will use in...
Fiat Chrysler Offers Hint of CES Plans

Fiat Chrysler Offers Hint of CES Plans

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will unveil an array of new high-tech infotainment systems during the maker’s first-ever news conference at the big CES event in Las Vegas next week. FCA issued a statement detailing the new digital systems on Wednesday, technology that...
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