Ford is cancelling its plans to build a new plant in Mexico to invest $700 million in Michigan to create more self-driving and electric cars. The move will create an estimated 700 jobs in the U.S.
The unstable subprime loans that cratered the housing market are making a come back in the U.S. auto market.
Women think attractive men are most likely to be driving a black Ford pickup truck, according to a new poll by Insure, an independent consumer insurance website.
Tennessee autoworkers have filed a second set of complaints alleging that Volkswagen’s corporate headquarters pressured employees to join the United Auto Workers Union.
General Motors has shied away from promoting the Chevrolet Volt in 2013 as the federal government begins selling off its final shares of company stock, a move one expert said may have been made to avoid reminding the public of the federal bailout.
Volkswagen (VW) workers are claiming that the United Auto Workers (UAW) union used ‘misleading tactics’ in its push to unionize a plant in right-to-work Tennessee.
Electric plug-in vehicles, such as the Chevrolet Volt, will achieve the affordability of a traditional car in 2020, but only if the government cements a $7,500 tax credit for the vehicles, a Congressional Budget Office (CBO) analyst said on Monday.
A trade agreement that has garnered broad support from a diverse array of organizations in the United States has drawn staunch opposition from labor unions and congressional Democrats.
Auto companies are expected to have sold 14.5 million new cars in 2012, a 13 percent increase from the previous year.
The Pentagon is buying Chevrolet Volts to help “green up” the military—while propping up sales of the bailed-out automaker’s most politicized car.