Porsche's 4-cyl. Macan tops expectations
Since arriving this summer, the four-cylinder-powered Porsche Macan has become 40 percent of the nameplate's mix, answering the question of whether U.S. customers would accept a four-cylinder engine in a Porsche. Many of the buyers are new to the brand.
Ford open to deals with Trump to keep jobs in U.S., Fields saysUPDATED: 12/2/16 5:43 pm ET - adds details
Ford is willing to work with Donald Trump to keep jobs in the U.S. if he puts the right policies in place, CEO Mark Fields said. Ford still plans to move its Focus compact and C-Max hybrid to Mexico from a Michigan factory, but the company believes it can work with the new president to encourage economic growth in the U.S.
Rolls-Royce previews first SUV as road testing begins
Rolls-Royce released pictures of the prototype that will be used to develop the brand's first SUV-styled vehicle due to launch in 2018. The prototype will now be tested under winter and desert conditions.
Denso to help study car-sharing technologies in Mich.
Mexican officials hail NAFTA as critical to U.S.
Mexican auto industry officials defended NAFTA as critical to U.S. economic competitiveness as they braced for talks between the Mexican government and Donald Trump's administration over the accord's future.
Adient to spend $75 million to buy, renovate new headquarters in Detroit
Trump plans to nominate Wilbur Ross to head U.S. Commerce Department
President-elect Donald Trump said today he plans to nominate billionaire investor and auto supplier executive Wilbur Ross as Commerce secretary and Todd Ricketts, co-owner of the Chicago Cubs baseball team, as deputy Commerce secretary.
Takata shares slump after influential day trader tweets he sold shares
Takata, finalizing a buyer after spurring record auto industry recalls, fell in Tokyo trading after a Japanese day trader told his more than 103,000 Twitter followers he sold shares in the airbag maker.
Akio Toyoda will head Toyota's EV division
Electric car startup Lucid plans $700 million plant in Ariz.
Delphi taps Intel for chips in self-driving technology
Delphi Automotive has formed a partnership with Intel Corp. to use Intel chips for a technology package being developed for self-driving vehicles. Late next year, Intel will start delivering computer chips to run Delphi's decision-making software .