Mexican officials hail NAFTA as critical to U.S.
Mexican auto industry officials vigorously defended the North American Free Trade Agreement as critical to U.S. economic competitiveness as they braced for talks between the Mexican government and Donald Trump's incoming administration over the accord's future.
Next-gen Toyota Camry to debut in January at Detroit auto show
The next-generation Toyota Camry will debut in January at the Detroit auto show, Toyota confirmed today. Toyota released a teaser image of the 2018 Camry that shows a sedan with sportier styling than the current generation.
Volvo picks McDonald's exec as first chief digital officer
Volvo has named Atif Rafiq its first chief digital officer, luring the longtime Silicon Valley executive from McDonald's, where he built the fast food giant's digital unit from scratch. Rafiq, who starts Jan. 2, will succeed Klas Bendrik.
China slaps 10% tax on ultraluxury vehicles
Honda prices retooled 2017 CR-V from $24,925
Honda's redesigned 2017 CR-V will go on sale next month with a price tag remarkably similar to the outgoing model. The fifth-generation CR-V will hit dealers on December 21 with a starting price of $24,925 for the base LX model, a $200 increase over the older 2016 version.
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.
Safety groups challenge NHTSA on automatic-braking pact
Auto safety and consumer advocacy groups have sued the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in a bid to force the agency to decide whether to require automatic braking systems on all new light vehicles.
EPA jolts industry, affirms CO2 standardsUPDATED: 11/30/16 4:09 pm ET - adds details
The EPA proposed to leave in place its greenhouse gas emissions standards for light vehicles through the 2025 model year, a quicker-than-expected move that shocked auto industry officials and set up a major fight between the industry and regulators.
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.