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Paris Motor Show Brings Big Launches – But Key Carmakers Absent

The battery-powered Opel Ampera-e will be one of the Paris Motor Show highlights. The 2017 auto show season officially gets underway this week with a media preview of the Paris Motor Show, one of the industry’s biggest and most widely watched events.

VW Investors Nervous as DOJ Ponders Criminal Case Fine

Volkswagen's investors are nervous about reports regarding the possible amount of the fine the U.S. Department of Justice may levy.

Fuel Economy Numbers Expected to Take a Hit in 2017

The popularity of large utility vehicles and pickups has caused the average fuel economy of new vehicles to dip this year.

Jeep Finds its Bearings with New Compass SUV

A "baby" Grand Cherokee? Jeep pulls the wraps off the all-new Compass SUV. Jeep is heading off in a new direction with the launch of the all-new 2017 Compass model.

GM, Hyundai/Kia Take Lead as NACTOY Narrows List of Year’s Best

The new Genesis G90 is one of four semifinalists from Hyundai and Korean sibling Kia. It’s been a busy year for the auto industry, with scores of new cars, trucks and utility vehicles making their debut.

September Sales Outlook Remains Stable Despite Cracks

A new sales forecast shows September auto sales expecting to be down slightly, but stable for the remainder of 2016.

NHTSA Reports Show Hundreds of Takata Airbags Ruptured

More than 650 Takata airbags exploded during tests after they were pulled from vehicles that were part of the recall.

Renault-Nissan, Microsoft Ink New Connected Car Deal

Renault-Nissan and Microsoft are teaming up to develop next-generation connected car technology. Renault-Nissan and Microsoft just inked a global, multiyear deal to partner on next-generation technologies that will advance connected driving experiences like navigation, mobile services and, ultimately, autonomous driving.

Strike Could Spell Problems for Hyundai

Inside a Korean Hyundai plant. Hyundai Motor Co. is facing a crippling, all-out strike for the first time in a dozen years, and the walkout at the maker’s Korean plants could soon impact its U.S.

GM Pact Approved by Canadian Workers

GM committed to invest its plant in Oshawa, Ontario, as part of the new deal. General Motors workers represented by Unifor ratified a new contract that includes pay raises totaling 4% during the course of the agreement, thousands of dollars in bonuses and $420 million in investment by GM in its Canadian operations in Oshawa, St.

UAW President Vows to Block Trans-Pacific Partnership

UAW President Dennis Williams said the union will fight the approval of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Cadillac Offering Low-Volume Dealers Buyouts

Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen has warned it will take time to rebuild the brand's momentum. Weeks after telling its 925 dealers in the U.S.

Uber Making Rides Safer with Selfie Security

Uber is now using facial recognition software to ensure the driver picking up riders is actually the driver on the Uber profile.

VW Hints at Design of Upcoming EV Ahead of Paris Debut

Volkswagen plans to take the covers of several electric vehicles at the Paris Motor Show next month, but released sketches hinting at what's to come.

Smart Plugs In with Next-Gen Fortwo Electric Drive

Smart's next-generation Fortwo Electric Drive, or ED for short, is coming to the Paris Motor Show. The Smart brand has long struggled to find a niche for its pint-sized Fortwo city car.

Chevy’s 2018 Equinox Comes with Mileage-Raising Surprise: A Diesel

The all-new 2018 Chevrolet Equinox borrows exterior design cues from other vehicles in the brand's line-up.

‘Anti-Union’ Out at VW’s Tennessee Plant

Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant is now a one-union facility as the automaker decertified the American Council of Employees.

Tesla Sues to Sell Cars in Michigan

Tesla is suing to sell its vehicles, perhaps in a Nordstrom's location, in the State of Michigan. In a move that came as a surprise to no one, Tesla Motors filed suit against several government officials in Michigan trying to sell its electric vehicles in the Great Lakes State.

Motor City Gains an Edge on Silicon Valley

As the Detroit automakers rebound, so too is the city, region and other business. Many, like FCA, are re-establishing a presence in the city.

Will Fuel Economy Rules Cost 1.1 mil Jobs – or Save Consumers Billions?

Sean McAlinden, lead author of a new study from the Center for Automotive Research, believes the current 2025 CAFE target will harm the auto industry.