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Chrysler SEMA Concepts Hint at Niche Products to Come

The Dodge Challenger T/A concept is a 485-horsepower beast that the maker is displaying at the SEMA show.

Former Ford PR Boss Charges Maker Tapped Phones, Car

Former Ford PR Executive Jason Vines alleges the automaker bugged his phones, office and car in his new book.

Honda Cuts Executives’ Pay after Fit Recall

The new Honda Fit cost the maker's CEO $70,000. Many executives have incentives tied to the performance of the company they work for, but in Honda’s case, senior executives are being docked some pay after the maker’s subcompact Fit was recalled for the fifth time.

Takata’s Troubles Don’t End with Faulty Airbags

Takata's problems are bigger than the 7.8 million vehicles recalled due to its faulty airbags. The Japanese auto supplier at the center of a massive recall of due to potentially explosive airbags, Takata Corp., is also mired in a criminal price-fixing investigation by the Department of Justice.

After Gloomy Forecast, Ford Earnings Narrowly Beat Expectations

Ford CEO Mark Fields with the 2015 Edge, one of the models critical to turning around its earnings slump.

Audi Adds 850,000 Vehicles to Growing Airbag Recall List

The Audi Allroad is one of the models listed in the new recall, along with the A4 and S4. Audi is the latest automaker to warn consumers about potentially defective airbags, though the maker says the defect it has discovered on some of its smaller A4 models is not linked to the problem that this week led to an unprecedented recall warning by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Fisker’s Back! Makes Return at L.A. Auto Show

Fisker founder Henrik Fisker is debuting a new muscle car at the L.A. Auto Show next month. Less than two years after stepping down from his namesake company, Henrik Fisker is stepping back onto the automotive stage by joining forces with a California-based mega-dealer to produce the “Ultimate American Muscle Car.” Danish designer Fisker is teaming with Galpin Motors in a pair of back-to-back vehicle debuts at the L.A.

New Ford Crash System “May” Spare Pedestrians

Ford workers prepare a mannequin for testing the maker's new pedestrian alert system. Ford Motor Co. will launch a new collision warning system that it says “may” prevent the pedestrian crashes that have become a growing problem on U.S.

Daimler Reports Mercedes Expected to Hit Sales Record

Dieter Zetsche said Daimler's Q3 profits were due in large measure to strong sales by Mercedes-Benz. Daimler AG used a surge in sales of new Mercedes-Benz models to boost its revenue by 10% in the third quarter despite the soft global economy, which the company expects to slow further by the end of the year.

NHTSA’s Friedman Apologizes for Takata Snafu

David Friedman, NHTSA's deputy administrator, apologized for underreporting the number of vehicles equipped with faulty Takata airbags by 3.1 million cars.

GM Earnings Beat Expectations

GM CEO Mary Barra is offering a positive assessment of the maker's third-quarter earnings. Battered by recalls and facing challenges in markets as diverse as China, Russia and South America, General Motors nonetheless managed to beat expectations with its third-quarter earnings report, though revenues fell short.

Mini Latest to Admit Mislabeling MPG

The Mini Cooper's mileage numbers have gotten a downgrade from the EPA. Mini has become the latest in a line of automakers who have had to admit they were overstating their fuel economy numbers.

Pumped Up Mustangs Roaring into SEMA

Galpin Auto Sports is celebrating 50 years of the Mustang by putting a 5.0-liter V8 developing 725 horsepower into its SEMA show car.

GM Goes Solar

GM continues adding solar arrays at plants around the world. The maker announced it's adding an array at its Lordstown, Ohio, facility.

Scion Teases New Concept for LA Auto Show

Scion is bringing a new concept to the L.A. Auto Show next month and this is just a small peek at it.

Jaguar Land Rover Opens First Overseas Plant – in China, of Course

A Range Rover Evoq moves down the assembly land at JLR's new assembly plant near Shanghai. That “veddy” British automaker, Jaguar Land Rover, is looking a little less Anglo-Saxon every day.

NHTSA Increases Takata Airbag Warning to Cover 7.8 Million Vehicles

Three Subaru models, including this 2003 Outback, were added to the recall warning list. Federal safety regulators bungled their first attempt to warn owners of 7.8 million recalled vehicles equipped with airbags produced by Takata Corp.

Double Setback for Tesla

Daimler is planning to unplug from Tesla - at least in terms of its 4% equity stake. Already hammered by a slump in its stock price, Tesla Motors has been hit by two more setbacks.

Green Car Finalists Announced

The BMW i3 is one of five cars up for the 2015 Green Car of the Year award at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

NHTSA Set to Expand Unprecedented Airbag Recall Alert Covering Nearly 5 Mil Vehicles

More than 2.8 million Hondas, including the 2003-2011 model year Element, are part of a recall involving Takata airbags.