Rivian engaged in early talks for U.K. factory, report says
The investment would probably include a large state-support package, but the U.K. faces competition from Germany and the Netherlands.
Hyundai's feat: Speedier battery charging
Hyundai Motor Group didn't cut any corners when it developed a new EV platform and charging system designed to beat all of its rivals.
Rogue, Outlander shine as alliance heroes
The Nissan Rogue and Mitsubishi Outlander rode to the rescue of the troubled Japanese automaking partners.
Sonic ponders EchoPark future
The nation's seventh-largest new-vehicle retailer said it is calling for a "review of strategic alternatives" for EchoPark.
Axle suppliers see boosted net profits and revenues in Q2
Dana and American Axle both posted profitable second quarters as they continued to recover from the pandemic-impaired results of 2020.
4 injured as Faulkner dealership near Philadelphia suffers tornado damage
A video taken by someone inside the store shows how the tornado severely damaged the showroom and vehicles.
Chip shortage hits Jeep Gladiator output
Jeep Gladiator production at Stellantis' Toledo, Ohio, assembly complex will be idled next week, making the No. 3 selling midsize pickup the latest casualty in the global microchip shortage.
Ed Morse acquires 2 Texas dealerships; Advantage Rent a Car owner buys store in Georgia
Here's our weekly roundup of some dealership acquisitions in the U.S.
Nissan seeks to lead Japan automakers with female manager goal
Nissan said it wants to increase its ratio of women managers in Japan to 13 percent by 2023, up from roughly 10 percent this year.
Porsche, Audi, VW brands flag chip risk in months ahead
VW Group's three top brands see a challenging third quarter as a lack of semiconductors continues to hit production.