Legislature will vote to override governor's veto of a bill that would help tire maker upgrade its plant ; if successful, it would be the first override in state history.
Phil Murtaugh appointed chief executive of Chrysler's Asian operations; global growth key part of automaker's recovery plan.
Automaker plans to increase production at Automobile Craiova to 300,000 cars and 300,000 engines, from about 24,000 cars and 116,000 engines in 2006.
Jim Press, who was with Toyota for 37 years, will run Chrysler's sales and marketing operations.
Automakers are trying to get rid of as many belt-driven components under the hood as they can to boost fuel economy.
Appeals court suspended Chairman Chung Mong-koo's three-year sentence for embezzlement, saying the tycoon is too important to South Korea's economy to go to jail.
Ford, Chrysler and Toyota report declines; GM goes against trend with 5.3 percent increase.
Target price of $2,400 could set new benchmarks and force other manufacturers to follow suit.
Official appealing three-year prison sentence for breach of trust and embezzling more than $100 million in company funds.
Trucks will be stationed at the Beijing Capital International Airport in preparation for the 2008 Summer Olympics.
EEStor promises 'technologies for replacement of electrochemical batteries,' meaning a motorist could plug in a car for five minutes and drive 500 miles.
Europe's second-largest carmaker details cost-cutting plan to improve profitability; working on entry level models targeted at China, Russia and South America.
Workers push for improvements for the beleaguered manufacturing sector days after General Motors announced 1,200 job cuts.
German automaker partners with India’s Sutlej Motors to build bus bodies on Mercedes-Benz chassis.
Automaker plans 2009 sales of 10.4 million vehicles — a number that would surpass General Motors record set 30 years ago.
Environmental Defense report says the auto makers reduced their impact on global warming while still maintaining sales and remaining competitive.
Doctors and activists urge agency to further tighten smog standards; business and industry groups lobbying to keep current limit.
Industrial production shrank 0.4 percent in July from previous month as a powerful earthquake dented auto production.
Canadian Auto Workers president says General Motors' plans to slash 1,000 jobs at Ontario truck plant are a shocking indication of what's to come.
Action part of Toyota initiative to align benefits at central Kentucky plant with other North American plants, where employees already pay premiums.
Automaker missed several deadlines to clean up soil and groundwater contamination at Sioux City property.
Settlement between auto parts supplier and United Steelworkers union was the last remaining labor dispute in company's bankruptcy reorganization.
Automaker's first U.S. factory to start up in fourth quarter 2009; industry observers suggested weak sales and overcapacity could delay scheduled completion.
Shuanghuan Auto said its CEO and Noble models aren't copies of BMW's X5 sports utility vehicle and DaimlerChrysler's Smart Fortwo minicar.