Automaker is giving hourly workers at 17 facilities another round of buyout and early retirement offers in an ongoing effort to match production with slumping sales.
Visionary Vehicles' lawsuit accuses China's Chery Automobile of defrauding the company after the two formed a joint venture to import Chinese cars to the U.S.
Germany's Schaeffler KG adjusted its takeover offer for larger auto parts maker Continental AG, citing a new calculation of the bigger company's recent average share price.
World Trade Organization agreed with the U.S., EU and Canada that China was breaking trade rules by taxing auto parts imports at the same rate as foreign-made finished cars.
Volkswagen said it achieved record global sales in the first half of the year on strong demand in India, Russia and China, delivering nearly 3.3 million vehicles.
Battered by rising oil prices and anxious creditors, Blue Water Automotive Systems says it could go under within 90 days.
Robert Bosch GmbH says 81 workers at its Bamberg plant were taken to hospitals following an apparent chemical accident at its car parts factory in southern Germany.
About 35,000 workers at Hyundai staged a half-day strike, calling for raises and better working conditions, the latest in a series of work stoppages.
Automaker's latest drive to make its lean production even leaner is a slimmed down version of its multistep paint job, reducing energy needs by 15 percent compared to old-style painting.
Plan by the nation's largest public utility to lure automakers to ready-to-go sites in the Southeast is paying off -- four sites have sold since 2005.
RV maker to close three Indiana factories and cut a third of its work force because of the slumping economy and the shrinking market for recreational vehicles.
Sterling Trucks eliminating one shift and laying off another 720 workers as it joins the growing ranks of companies being squeezed by an economic slowdown in the U.S.
When VW said yes to Chattanooga, the city that had shed its reputation for dirty air forgot years of frustrating rejections by automakers.
Military’s accelerated pace to buy and deploy thousands of heavily armored mine resistant vehicles could lead to problems with maintenance and cost overruns.
Government, citing safety reasons, is trying to tighten the law requiring anyone with a commercial drivers license to speak English well enough to talk with police.
Three major auto manufacturers are promising to reserve 300 new hybrid vehicles each month exclusively for the city as it replaces its entire fleet of yellow cabs.
Hundreds of workers at a central Kentucky plant will be laid off as a result of a delay in Ford's launch of its new F-150 truck.
Automaker has completed the process of getting antitrust approval for its plan to take a majority voting stake in Swedish truck maker Scania AB.
One of GM's Chinese joint ventures has begun exporting Chevrolet minivans to Peru, adding to global automakers' growing vehicle exports from China.
Troubled automaker notified two racetracks that run NASCAR events that their current contracts will not be renewed as part of a $10 billion cost-cutting program.
Company’s survival now hinges on the difficult task of convincing buyers that its upgraded cars are just as good as its trucks and worth some extra cash.
Hino Motors Manufacturing plant in Marion is to stay in production, even though the Toyota truck plant it supplies is to shut down for three months.
Diesel engine maker has temporarily laid off another 50 employees at its Columbus, Indiana, plant due to declining demand for large pickup trucks.
Windshield wiper manufacturer on the Texas-Mexico border is laying off workers for the second time in 10 months.