Cars from Nissan, Toyota, BMW and others will be displayed at Duke and UNC Charlotte as part of the 2008 Hydrogen Road Tour.
Automaker says it is keeping all three shifts of body and paint workers at the Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville, saving 230 workers from potential layoffs.
Hunan Changfeng Motor Co. is not in talks on selling a stake to major automakers Guangzhou Automobile or Beijing Automotive, a company official said.
Union representing 2,000 workers at a suburban General Motors plant wants employees to have a chance to transfer to other GM plants when the factory closes.
Rapid growth in Chinese sales of sedans, SUVs and light trucks slowed sharply in July as sales rose just 6.8 percent, the lowest monthly expansion rate in two years.
With the Chevrolet Volt slated to go on sale soon, experts are wondering if it will be ready on time and if the cost can be reduced to make the car affordable to the masses.
Several hundred Chrysler manufacturing workers, many of whom face imminent layoffs in St. Louis, protested outside the company's headquarters Thursday.
While it can run in electric-only mode, Toyota's plug-in will have a small internal combustion engine that can assist the electric motor in a 'blended' mode.
Heavy-duty truck maker to bring nearly 500 jobs and invest $18 million in North Carolina as it moves its headquarters from Allentown, Pa., to Greensboro.
Film to depict the mission of Robert Kearns who waged an obsessive crusade against the auto industry, which he accused of stealing his invention.
Top Toyota executive says industry must change model lineups and develop clean technology because energy sources are shrinking and environmental concerns are rising.
Fiesta is first product of Ford's global development process, which aims to produce global models tailored to regional tastes but have the same underpinnings.
Closure of an upstate powertrain plant has been pushed back to help boost its casting capacity as GM shifts its product lineup focus toward cars and crossover vehicles.
Princeton, Ind., plant will switch to the Highlander sport utility vehicle as production of the Tundra pickup truck is shifted to San Antonio, Texas.
Heavy truck subsidiary of German automaker Daimler AG says slipping customer demand is behind its plans to cut 100 jobs at a South Carolina plant.
Executive said the company's gas-electric hybrid that will compete directly with Toyota's Prius will be priced lower than the current Civic hybrid.
German auto parts maker on Wednesday rejected another bid by rival Schaeffler KG to take it over, leaving the door open to more talks.
Beijing is raising its sales tax on big cars to as high as 40 percent, and drastically cutting taxes on small cars, in its latest attempt to combat emissions.
Automaker will invest $445 million to build a diesel engine plant in Thailand and upgrade its existing assembly operations.
Automaker will invest $1.8 billion in a Detroit assembly plant, retooling it to make a new car-based sport utility vehicle and keeping over 400 jobs in Michigan.
Mark Fields, Ford's president of the Americas, said he is confident the company has enough cash to weather losses and make a profit again.
Mercedes-Benz unit will increase production of trucks, buses and their components at a plant in Brazil, investing $894 million in the facility.
Company that makes the Hummer H2 for General Motors hopes to begin making wheelchair-accessible transit vehicles at its plant in Mishawaka, Ind., in 2010.
Automaker is releasing new XFE -- or extra fuel economy -- versions of its full-size pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles later this fall.