Battery maker has connected with Tata Motors and Miljo Grenland/Innovasjon to make electric cars in Norway using Electrovaya's lithium ion battery technology.
German automaker halting truck production at plants in southwestern Ontario and Oregon and cutting 2,300 jobs as part of a plan to end its Sterling brand.
Major auto manufacturers racing to build battery-powered cars may have some competition from 17-year-old Lucas Laborde who built his own electric car.
City leaders estimate those job losses could affect 4,000 to 6,000 other jobs in Janesville, Wis., such as suppliers and restaurant workers who depend on the plant for business.
Automaker's North American truck division will drop its Sterling brand and end truck production at two plants by mid-2010 as it moves to deal with depressed demand.
General Motors says it will idle its Janesville, Wis., sport utility vehicle factory on Dec. 23, earlier than the company had expected.
CEO Nardelli says his company hasn't reached any new deals with other automakers but has talked with outside parties interested in working with it.
Automaker says it will convert one of the two assembly lines at its Lincoln, Ala., factory so it can make V-6-powered Honda Accords by the middle of next year.
Japanese car manufacturer will lay off workers at Barcelona plant, which assembles 4x4 vehicles, because of poor demand.
Austrian auto parts manufacturer says it plans to move 2,600 employees to part-time status on a temporary basis to cope with the flagging economy.
Chevrolet said Monday it is pricing its 2010 Camaro sports car starting at $22,995 for its V-6 model, and $30,995 for its V-8 model.
Supporters think the future is now for podcars -- electric, automated, lightweight vehicles that ride on their own network separate from other traffic.
Automaker said Monday sales in Latin America, Africa and the Middle East rose 3 percent during the third quarter, bucking the steep sales declines weighing on other markets.
Greensburg’s new Honda plant is causing a mini-boom as the automaker plans to hire 1,000 people next year, but in Kokomo, Ind., auto industry workers have been laid off in droves.
Automaker likely to announce production cuts and possible plant closures next week as it deals with slumping sales and a collapse in its stock price, an AP source said.
CEO Alan Mulally says Ford is focused on managing its cash and putting its restructuring plans in place as it tries to weather the credit crisis and stock market decline.
Hundreds of angry Renault workers and others protested Friday to register their discontent about expected job cuts at the French automaker and restructuring in the industry.
General Motors shares hit their lowest price since 1949 in the opening minutes of trading Friday, but rebounded by midmorning.
Motor home maker will shutter its production plant in Paxinos, Pa., and move the operations to Decatur, Ind.
Patrick Pelata named chief operating officer of the French carmaker, a newly created position Renault hopes will help boost operational capabilities.
President Nicolas Sarkozy on Thursday earmarked $549 million in state support for the development of electric and hybrid cars.
Jim Lentz, president of Toyota Motor Sales USA, says the company won’t make more production cuts despite a sales slump that may not end until after next year.
Automaker has filed a lawsuit against Getrag, alleging that it misrepresented its ability to secure financing to build a $530 million transmission plant in Tipton, Ind.
First Honda Civic has been driven off the assembly line of Honda's new assembly plant in Greensburg that is expected to ultimately produce 200,000 vehicles annually.