About a quarter of GM's hourly work force represented by the United Auto Workers could leave the company under a new round of buyout and early retirement offers.
Europe's spending slowdown hit new car sales in January, hurting automakers Peugeot Citroen, Ford and General Motors, sais the European carmakers' group ACEA.
New Fiesta is the first product to come out of Ford's new global development program, which aims to make global models tailored to regional tastes but with the same platform.
General Motors is laying off 68 workers at its Shreveport assembly plant that makes the Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon and HUMMER H3.
Current round of buyout offers to most of Ford’s U.S. hourly workers will let them move on with their lives, but it also will help the automaker's bottom line, according to Ford executives.
Federal bankruptcy judge in Detroit is expected to rule on Tuesday over Chrysler LLC's efforts to retrieve equipment from key supplier Plastech Engineered Products Inc.
General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. told a bankruptcy court that they support Chrysler's effort to get some tools back from Plastech Engineered Products Inc.
Canada’s trade minister says the North American auto industry will have to adapt to foreign competition by broadening its approach in order to appeal to overseas markets.
Instead of shutting down 300 jobs at an automotive components plant in Chattanooga, a new owner is looking to make the business bigger.
United Auto Workers union says an 'unanticipated parts shortage' has stopped production at Chrysler's assembly plant in Belvidere, Ill.
WTO panel ruled Beijing improperly taxes imported auto parts at the same rate as finished autos; China refused to comment on the decision.
Plan by auto parts supplier to exit bankruptcy by the end of next month is in trouble as it struggles to get $6.1 billion in loans in the tight credit market.
Shreveport's local UAW President Morgan Johnson says 'we may very well be looking at some small layoffs in the near future.'
General Motors' $38.7 billion loss for 2007 is the largest ever for an automotive company, prompting it to make a new round of buyout offers to 74,000 U.S. hourly workers.
United States Marine Inc., comes back to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina destroyed its shipyard, forcing it to leave in 2005.
Tentative contract between Magna International and the United Auto Workers will save approximately 2,700 jobs at the New Process Gear plant in suburban Syracuse.
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. plans to assemble and sell thousands of light pickup trucks annually in the United States by 2010
South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. received a $770 million order from Oman to build five oil tankers.
NADA economist Paul Taylor predicts 2008 U.S. car and light truck sales will total about 15.7 million, a drop of 2.5 percent from 2007, the worst year in a decade.
Mexican Auto Industry Association said exports jumped 33 percent in January, while production rose by nearly 26 percent compared with the same time period in 2007.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating reports on 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe SUVs, in which engine fires occurred while vehicles were not running.
Ford’s Monroe, Mich.-based Automatic Components Holdings plant offers workers $140,000 if they leave the automaker to take jobs with the new owner of the business.
About 400 people who worked at Indiana plant before it closed last year are eligible for positions at other GM factories, such as a Kansas assembly plant that has 300 openings.
Automaker plans to significantly reduce its product lineup and number of dealerships as it rolls out a new corporate initiative, a Chrysler dealer in Texas said Friday.