Stellantis announced it is laying off potentially thousands of employees at two U.S. Jeep plants in the coming months, blaming the move in part on California's emissions regulations.
Tens of thousands of General Motors employees will be returning to the office in the new year, the automaker confirmed Wednesday.
At the end of Q2 2023, auto loan debt surpassed student loan debt in total – auto loan debt rose to $1.58 trillion, edging out $1.57 trillion in student loan debt, according to Automoblog.
Tesla notified customers that the $7,500 federal tax credit for electric vehicle purchases will be cut in half for two of its popular models starting in 2024.
About 73,000 Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrids are being investigated by the NHTSA over a battery problem that can cause a sudden loss of power or prevent restarting.
Tesla's release of its Cybertruck pricing Thursday drew reaction. The vehicle has rear-wheel drive, all-wheel drive and "Cyberbeast" options.
Elon Musk on Thursday unveiled Tesla's Cybertruck as the company begins deliveries of the futuristic-looking electric pickup that has faced a series of delays since its 2019 announcement.
NASCAR reached a groundbreaking media rights deal worth a massive $7.7 billion over seven years, starting in 2025 and running through the end of the 2031 season.
A Consumer Reports survey of auto owners found electric vehicles have nearly 80% more problems than gas vehicles on average, and plug-in hybrids are even worse.
A Kia owner in Seattle got so fed up with his car being targeted by thieves that he decided to dump the vehicle off at the dealership where he bought it and walk home.
A seat belt issue potentially affecting more than 300,000 Honda vehicles has forced the car company to issue a recall on some Accords and HR-Vs.
Cruise aims to start putting its robotaxis back on the road in one city, the General Motors subsidiary indicated on Wednesday. It's unclear what that initial city that will be.
A Florida judge said there is "reasonable evidence" that Tesla CEO Elon Musk knew about a defect in the automaker's autopilot system that makes the cars unsafe to drive.
A TikTok video appearing to show a Stanley tumbler withstanding a car fire unscathed has gone viral and the company is set to buy the car owner a replacement vehicle.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk thanked Xi Jinping for the "rapid development of China's new energy vehicle industry" while at a dinner meeting in San Francisco, Tesla's Weibo account says.
Tesla's policy prohibiting workers from wearing union t-shirts on the job was upheld by a federal appellate court which found the policy didn't violate U.S. labor law.
The National Transportation Safety Board has urged another government agency to mandate that new cars have intelligent speed assistance technology in them.
Ford is bringing a new feature to its vehicles that enables people to give instantaneous feedback to the Michigan-based automaker. The company has called it "Record Feedback."
Stellantis is moving forward with a cost-cutting push as it prepares for the shift to electric vehicles and larger labor cost under the new tentative UAW contract.
The Senate voted 50-48 to reject President Biden's decision to waive certain "Buy America" requirements for new electric vehicle chargers, which Biden has vowed to veto.