General Motors says it will finish the year strong, in part because of its strategy in dealing with a worldwide shortage of semiconductor chips.
The global semiconductor chip shortage arguably is unlike anything the automotive industry has weathered. It is poised to drag on for months longer, cutting into the profits of automakers and their suppliers, delivering uncertainty and lost wages to autoworkers, and giving consumers fewer choices and higher prices on dealership lots.
Anonymity, it seems is dead. In this era of Facebook, Instagram and TikTok, we are all content creators, stars for 15 seconds, if only because no one has the patience anymore to sit through a whole 15 minutes.
When President Joe Biden said Thursday that the United States would seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% from 2005 levels by 2030, major U.S. automakers say they got exactly what they wanted.
It’s a 21st century riddle: A car crashes, killing both occupants — but not the driver.
It’s not only tourists finding themselves out of luck amid a shortage of rental cars in vacation hot spots like Florida, Arizona, Nevada and Hawaii.
Federal regulators directed by President Joe Biden to re-evaluate national fuel economy rules and encourage the transition to electric vehicles are expected to raise the standards — though it's unclear just how high.
Government officials and consumers want to see cheaper electric vehicles, but automakers are launching expensive options as they work to make these types of vehicles affordable down the road.
In a victory for Ford Motor Co.'s bid to ramp up production of electric vehicles, the automaker's battery supplier reached a settlement Saturday in a trade-dispute case with a rival company.
Early models of the all-electric 2021 Mustang Mach-E have a battery issue that may leave owners struggling to start their vehicles despite its being fully charged, according to a technical service bulletin that Ford sent to federal regulators.
Japanese luxury brands are going back to the future to find their mojo.
Consumers looking to buy the new GMC Hummer EV pickup or SUV will be doing it online with minimal dealer involvement, directly from General Motors, for at least the next two years.
Despite only a slight increase in overall sales so far this year, it's a new day in paradise, some Ford Motor Co. dealers said Thursday.
General Motors reported Thursday its first-quarter new car sales inched up 4% in the United States on demand for full-size and midsized pickups and SUVs.
A global semiconductor shortage and a February winter storm have combined to force Ford to build F-150 pickup trucks without some computers.