General Motors has dismissed 15 employees, including at least eight executives, after an internal investigation found “a pattern of incompetence and neglect”.
Tesla Motors has survived infancy, and is becoming more and more popular, as it expands its lineup and plans to offer a more affordable option for consumers in the near future.
BMW Canada has a new leader.
General Motors is recalling 2.7 million U.S. cars and trucks for problems ranging from flawed taillamps and windshield wipers to brake problems.
After 57 years of being based in the trend-setting Los Angeles area, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. is moving its sales and marketing headquarters to Plano, Texas, sources close to the matter said.
Ford Motor Co. will soon name Mark Fields its next chief executive officer and reveal when current CEO Alan Mulally will retire from the company he is credited with saving, two people familiar with the pending announcement told Bloomberg.
Chrysler Group and Nissan Motor Co. posted solid gains in March U.S. sales, while Toyota Motor Corp. and Ford Motor Co. recorded their first increases of the year, signaling the auto industry has begun to shake off a sluggish start to 2014.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra will tell lawmakers investigating the botched handling of an ignition-switch defect that she is “deeply sorry” for the error and promises to be fully transparent once the company discovers what went wrong, according to prepared testimony released today.
Tesla Motors Inc. and New York auto dealer lobbying groups reached an agreement that allows the electric-car maker to keep its five company-owned stores in the state, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it closed a three-month-long investigation of fires in the Tesla Model S this week, as Tesla announced a design change to better shield the electric car’s batteries.