/

Browse automakers articles

Europe: only one US manufacturer has strong gains in the region


While traditionally the big Detroit three game in Europe has been dominated by either Ford or GM, last month’s figures showed that one Fiat Chrysler Automobiles brand now holds the upper hand. Across Western Europe, where five of the main markets of the continent are located, Jeep had a spectacular November month – while both Ford and GM Europe had deep ...
Read more

related more
spacer
spacer

More automakers articles

US: automakers should expect the UAW to demand pay raises in 2015
According to UAW President Dennis Williams, the well known United Auto Workers union will seek to gain a higher paycheck for the represented workers when the representatives start negotiations with ...
US: automakers already building up forces for Super Bowl Ads
We’re not over 2014 yet, but already US carmakers are gathering their financial resources to properly serve the Super Bowl hype – which has turned into a media circus when ...
Suppliers and automakers clash over cost cuts and price reductions
According to a new study made by IHS Automotive, carmakers and their suppliers are growing apart because of the constant pressure over the latter to intensify cost-cutting strategies that would ...
US: automakers gather in concerted effort to investigate Takata airbag defect
Following our report yesterday, Toyota and nine other automakers have released a joint statement saying they decided to hire an independent engineering firm to perform the necessary tests on defective ...
US: Japanese automakers take advantage of November sales spree
With the annualized selling pace now at an incredible 17.2 million units last month, the majority of automakers rode the delivery pace – with the traditional Japanese automakers posting good ...
Fitch forecasts slight global growth for European automakers
According to Fitch Ratings, the carmakers that have European roots – including the second-largest global automaker Volkswagen AG – will benefit from a modest rise in worldwide new-car deliveries. Together with ...
US: automakers would have trouble severing Takata ties
Since 2008 – with 11 million since 2013 in the US alone – millions of autos from ten brands have been recalled because of a potential defect in the airbags ...
US: October sales increase confidence in full-year outlook
Rising sales numbers in October – an overall increase of 6.1% - have brought a renewed sense of confidence among automakers that the pace of the US auto industry recovery ...
US: Japanese automakers report strong October sales
The US automotive industry continues its spectacular recovery, posting a great result last month – actually the best October in years – lifting most of the automakers to results seen ...

latest automotive news
Caterham survival takes another step on Monday
Dec.21 (GMM/Inautonews.com) The future of ailing F1 team Caterham will be decided on Monday. The backmarker team as well as ...
2015 Ford Mondeo arrives in Romania – short test drive inside
Ford Romania has introduced the fifth generation of the Mondeo in Europe, over a 2-day event which has gotten us, ...
Ricciardo pace ‘a factor’ in Vettel exit – Horner
Dec.20 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Daniel Ricciardo's surprising pace was "probably a factor" in the decision taken by Sebastian Vettel to leave ...
Ecclestone determined to change 2016 engine rules
Dec.20 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed reports he remains determined to shake up F1's engine rules. We reported that, at ...
De la Rosa leaves Ferrari, Vergne signs up
Dec.20 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Ferrari has confirmed speculation Pedro de la Rosa is vacating his test-driver post. It was rumoured the 43-year-old ...
2016 CT6 Cadillac gets streaming rearview technology
The streaming video rearview technology will expand the driver’s vision in the upcoming 2016 CT6, eliminating any rear seat, rear ...
US: Ally gets out of 6 years bailout
Ally Financial Inc. stated that it would finally resolve its bailout after the U.S. government will sell the last $1.25 ...
Daimler puts aside €600 million for EU antitrust investigation
The Germany-based company, Daimler, stated on Thursday it is putting aside 600 million euros to cover any potential costs that ...
Renault-Nissan and AvtoVAZ merge into Russia’s biggest auto parts buyer
AvtoVAZ and the Renault-Nissan alliance will come together in terms of purchasing activities in Russia. The merged unit will now ...
Report – Volkswagen will meet its 2017 cost-cutting goal
Volkswagen CEO, Martin Winkerton, has said according to a source that the carmaker is on the right track to reach ...
GM’s bankrupt predecessor helps customers get the $10 billion compensation
General Motors customers gained a new friend in their run for the compensation worth $10 billion. The automaker’s bankrupt predecessor ...
F1 to have new engine rules in 2016 – report
Dec.19 (GMM/Inautonews.com) F1 is now speeding towards yet another new set of engine regulations. On Thursday at a Geneva meeting ...
GM and Jaguar Land Rover stopped deliveries to Russia
In response to the slide in the rouble’s value, automakers, General Motors and Jaguar Land Rover included, decided to stop ...
Uber wants to patent its gouging prices
While critics accuse Uber of price gouging over the high fees asked in Sydney for the people who were fleeing ...
Ford closes Genk Plant in Belgium
With a production of around 14 million cars over the past 50 years, Ford shut the doors of its plant ...
Price of U.S. gas reaches under $2.50 a gallon
U.S. drivers are paying less than 2.50 dollars a gallon at the gasoline pump for the first time in more ...
Toyota will invest $126M to expand powertrain operations
Toyota announced today that it will invest $126 million in the expansion of its powertrain operations in Ann Arbor and ...
Spyker declares bankruptcy
On Tuesday, Spyker, the Dutch sportscar maker which owned Saab, was declared bankrupt when not succeeding to secure a loan ...