Will Fiat S.p.A.'s Alfa Romeo Project Lead to a New Dodge Challenger?
The next Dodge Challenger could be a lot lighter and nimbler, thanks to new corporate sibling Alfa Romeo.
GM Gains in Its Largest Market: China
GM continues to make steady gains in China, now its largest market.
Tesla Among the Many Brands Powered by NVIDIA
Tesla is the highest-tech example, but NVIDIA processors are already found in some 4.5 million vehicles, with 25 million more to come over the next few years.
DAX 10,000: Is Europe's Biggest Market Still Its Biggest Opportunity?
Germany's lead stock index hit a record high, but there's plenty to like for the country's top exporters -- and their investors -- in the future.
Why Isn't Anyone Buying Volkswagens?
VW's U.S. sales were down another 15% last month. One big problem: Its SUVs aren't selling.
Automakers See Big U.S. Sales Gains in May
May is traditionally a strong month for the auto industry. This year's calendar, with five weekends, gave it an extra boost.
Why Are These the 3 Best-Selling Cars in the World?
In 2013, two of these three best-selling cars tallied more than 1 million units sold worldwide. Can they keep it up in 2014?
Can China Be the Answer to Nissan Motor Co.'s Electric-Vehicle Dilemma?
Though Nissan has spent billions on electric vehicle technology, it’s yet to reap the returns. The latest developments in China could be an answer to Nissan’s prayers.
Why Is Ford Motor Company Falling Behind?
The market is up, but Ford’s U.S. sales are down. What’s the problem?