The Ohio factory will be taken over by a venture that plans to hire 400 employees next year to make electric pickup trucks.
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Alaina Gassler, 14, got the idea for her science project after noticing how her mother didn’t like driving the family’s S.U.V.
“Harleys in Hawaii” has been streamed and viewed millions of times, by a demographic the motorcycle maker has had a hard time reaching.
‘It appears both parties took a sane approach and avoided a painful strike that would have benefited neither of them,’ an economist said.
As pedestrian deaths climb, collision-avoidance systems could reduce that toll, but new tests show significant differences in how well they work.
One by one, Lewis Hamilton has passed the great drivers of Formula One.
The bigger financial effect is expected to be reflected in the current quarter, as the walkout halted North American production for most of October.
All electric vehicles in the U.S. will soon be required to make warning sounds so pedestrians can hear them coming.
After the voting by 49,000 members of the United Auto Workers, operations could start to resume Saturday.
Defense attorneys say prosecutors won’t share records that might help their client, citing the automaker’s fears that company secrets could be revealed.
The electric-car maker’s revenue declined, but it said it had removed “substantial cost” from its operations.
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General Motors made cost concessions to get the union to accept the shutdown of three plants — a priority that Ford and Fiat Chrysler don’t have.
Cars that were handcrafted nearly a century ago require a hard-to-find mix of skills to restore them to their former glory.
The United Automobile Workers said the tentative contract agreement would provide wage increases and improve the prospects of temporary employees.
The accord reportedly includes wage increases and lump-sum payments, along with a formula for temporary workers to become full-time employees.
Officers in New Haven staged a sting operation at a McDonald’s parking lot known for its raucous drag-racing gatherings.
Thierry Bolloré was dismissed after Nissan named a new chief. The automakers are part of an alliance once led by the ousted Carlos Ghosn.
The open road, heavy with symbolism and full of promise, has long coursed through popular culture.
Much of the pain from the strike, now in its fourth week, is concentrated in the northern Midwest, which was already contending with a manufacturing slowdown.
Readers responded to Smarter Driving by scratching their heads over the fuel economy of premium gasoline, while others who admitted that they never used turn signals blamed the other guy.
Two insiders who brought down Carlos Ghosn were involved with improper payments, an inquiry found. The company’s full board never heard about it.
The 10-day, 1,600-mile race in the desert, starting next week, challenges body and mind and helps competitors find themselves.
The pace may allow the electric-car maker to fulfill its forecast for the year. But analysts are skeptical that sales are enough to yield a profit.
Gas or electric, all cars need to be refueled in some way, the police in Fremont, Calif., said.
The move is the latest streamlining effort by the Detroit automaker, which has closed plants in Europe and is cutting its salaried ranks worldwide.
With the United Auto Workers walkout in its 11th day, the company reversed a decision to cut off employees’ medical insurance at the end of the month.
Walkouts and sit-ins by the United Automobile Workers over the decades helped secure contracts that lifted members into the middle class.
The automaker has reportedly offered to create a battery factory in the same Ohio area. But the work would pay far less than the shuttered plant.
Volkswagen’s top two leaders were charged by German prosecutors with failing to inform investors of the U.S. investigation into emissions cheating.
A union scourge, he brought British Leyland (maker of Jaguar, MG, Mini, Land Rover and more) back from the brink in the 1970s and was knighted for it.
As electric cars become more popular, engineers, driven by government regulators, are crafting the sounds that will define the highways of the future.
The United States and Japan may miss a deadline to sign a trade deal this week, as Japan tries to obtain a guarantee that President Trump will not tax its cars.
The strike by the United Auto Workers, in its fifth day, is causing layoffs in related operations but has not yet resulted in shortages at dealers.
California, joined by 23 other states, sued to block the administration’s unprecedented reversal of the state’s authority to set its own rules on climate-warming car emissions.
Since 2010, Buick dealers’ lots have been filled with a mélange of G.M.-owned vehicles borrowed from Opel, Holden, Daewoo and others, with a Buick badge affixed.
Visits to General Motors plants by Mary Barra this year, ahead of contract talks, did not engender as much harmony as the company might have hoped.
Union members are pushing for what they see as a fair share of the company’s hefty returns, a decade after its bankruptcy, as negotiations continue.
The assembly plant in Flint, Mich., has produced millions of vehicles and supported generations of workers. Now a strike has rendered it idle.
The New York Times would like to hear from people who used to be homeless in California about what helped — and did not help — them.