Robyn Denholm, an Australian executive, was named days before a regulatory deadline for the electric-car maker to replace its chairman.
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Head-turning Allards, precursors to the hugely popular AC Cobra, are being built again by Roger Allard, who is not related to the original family.
That’s how long Americans spend driving in a lifetime, on average. Seats may not be the first thing to consider when buying a car, but a good one can mean a better ride.
Winter presents unique driving dangers. Here is some advice and useful gear to keep in the trunk to stay safe on the roads.
India and the United States face deadlines in the coming days to decide disputes over trade and oil. The president is most interested in motorcycle tariffs.
U.S. auto sales rose slightly in October, hit by rising interest rates and higher vehicle prices, and No.2 carmaker Ford Motor Co. warned of slipping consumer confidence, indicating sales volumes would continue to moderate in 2018.
A surge in sales of the Model 3 helped lift the company’s performance, but big financial and production challenges remain.
Caught in a crossfire of tariffs, BMW and other foreign carmakers are gauging whether to relocate some manufacturing to China. Jobs could follow.
Shares of carmakers have slipped more than 25 percent this year, as higher interest rates, lower sales and rising trade tensions bite.
Automakers are connecting cars with technology that lets drivers order food, make reservations and pay for gas, bypassing their cellphones.
Fully autonomous cars are years away, but it’s the automobile where artificial intelligence could have a critical role for the greatest number of people.
Struggling to win back consumer trust after an emissions scandal, the automaker picked an American executive to head the company in the United States.
With its stock at its lowest point since 2009, the company plans to trim its salaried work force and is exploring an alliance with Volkswagen.
The Japanese automaker will take a $750 million stake and commit $2 billion over 12 years in the race to develop fully autonomous vehicles.
Groups of new vehicles are being detected in unexplained locations across the country. Evidence being posted online has raised questions about production, logistics, quality and even demand.
The improvement is welcome news for a company that has been rocked by upheaval since Elon Musk, its chief executive, unveiled an abortive buyout plan.
Indian Motorcycle unveiled a stylish new bike. It is one of a number of makers taking a daring, and perhaps unexpected, leap with its designs.
Major automakers on Tuesday posted a hefty drop in U.S. new vehicle sales for September, caused in part by a decline in sales in areas hit by Hurricane Florence and a tough comparison to the previous September when consumers rushed to replace vehicles damaged by Hurricane Harvey.
The president said the new pact will help United States companies and workers. But the deal’s importance may have less to do with its details than the signal it sends.
After walking away from a deal, Tesla’s chief agreed to give up the chairmanship for three years and pay a $20 million fine.
The Securities and Exchange Commission filed a lawsuit Thursday that accused Mr. Musk, the electric-car manufacturer’s chief executive, of making false and misleading public statements.
The stock tumbled nearly 14 percent Friday. The S.E.C.’s lawsuit against Mr. Musk is putting the spotlight on a company in turbulence and celebrity C.E.O.s.
While people will always find a way to distract themselves, the industry is dreaming up new ways to keep drivers’ eyes on the road.
So close to getting their cars, some customers have encountered delays, mix-ups or quality problems as Elon Musk’s operation tries to work out kinks.
The antique car stands out like a museum piece in a vast landscape of destruction. But that is little comfort to its owner, who lost his home and his town to the flames.
Uber, which is moving toward a public debut next year, said its net loss was more than $1 billion in the third quarter.
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