After the circuit’s owners walked away from their contract with F1 in 2017, the race there had been in doubt. On Monday, they signed a new contract.
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For the Formula E season finale, electric racers will zoom through the Red Hook area of Brooklyn and crown a champion.
French driver Jean-Eric Vergne defended his Formula E title and became the first double champion in the all-electric series after finishing seventh in Sunday's New York season finale.
A deal announced Friday is an example of how carmakers are joining forces to survive a major shift in technology. But can two longtime rivals cooperate?
“Can’t wait to get on the road again,” goes the Willie Nelson song. Here’s how two bands — one in a van, one in an, er, bigger conveyance — go from gig to gig.
An agreement to be formalized next week is the latest example of how rivals in the auto industry are sharing the enormous cost of new technologies.
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Mr. Iacocca helped create the Ford Mustang, brought out the minivan saved the failing Chrysler Corporation and came to personify the American auto industry.
Before the cult of the modern corporate chief, the former Chrysler leader fused his identity with his company’s, helping him sell cars and win over Washington.
The raid was linked to an investigation into Carlos Ghosn, the automaker’s former chairman and chief executive.
The 95,200 vehicles beat the mark set in last year’s final quarter, the electric-car maker said. But it may be hard pressed to meet its 2019 target.
R. J. Scaringe’s company, Rivian, has raised $1.7 billion from Amazon, Ford Motor and others without selling a single pickup truck and sport utility vehicle.
Newly released government emails show how climate denier groups quickly dominated the internal discussion over the historic rollback of the Obama-era climate rules.
Will the nation’s largest urban network of speed cameras make the city safer or “one big speed trap?”
Many insurers charge the penalty for three years after the violation, meaning you’ll be paying the price long after the check for your ticket has cleared.
A couple with careers in academia and science died of carbon-monoxide poisoning. A second congressional bill has been introduced to mandate safety features.
The automaker said it would close plants across the region, leading to job losses for more than 18 percent of its work force.
The new generation of desirable models includes specimens most serious collectors wouldn’t have sniffed at a few years ago.
Its management faces quality problems and a slide in profitability in addition to a management crisis prompted by the arrest of Carlos Ghosn.
They help avoid accidents and just make the roads so much safer, but drivers say they have their reasons for not bothering. What’s your excuse?
Investors vented their anger at Nissan’s French partner, showing that tensions still boil within the vast but troubled car-making alliance.
Seven months after the fall of Carlos Ghosn, Nissan’s chief executive, Hiroto Saikawa, is facing questions about his own competence and probity.
You’ll need to charge your vehicle more often than filling a gas tank, it takes longer, and the chargers can be scarce. Here’s how one road trip went.
Peggy Noland has given a Toyota Corolla a pelt and slapped “buff Powerpuff Girls” on a pickup truck. Objects in mirror are as bitchin’ as they appear.
“We’ve tried to turn down the hype and make people understand how hard this is,” says Gill Pratt, an expert in robotics and head of the Toyota Research Institute.
The Japanese carmaker will have Renault’s backing to fix governance lapses, in a deal made before a key shareholder meeting.
Tech leaders and delivery workers fought to lift the ban on electric bikes and scooters. Manhattan is off limits to the scooters because of congestion.
Researchers have new recommendations for where to sit (in the front, for adults; kids still get the back) and what features to look for.
The service department accounts for half a dealership’s profits, on average, so some are trying to keep customers happy with amenities that include fitness centers and even massages.
The Japanese carmaker criticized its French partner’s vow to block its overhaul effort, further straining the troubled auto alliance.
Elon Musk’s electric-car company began the year with high expectations. But it has confronted a series of problems and a loss of investor confidence.
Fiat Chrysler and Renault’s attempt to join forces was a response to turmoil in the auto industry, which accounts for much of the world’s factory jobs.
The plan had faced resistance by some Renault shareholders who argued that the Italian-American conglomerate was undervaluing a crown jewel of French industry.
The offer of a 50-50 merger appealed in an industry facing challenges, but the French government and Nissan had questions.
A $25 million fine for anticompetitive practices appears to make the Detroit automaker the latest company to be caught up in the U.S.-China economic clash.
A marketing push hatched by the firm that makes ads for Adidas and Google zooms past contrition on its way toward a greener future for the world’s largest automaker.
What, exactly, are all these things next to?