VinFast follows a long list of Chinese automakers that have also had ambitions to sell vehicles in the U.S. going back more than a decade.
Robert Lighthizer and Jared Kushner will travel to Mexico Tuesday to sign off on changes in the trade deal. And in a signal that final amendments could be in hand, Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland also is reportedly traveling to Mexico.
The driver of the Tesla Model 3 told police in Connecticut that his car’s Autopilot feature had been activated and he was not facing forward.
Some automakers are demanding that GPB Capital Holdings, the majority owner of the 56-store Prime Automotive Group, sell some dealerships or fix noncompliance issues they say have triggered breaches of their dealership agreements.
The company expects to invest $700 million in its greenfield in Casa Grande by the mid-2020s.
As GM pushes toward an electric future, it's softening the risk of plunging into an uncertain market by getting a partner to help manufacture batteries.
The Texas city is seeing a spate of new auto industry projects. Toyota is one of the growth engines. But economic officials there have additional plans.
Automakers are spending billions on electric vehicles, and journalists are taking note, as they should.
The labor cost gap Fiat Chrysler has enjoyed could largely be negated by expensive concessions designed to win support from distrustful UAW members now voting on a new contract.
The $3 billion plan to save the Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant with electric pickups, vans and SUVs, as well as the battery modules to power them, is far from a sure bet.
Tesla's unveiling of its electric pickup was marred when its side windows made from armored glass shattered during a strength demonstration.
The investment in the 251,000-square-foot Brookville facility in Ohio will create 100 jobs. Construction will be completed by the end of 2020.
The 3-0 decision by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan may help GM reduce its ultimate exposure in nationwide litigation over defective ignition switches in several Chevrolet, Pontiac and Saturn models.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi last week predicted a breakthrough in the talks was imminent. But she faces continued opposition from labor unions who felt burned by the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The news comes as a shrinking workforce and changing values about work-life balance in Japan have meant companies are increasingly found responsible for workplace-related suicide.
GM’s V-6 engine is just one example of how the Detroit 3 automakers have used the 25-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement to shift work to lower-cost facilities across the continent, cutting expenses and boosting returns from the region that represents the bulk of their global profits.
Ford, citing the country's electrification mandate, is considering making the new electric Mustang Mach-E in China, depending on how trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing play out, CEO Jim Hackett said. Ford plans to import the Mustang Mach-E to China but hasn't indicated when sales will begin.