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Phil LeBeau reports on Volvo opening a new plant in South Carolina.
Two proposals to shake up Tesla’s board as the company faces manufacturing and financial challenges were not expected to succeed.
The increase in monthly payments for new vehicles is not surprising given the rise in interest rates.
The company says drivers should not use cruise control until the vehicles have been inspected.
Tesla will begin the restructuring process CEO Elon Musk discussed on a conference call in early May.
Ford is facing the daunting prospect of seeing a major drop in the supply of its best selling and most profitable vehicle, the F-150 pickup truck.
Gas is nearing an average of $3 a gallon, but automakers don’t need to worry about truck and SUV sales yet.
Phil LeBeau reports highlight from the Beijing Auto Show.
Auto makers are finding themselves caught in the middle of tariff threats between the U.S. and China. Phil LeBeau is in China taking a look at what’s at stake for car companies.
The service will allow delivery of packages when cars outfitted with OnStar or Volvo on Call are parked in accessible areas.
Prices at the pump are expected to top $3 a gallon for unleaded gasoline in many parts of the country in coming weeks, as summer driving season approaches.
If Beijing relaxes foreign ownership limit in its auto industry, international companies may seek greater or full control of their ventures in China — a move that would hurt their local partners, analysts at Daiwa Capital Markets said.
Stable oil prices, improvements in SUV and truck design, and a big shift in consumer tastes seem to spell the end of sedans and small cars in the U.S.
Phil LeBeau reports on how automakers & jet maker Boeing would be impacted by China’s newly proposed tariffs.
Phil LeBeau reports on what drove strong sales for automakers in March.