Tesla, Toyota begin RAV4 EV production talks, NUMMI production possible?
Tesla and Toyota have officially begun production talks involving Toyota's upcoming RAV4 EV.
Ford recovery one year ahead of schedule, dividends still 'some way off'
Ford, like its fellow American automakers, is working hard to strengthen its balance sheet. The latest changes put the Dearborn automaker a full year ahead of schedule.
Saab trims 2010 production forecasts
Reviving a near-dead carmaker isn't as easy as Spyker expected. Its Saab brand has trimmed its 2010 production estimate.
Toyota unintended acceleration class action lawsuit grows
It may no longer be in the top headlines, but the class action lawsuit against Toyota for unintended acceleration is alive and well.
Suzuki, Mitsubishi and Ford announce new recalls
Three new recalls to report today -- one each from Suzuki, Mitsubishi and Ford.
Honda raises yearly outlook
Thanks to strong Asian sales, Honda has increased its annual profit forecast.
Vaughn Gittin Jr.'s Mustang RTR-X to make SEMA debut
Formula Drift 2010 champion Vaughn Gittin Jr. is a man of many Mustangs, with his latest creation, the RTR-X, heading to Las Vegas for its official world debut.
Big SUVs making a comeback
Despite what the White House might want, the large SUV segment is still alive and well in the United States.
Honda's East Liberty plant produces 4 millionth vehicle
Honda announced on Friday that it has produced its 4 millionth vehicle at its East Liberty, Ohio factory.