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This is another setback for Volkswagen as it faces a wave of cases stemming from its emissions scandal
Volkswagen will no longer build a new factory in Turkey which would have employed 4,000 people
A steel cable connected to the front seat belts can 'suffer from fatigue' over time and affect the seat belt's 'restraint function'
New car sales in France rise 1.2% in June 2020, a major rebound after the plunge during the coronavirus lockdown
Fiat Chrysler chairman John Elkann says his company and Peugeot are on track to merge by the 1st quarter of 2021
The loan for Fiat Chrysler is 'an operation that aims to preserve and reinforce the Italian auto industry,' says Economy Minister Roberto Gualtieri
Britain's carmakers are ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic, with the sector already shedding more than 6,000 jobs in June 2020
Ralf Brandstaetter will replace Herbert Diess as Volkswagen chief executive officer. Diess will remain CEO of the entire VW group.
Bentley says the coronavirus pandemic 'hastened' its move to cut almost a quarter of its workforce in the United Kingdom
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire approves the loan after a meeting with executives, labor representatives, and local officials concerned by a sweeping overhaul unveiled by Renault
'We need these jobs, otherwise it's a whole territory that will die,' says a Renault union member in Maubeuge, France
Volkswagen will take a 50% stake in JAG – the parent company of state-owned JAC Motors – and a 26% share of Chinese battery supplier Gotion High-Tech
(UPDATED) French carmaker Renault says nearly 4,600 jobs would be cut in France and more than 10,000 in the rest of the world – some 8% of the company's global workforce
Nissan logs a net loss of 671.2 billion yen ($6.2 billion) for the fiscal year ending March 2020, and announces it is closing its Barcelona plant that employs 3,000 people
As the auto industry faces an existential crisis from the coronavirus pandemic, Renault, Nissan, and Mitsubishi pledge to work together to 'enhance efficiency and competitiveness'
Andy Palmer is replaced by Tobias Moers, head of Mercedes-AMG, at the helm of Aston Martin
Almost 5 years after Volkswagen's admission to cheating on emissions tests, the ruling is the first real legal setback for VW in its home country
The outlook for the Renault-Nissan alliance already looked bleak enough in 2019. Then along comes the coronavirus.
'Without question: the video is wrong and tasteless,' says Volkswagen, as it draws flak for an ad it posted on Instagram
German car giant Volkswagen is paying a 9-million-euro settlement over market manipulation charges faced by CEO Herbert Diess and supervisory board chief Hans Dieter Poetsch
Some workers express concerns about the risks of assembly line activity, but automakers say they will be able to work with safety measures in place
The solid performance of pick up trucks vans and passenger cars in the first quarter gives distributors reason to expect double digit growth by end 2014