American Honda names Noriya Kaihara as new CEO
Outgoing CEO Shinji Aoyama, who joined North American operations in 2018, will become the full-time global officer in charge of electrification for Honda Motor Co.
EPA official says auto tailpipe rules still needed
Industry experts say there will be a greater reliance on electrification to meet President Joe Biden's climate and energy goals.
Uber racks up Q2 adjusted loss in an attempt to ease driver shortage
The ride-hailing giant spent heavily to lure drivers back in the second quarter, resulting in a wider-than-predicted loss.
Industry's transformation may hinge on policy teamwork
Automakers are barreling ahead on electrification and autonomous technologies, but policy experts say some private-public teamwork is needed.
The secret of innovation in the new era? Move fast
Suppliers might also have to look for component solutions far outside their wheelhouses.
Study: EVs cost more to service than ICE vehicles
Data analytics firm We Predict studied about 19 million vehicles between the 2016 and 2021 model years.
Ill. gives dealers more power on warranty charges
The bill also establishes methodology for calculating the average labor rate and ends automakers' ability to refuse parts markups that they deem "unreasonable."
Magna CEO says EVs will unleash a stream of innovative rethinks
The arrival of EVs will trigger new questions among automotive companies about how they operate.
KAR reverses course, pilots in-lane vehicle sales
KAR Global chairman Jim Hallett had been a vocal advocate for all-digital sales, citing safety concerns surrounding vehicles driving down auction lanes.
New York auto show canceled amid rising COVID-19 cases, new restrictions
This marks the second-straight year the New York show has been canceled because of the coronavirus. Organizers expect the show to return in April.