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Forget the trade war. Volkswagen says new emission tests pose biggest threat

Published on 2018 Aug, 01
Global trade tensions have put automakers under pressure. But Volkswagen says new emission tests in Europe pose the biggest threat to its business. Read more

The company that unveiled a $2 million electric car makes one for $11,000, too

Published on 2018 Jul, 31
India's Mahindra offers one of the most expensive and one of the most bare-bones electric cars in the world. And now its got its eye on the US market. Read more

European carmakers win big as US backs off tariff threat

Published on 2018 Jul, 26
European carmakers are the big winners after the United States and European Union announced a ceasefire on trade. But will tensions really fade? Read more

GM wants you to make money with your Chevy

Published on 2018 Jul, 24
GM drivers will now be able to hire out their cars as the company launches a peer-to-peer car sharing service. Read more

GM sold these money-losing brands. Now they're making hundreds of millions

Published on 2018 Jul, 24
Opel and Vauxhall were big money losers for General Motors. A year after they were cast aside, the brands are making hundreds of millions for PSA. Read more

What's next for Fiat Chrysler?

Published on 2018 Jul, 23
The new CEO of Fiat Chrysler ? Mike Manley ? has been handed a road map by industry legend Sergio Marchionne. But can he navigate the route? Read more

Avis CEO says rental car biz is alive and well

Published on 2018 Jul, 20
The CEO of Avis Budget Group, which also owns car sharing company Zipcar, told CNNMoney that there is still demand for traditional rental cars -- even at a time when ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft are all the rage. Read more

China is owning the future of cars. German automakers want in

Published on 2018 Jul, 10
German automakers know the future of their industry is electric, autonomous and in China. Read more

How Europe could fight back if Trump taxes car imports

Published on 2018 Jun, 25
A move by President Donald Trump to impose tariffs on cars assembled in Europe would dramatically escalate trade tensions and produce a quick response from the European Union. Read more

Audi CEO Rupert Stadler arrested in Germany

Published on 2018 Jun, 18
Audi CEO Rupert Stadler has been arrested in Germany as part of an investigation into emissions cheating, according to prosecutors in Munich. Read more

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