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Recent reports suggest President Trump doesn't like seeing so many European vehicles in the U.S., while actions out of the White House suggest there could be some validity.
Intel's Mobileye unit lands a big contract in Europe.
What's incredible to me is that nothing's really changed except things have gotten worse.
A new electric S-Class from Mercedes Benz could shakeup the competition for Tesla. But does it even matter?
The original AMG C43 debuted in 2015. Here is the latest ride Benz debuted at the Geneva Motor Show.
Ford and General Motors could each take a $1 billion hit due to steel tariffs, according to Goldman Sachs analysts.
The recently unveiled Urus is an SUV like you've never seen before. Here's what that means for the likes of Tesla, Lexus and Audi.
The Detroit Auto Show kicks off Sunday and TheStreet is ready for the ride. Here's what we are drooling over!
Based on a federal law, the tax credit you can cash in on when you buy a new electric vehicle will start phasing out when carmakers reach a certain milestone. As long as Washington doesn't interfere, that's a while off for most.
Stanphyl Capital Management is short on Tesla, calling it the 'biggest single stock bubble in this whole bubble market.'
Tesla has first-mover advantage with electric cars yet again, this time apparently with a 100% -owned factory planned for Shanghai. Its competitors never learn.
Volvo is Europe's top gainer Friday after stronger-than-expected earnings and a robust outlook for truck sales.
Daimler sees "significant" increases in sales and earnings this year as global demand accelerates.
This is what you need to know on Friday.
The recalls is for Mercedes-Benz SUVs and cars in the U.S., Britain, Canada and Germany.
Daimler wants to separate its Mercedes cars from its Daimler trucks and buses divisions, but has no plans to divest.
An uptick in revenue from the luxury cruiser will cushion BMW's bottom line as it moves into high-tech green design.
In July, Cadillac sales jumped nearly 70% year over year in China.
Fiat Chrysler takeover speculation is growing.
The new sedan from Hyundai has more power, bettering the chances it will challenge domination of Mercedes E Class and similar-sized sedans.
Reports of Chinese interest in the Jeep maker pushed shares to record highs but Fiat Chrysler shares still look like a bargain compared to rivals and its own breakup valuation.
It won't be available in the United States, though.
This Mercedes turns heads.
These SUVs range from $75,000 to more than $200,000.
Investing in growth should be a criterion that investors cherish, not shun.
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