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GM says the car will offer 238 miles of range between charges. It comes to market only two years after the prototype was revealed in Detroit.
For the first time, Japanese clothing makers sponsored all four players in the semifinals of the U.S. Open. Time for a tennis-focused fund with an Asian bent?
For the first time, the Toyota RAV4 crossover outsells top-selling Camry sedan.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us that the jobs reports released Friday is pretty much meaningless to him.
The biggest automakers posted declining auto sales in August.
Analysts wonder if industry has peaked following strong six-year run after the financial crisis.
Budding worldwide electric vehicle sales spur more battery capacity.
Tesla unveils a new battery pack that makes the Model S one of the fastest cars ever produced. But can the company deliver enough cars?
The G90 is aimed at competition with Mercedes S Class and others.
The new fuel cell approach offers a potential alternative to conventional fuel cells, which require hydrogen infrastructure.
Brazil's car market has imploded since the games were awarded in 2009. New crossover will add jobs.
Economists and analysts aren't convinced that sales can't rebound in second half of the year.
Results announcements include Anglo American, Lloyds, Adidas, Renault, Volkswagen.
The French car and truck maker sells more cars worldwide than ever before and sees a positive outlook for growth in Europe, China and India.
The Tesla CEO outlines an ambitious agenda for his company's future. As appealing as it sounds, executing on the plan involves significant financial risk.
Apple holds auditions for its reality TV series 'Planet of the Apps.' Tesla introduces a more affordable Model X vehicle.
There are potential roadblocks to the advent of driverless cars, such as software reliability and cybersecurity.
U.S. stock futures are rising slightly Wednesday following Tuesday's action that saw U.S. benchmarks finish at record highs.
Japan's auto stocks have gotten smashed since the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union on June 23
GM, the biggest maker of cars in the U.S., sees sales fall in June.
The Lexus and Prius recall comes as the car maker secures shareholder support to reel in separately listed subsidiary Daihatsu.
Car makers and banks buck the positive trend in Japan.
I'm glad I live in this part of the world. But even Asia hasn't been spared the wrath of the disastrous Brexit decision.
The heir apparent at one of Japan's most innovative companies has fallen on his sword.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch downgraded several auto supplier stocks, citing lower than anticipated U.S. auto sales this year.
If voters in the U.K. choose to leave the European Union, global automakers likely will face immediate additional costs to their European businesses and a probable loss of sales.
If more proof is needed that Ford's new aluminum body pickup truck is triumphing with consumers, just look to the latest salvo of anti-aluminum pickup advertising from archrival General Motors.
GM and Ford lead the decline, while Fiat Chrysler, bolstered by Jeep and a new minivan, manages a slight gain.