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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.
With $12 billion infusion, Germany's biggest carmaker joins Ford and Renault-Nissan in earmarking cash for Chinese electric vehicle production.
Fiat Chrysler takeover speculation is growing.
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.
The company is doing away with internal combustion. Can it make a profit?
Derrick Hatami left his position at Hyundai amid the company's declining U.S. car sales.
Automatic braking technology reduces the number of vehicle deaths and injuries linked to driver inattention.
Jim Cramer looks at how emissions scandals are impacting automakers' sales.
The carmaker's stock could gain 14% this year as investors return and fundamentals become the driving force, according to the French bank.
The German chipmaker predicts sales growth to the automotive sector will outstrip group expansion.
With Trump victory, the threat of U.S. protectionism looms over world exports.
The scandal-hit German car maker puts away $437 million to settle litigation, taking the total set aside for its cheat-technology disaster so far to almost $20 billion.
The scandal-hit German car maker reports third-quarter earnings on Thursday, with little sign European outrage is having much effect on its earnings.
Reforms are necessary regardless of the emissions scandal, Müller reportedly says.
The German automaker reaches a deal with two key parts suppliers in a desperate move to restart production of the flagship Golf hatchback.
A dispute with two key suppliers could halt production of the Volkswagen Golf as early as next week and has already forced a slowdown at a plant building the Passat.
German regulators agree to a software fix, as European owners miss out on the chance to sell their cars back to the company.
German sports-car maker Porsche owns nearly a third of Volkswagen's capital, and it is suffering from the fallout of Volskwagen's diesel emissions scandal.
Results announcements include Anglo American, Lloyds, Adidas, Renault, Volkswagen.
The German auto maker sees a rise in operating profits and overall sales, although it has set aside additional cash to pay for legal costs.
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.
On top of the $14.7 billion deal reached with the federal government and class action lawyers, the German carmaker will pay $600 million to American consumers.
Shares in the German auto-maker accelerated sharply on Tuesday as the market reacted to news of its $14.7 billion deal with the Department of Justice.
Twenty-First Century Fox affiliate Sky bucks the negative trend with a soccer-rights victory, while media peer Vivendi declines on a regulatory veto.
U.S. stock futures are rising Monday as Wall Street prepares for the beginning of earnings season.
European stocks plunge on Tuesday following weak eurozone economic data.
European stocks follow Asian indices higher on Tuesday as purchasing managers' data across the world builds the case for new central bank boosters.
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