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The driverless car race is on.
This crossover model has been a hot-seller over the years.
Tesla announced that its highly anticipated Model 3 will begin production on time next month.
European stocks fell Tuesday as investors shunned commodities and other risk stocks on a cocktail of concerns, ranging from the Middle East to domestic terrorism and politics.
GM is China's second largest foreign car-maker behind Volkswagen.
The automaker appears to hold the upper hand going into the annual meeting.
European stocks were buoyed Thursday by an automotive sector in rude health, recovering commodity prices and the latest developments in Britain's election campaign.
The new sedan from Hyundai has more power, bettering the chances it will challenge domination of Mercedes E Class and similar-sized sedans.
Two top shareholder advisory firms are recommending that shareholders support General Motors' incumbent board, a major setback to the activist investor and his fund's director-battle.
European stock markets were mixed Friday after occasional spots of positive news proved unable to fully offset the effect of a cocktail of uncertainties dogging investors.
German carmakers were under the cosh again Friday after Der Spiegel reported that President Donald Trump renewed his earlier attack on the industry in a meeting in Brussels
A sharp decline in crude oil prices fails to hit the stock market's rise on Thursday thanks to gains in the consumer sector.
The so-called 'defeat devices' were allegedly placed into hundreds of thousands of its diesel trucks so that they could pass federal emissions tests.
U.K. car sales fell sharply in April, according to data released by the SMMT trade body, although output for the year-to-date remained at its highest level since the year 2000.
European stock markets were mixed Wednesday, with London higher and continental Europe lower, after earnings and litigation news drove a divergence between the region's benchmarks.
European carmarker shares fell across the board Wednesday as investors continued to count the potential litigation costs linked to investigations that manufacturers sought to evade government emissions standards.
Fiat Chrysler shares extended declines Wednesday after the U.S. Department of Justice said it is suing the Italian-American automaker over illegal emissions' management technology found in its vehicles.
The Giulia sedan scores high for exterior beauty, but not terribly high in other luxury categories.
European stocks ended Monday's session with little change as benchmarks rose and then retreated to last week's levels amid ongoing concern over the political developments in the United States.
The German automaker agreed last year to offer to buy back up to 475,000 U.S. 2.0-liter diesel vehicles or offer fixes if regulators approved.
Fiat-Chrysler is feeling intensified heat from an emissions probe.
Fiat Chrysler stock drove a pile up in the European auto sector Thursday as investors reacted to speculation of an imminent lawsuit from the Justice Department
This is the first instance in which Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller has been officially identified as a suspect in the scandal.
The Commission claims Italy's government ignored the emission cheat devices the company installed on its vehicles.
European auto stocks fell Tuesday after industry data showed a pullback in sales last month led by a near 20% collapse in U.K. registrations following changes to vehicle tax rates.
Volkswagen's U.S. unit tapped a KPMG Director Stephanie C. Davis as its chief compliance officer.
Prosecutors in the German city of Stuttgart are leading the investigation.