That trust that automakers have worked so hard to rekindle among their parts suppliers? It’s slipping away again.
The future of the North American Free Trade Agreement will be the topic of a roundtable discussion of industry leaders at the Automotive News World Congress in January.
IAC Group’s new plant in Poland is a strategy play to be at the doorstep of global luxury automakers as the industry shifts to higher-grade interiors.
Honda plans to inspect and replace or properly install replacement airbag inflators that have been improperly installed under an earlier recall.
The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly magazine is ready to view. The new edition looks why the European pickup market is set to take off.
Continental’s women’s network succeeds because of strong follow-up, CEO support and staying with the committed founders, rather than being shifted to the human resources department.
The fundamentals of the auto business could change dramatically in the coming decades. That calls for a radical look at what the future may bring.
To develop the necessary processors and software for self-driving cars, automakers are forming alliances with technology suppliers. And the suppliers will call the shots.
Working with its new acqusition, software startup NuTonomy, Delphi gets a leg up in the race to deploy self-driving vehicles.
Now that automated fleets are hitting the streets, computer-chip giant Intel Corp. is taking steps to prepare a wary public.