Honda’s senior vice president in Europe, Ian Howells, says the UK’s departure from the EU’s customs union after Brexit would raise costs for small and medium-sized suppliers to such an extent that supply chains could seize up.
Continental will join a self-driving platform developed by BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye with the supplier handling integration of components and software.
Robert Bosch will build a $1.1 billion semiconductor plant in Germany, the biggest single investment in its history, as the maker of brakes and engines prepares for a surge in demand for components used in self-driving vehicles.
Volkswagen Group’s former design chief, Walter de Silva, is styling electric cars for a Chinese company in his new role as design boss for German automotive engineering company Edag.
After years toiling away in secret on its car project, Apple CEO Tim Cook has for the first time laid out exactly what the company is up to in the automotive market: It’s concentrating on self-driving technology.
LG Chem has denied a report that it has signed a $6.2 billion deal to supply batteries to Volkswagen Group as the automaker plans to launch its lineup of purpose-built EVs.
Aftermarket performance parts visionary Vic Edelbrock Jr passed away Friday at the age of 80 after complications from a cold.
By selling still-fewer vehicles to Enterprise and Hertz, GM hopes to boost residual values and improve the economics of its leasing business.
A federal judge may tap longtime compensation adviser Kenneth Feinberg to oversee claims for nearly $1 billion that Takata will pay to victims of defective airbag inflators linked to numerous deaths and injuries.
Carl Icahn’s investment company has agreed to acquire Precision Auto Care, adding more than 250 locations to the investor’s interest in 1,000 auto-repair shops.