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Fiat Chrysler shares plummet 12 percent on weak outlook

Italian-American automaker Fiat Chrysler faces a range of challenges in the first half of 2019.

Volvo Cars feels margin pressure from US-China tariff war

Volvo Cars reported higher full-year revenue on Thursday, but said its profit margins had slipped and were expected to remain under pressure this year.

AAA confirms what electric car owners suspected — cold weather saps EV range

A new AAA study finds that when the thermometer drops to 20 degrees, EV battery range falls by an average of 41 percent on the five models it tested.

Toyota debuts new Tacoma to protect its crown as top midsize pickup from encroaching US rivals

Toyota makes some updates to its best-selling pickup that industry watchers say are much needed as competition heats up.

GM says 'we are already seeing savings from restructuring'

GM expects to pull in about $2 billion-$2.5 billion in 2018 in cost savings in 2019.

GM is going 'all-electric,' but it doesn't expect to make money off EVs until early next decade

GM CEO Mary Barra did not give many further details on the automaker's electric vehicle efforts, including exactly when customers should expect an electric pickup truck.

Mary Barra's turnaround plan for GM already paying off with fourth-quarter earnings beat

"Yes, it was a beat relative to consensus, but we think you have to take this report with a grain of salt," CFRA analyst Garrett Nelson says.

Auto engineers warn your car might be easier to hack than you think

As auto makers roll out ever more sophisticated features to make your daily commute easier, the upgrades are also making your new car more vulnerable to cyberattacks, according to a new report.

GM unveils Chevy Silverado HD as Detroit's Big 3 battle for big profits in big pickups

GM is adding 1,000 jobs to its plant in Flint, Michigan, to help with production of the new Silverado. Many of those jobs will be filled by GM employees working at some of the six plants the company

Lamborghini's new $200,000 SUV boosts automaker's sales by 51 percent in 2018

Lambo's total global sales jumped 51 percent in 2018, with the company delivering 5,750 cars. Much of that gain was from the 1,761 new Uruses delivered to customers during the last half of the year.

Tesla, Jaguar and Nissan EVs lose power in cold temps. Polar vortex left electric car owners in cold

Owners of today's battery electric vehicles found out during last week's cold snap that the range can be impacted by things like terrain, a motorist's driving style and whether you use the heat.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal would reshape US energy in 10 years. A lot could go wrong

Energy and climate analysts warn that by trying to hit mid-century goals in just 10 years, a Green New Deal could have unintended consequences.

Mayor's attempt to censor local article about Henry Ford's anti-Semitism draws national attention

The mayor of Dearborn ordered all the copies of the Dearborn Historian Autumn 2018 issue confiscated and had its editor fired.

US infrastructure is crumbling, and it needs lots of federal money to fix it: Civil engineer group

In a recent interview with CNBC, the head of the American Society of Civil Engineers said that Elon Musk's ambitious idea to drill a tunnel below Los Angeles is no pipe dream, but it needs big money

Buick's 2019 Regal GS offers stellar value, but nothing special about the ride

Buick's Regal GS is a high-performance sedan with a 3.6-liter V-6 engine providing 310 horsepower and a nine-speed automatic transmission.

VW revives the dune buggy with an electric concept vehicle that brings the past into the future

The VW dune buggy concept set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March will be environmentally friendly, riding on the same electrified platform that will be shared with dozens of electric vehicles

Anonymous Tesla shorts who snap pics of Tesla parking lots have a new website

Anonymous Tesla short sellers launched a website, Tslaq.org, to showcase their aerial photos, and crowdsourced research on the car maker.

GM's involuntary layoffs start Monday, at least 4,000 workers expected to lose jobs

The Detroit automaker could layoff thousands of white-collar workers as early as Monday.

Here's how many people Tesla laid off at its California facilities

Tesla dismissed 1,017 California employees in its recent layoffs, according to documents filed with the state's Employment Development Department.

Car loan rates are rising quickly, even as the Fed holds rates steady

As interest rates rise and vehicles become more expensive, that new-car smell increasingly comes with larger loans and longer terms.