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Xiaopeng is one of several Chinese start-ups looking to speed up development of battery-powered technology and compete with global leaders including Tesla.
Ford said its China chief, Jason Luo, resigned after leading the U.S. automaker's China operations for roughly five months.
The Bugatti Chiron is a $2.9 million supercar that can go from zero to 249 mph in about 30 seconds, and Jay Leno took it out for a spin.
Buick bets Regal TourX wagon, which is rolling into dealerships, will appeal to active people and loyal wagon buyers.
Ford is rolling out its version of the increasingly popular small SUV as it tries to improve profits in a difficult time.
More charging stations are coming, but current electric-car drivers admit to a hassle factor, USAToday reports.
The company's stock is virtually unchanged since late September, the New York Times reports.
Fiat Chrysler lowered its expectations for 2018 revenues and forecast adjusted operating profit and its cash position at the lower end of a previous guidance.
Ford is not as prepared as industry peers for rising commodity costs, executives said Wednesday.
Ford's fourth-quarter earnings missed analyst expectations, driven in part by higher commodity prices.
Time is running out for Canada and Mexico to address U.S. demands for major changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement.
No injuries resulted from the latest crash involving Tesla's advanced driver assistance system.
Musk agreed to stay as chief executive for 10 years, with compensation tied to $50 billion leaps in Tesla’s valuation. Otherwise, he makes zero.
The suit alleges unintended acceleration in a Chevy Cruze caused a February 2017 crash in Kleberg County, Texas, that killed two men.
The largest classic car auction of the year just wrapped up, with more than 2,600 cars selling for a combined $248 million.
Automakers are starting to make changes to new cars to cater to a new group of customers - Uber and Lyft drivers, USA Today reports.