Prospective Acura NSX supercar drivers now have the opportunity to order one. Honda’s luxury brand has began taking orders for the NSX, equipped with a 573-hp, V-6 engine.
Canadian supplier Magna reported a rise in fourth quarter sales, excluding the impact of a strong U.S. dollar, helped by healthy vehicle demand and output in Europe and North America.
Nissan, boosting earnings on rising sales in the U.S. and China, will acquire up to $3.5 billion of stock in a bid to shore up its share price after a 24 percent decline this year.
Ford is investing $145 million in its Cleveland engine plant to support the production of an ‚all-new second-generation 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine family.‘
A Senate committee in Indiana on Thursday effectively tabled a controversial proposal to prevent Tesla from selling cars in the state under its direct-sales business model.
GM plans to build 700 hybrid pickups — 500 Chevrolet Silverados and 200 GMC Sierras — and market test them in California.
A federal judge turned up the heat on VW on Thursday, setting a March deadline for the German automaker to disclose whether it has found an emissions fix for 600,000 diesel vehicles that is acceptable to U.S. regulators.
Nissan disabled an app for the Leaf that left the electric car vulnerable to hackers, allowing someone to see the car’s driving history and other data.
Ford is recalling 51,470 Ford Transit wagons in North America for a potential problem with rear seat-belt buckles.
U.S. auto sales, after being slowed last month by winter storms, are on pace to reach the highest level for any February since 2000, some forecasters say.