Is there an auto bubble on the horizon?

Strong auto sales are dangerously dependent on cheap debt. Are auto loans the next ‘Big Short’?

Sizzle returns to the auto show

With the U.S. economy on the mend, automakers get back to what they do best at car shows: delight and entertain

Ford India apologizes for ad showing Silvio Berlusconi and bound women in car trunk

Ford India is making apologies for three advertisements that never ran, one of which showed former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi in the front seat of a Ford Figo with three bound women in the trunk.

Detroit auto show: Return of the trucks

After three years of smaller cars, Americans just like to drive trucks

Europe’s own carmageddon

The auto industry is in full-blown crisis yet again, but this time it’s not Detroit


Automakers must double down saving gas

New rules say that cars must improve fuel efficiency, but will consumers buy them?


State of the anti-union

Automakers are flooding to the Deep South for cheap, union-free labour

Car sharing company rolls into campus

Say goodbye to grocery bags on the bus


Chrysler: Detroit’s comeback kid

Chrysler that has staged the most miraculous comeback of all the automakers


Toronto councillor asked to remove logo from Facebook page

Mammoliti used the company’s “Built Ford Tough” logo without permission


Just don’t call it a truck

Ford filed a lawsuit to stop Ferrari from calling its new race car the F150


The greenest car of all?

Nissan believes its purely electric Leaf car, not hybrids, is the way of the future