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Ford Recalling Nearly 550K Super Duty Trucks

Ford Recalling Nearly 550K Super Duty Trucks

Ford Motor Co. issued a recall Friday for nearly 550,000 Super Duty pickups in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The action, which covers 547,538 trucks in the 2017 through 2019 model year, covers carpet flooring that could catch fire after a crash, the company said. The...
BMW Unplugs Range-Extending i3Rex

BMW Unplugs Range-Extending i3Rex

BMW is abandoning the range-extending version of its i3 city car, the automaker has confirmed, a senior executive saying the concept “has no future” as the Bavarian automaker prepares to expand its all-electric line-up. First introduced in 2014, the REx version of the...
FCA, PSA Set to Sign Binding Merger Agreement

FCA, PSA Set to Sign Binding Merger Agreement

Fiat Chrysler and PSA Peugeot Citroen plan to sign a binding merger agreement in the coming weeks, according to communications each company sent to its employees. The move would lock down the deal the two carmakers reached last month and further downplays concerns...
One Year After Arrest, Carlos Ghosn Fires Back

One Year After Arrest, Carlos Ghosn Fires Back

Carlos Ghosn has never been one to relax. As the long-time head of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, he spent much of his time winging around the world overseeing one of the auto industry’s largest empires. Today, despite being limited in his movements, he...
California Moves to Block Trump Fuel Efficiency Standard

California Moves to Block Trump Fuel Efficiency Standard

With the focus of the auto industry shifting west for the opening this week of the Los Angeles Auto Show, California is taking the lead in moving forward with a lawsuit that will block efforts by the Trump administration to roll back federal fuel efficiency standards....