Ford Motor Co., taking its 50-year old Mustang global for the first time, today unveiled a revamped muscle car boasting a sleeker look and optional smaller engine that will target the widest set of buyers ever.
General Motors Co. is pulling its Chevy brand out of Europe, reversing a decade-old sales strategy, as a revival at the carmaker’s Opel and Vauxhall divisions beats the U.S. nameplate’s performance in the region.
Almost 50 years after Ford Motor Co.’s first Mustang introduced Americans to the fast and affordable pony car, the automaker is counting on a new design it unveils on four continents tomorrow to spur global sales.
A profitable General Motors Co. is poised to shake off a half decade of U.S. government oversight next month, underscoring the comeback of a once-moribund industry and gaining leeway over a $26.8 billion cash pile that it can use to lure talent while weighing a dividend.
General Motors Co. said its redesigned Chevrolet Colorado mid-sized pickup, introduced today at the Los Angeles Auto Show, has greater towing capacity than Toyota Motor Corp.’s Tacoma as the automaker returns to the segment to challenge the market leader.
Tesla Motors Inc., under U.S. scrutiny for vehicle-fire risk, is seeking to head off a months- long investigation that could lead to expensive upgrades and longer-term damage to the image of electric cars.