The pressure on General Motors Co. is mounting as Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra prepares to testify before Congress at 2 p.m. about why the automaker waited more than a decade to recall cars linked to 13 deaths.
President Barack Obama has put $5 billion in taxpayer money behind his goal of having 1 million electric cars on U.S. roads by 2015. The Republican presidential ticket says it’s money wasted on “losers.”
Nissan Motor Co.’s struggle to move ahead of Honda Motor Co. in the U.S. hangs on the new Altima being shown today in New York. It’s designed to boost the sedan’s appeal after it passed Accord in 2011 to become the No. 2-selling car.
General Motors Co.’s Chevrolet Volt widened its lead as the top-selling U.S. rechargeable car this year and Toyota Motor Corp. expanded plug-in Prius deliveries as Nissan Motor Co. said it’s working to boost electric Leaf sales.