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The Paris Motor Show is seeing more and more electric vehicles thanks to falling battery costs and reaction to Volkswagen's dieselgate scandal.
As part of its shift from home electronics to cars, Japanese giant Panasonic has been testing its new experimental self-driving vehicle.
Volkswagen shareholders are suing the car maker for 8.2 billion euros in damages because their VW shares plunged in the wake of the so-called dieselgate scandal.
Several diesel car brands emit higher levels of pollution than Volkswagen, a study by environmental group Transport and Environment has found, one year after the 'Dieselgate' scandal.
Car maker Fiat Chrysler is to recall nearly two million vehicles worldwide to resolve an air bag defect that has been linked to at least three deaths and five…
After marathon talks, Volkswagen and two of its parts suppliers have resolved a contract dispute that halted production of Golf and Passat models.
The German Economy Ministry is urging Volkswagen and two of its suppliers to quickly end a dispute that has created production delays at six plants including VW's main factory in Wolfsburg.
A spokesman at the company's Wolfsburg headquarters (headcount 60,000) said shortening staff hours were a possible response to supply problems.
The parents of a Star Trek actor who was crushed to death by his own Jeep are suing the makers Fiat Chrysler.
Electric car maker Tesla is to buy its sister company SolarCity which makes solar panels. CEO Elon Musk is the largest shareholder in both firms and chairman of SolarCity.
US safety regulators want detailed information from electric car maker Tesla about the design, operation and testing of its Autopilot technology following a fatal crash in May.
Sales of new cars in Britain fell in June but the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders said it was too early to link that to the Brexit vote.
Toyota is recalling nearly 3.4 million Prius and other cars to fix possible leaks from fuel emissions control units and a problem with airbag inflators made by the Swedish company Autoliv.
German vehicle maker Volkswagen is to pay a record 15.3 billion dollar settlement for cheating on US emissions tests.
The German financial watchdog has filed a complaint against the entire former board of Volkswagen over possible market manipulation.
Troubled Japanese air-bag maker Takata is reportedly talking to potential investors, including US private equity firm KKR, about a bail out.
Toyota has become the latest carmaker to invest in an on-demand ride-hailing company by forging a deal with Uber. It follows General Motors investing in Lyft and Volkswagen in Gett.
Tesla reportedly plans to move up the launch of high-volume production of its Model 3 to 2018 which will be difficult to achieve according to some suppliers and industry analysts.
Suzuki has joined Mitsubishi in admitting used the wrong fuel economy tests for some of its cars, but Japan's transport ministry said those two were the only carmakers to do that.
Volkswagen's share of the European car market remains depressed following its diesel emissions test-rigging scandal.
Honda has revealed a surprise net loss for the fourth quarter mostly due to the cost of recalls to replace faulty Takata made airbag inflators.
A lifeline for scandal-plagued Japanese carmaker Mitsubishi after larger rival Nissan says it will take a 34 percent stake.
Mitsubishi has not responded to a report in the Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun that it had used improper mileage tests on almost all its vehicles sold in Japan since 1991.
Takata has posted its third annual loss in the past four years, hit by costs for recalls of its potentially deadly airbag inflators.
Electric car maker Tesla plans to hugely accelerate production of its upcoming Model 3 mass-market vehicle to 500,000 cars a year from 2018, but sceptics are doubtful founder Elon Musk can do it.
Japan's Takata is going to recall and fix between 35 and 40 million additional airbag inflators in the United States.