Industry disruptions tone down Ghosn

Today's auto industry is changing so rapidly that Carlos Ghosn — the hard-charging Nissan Motor Co. CEO famed for his fanaticism for specific results — will drop midterm numerical targets when he unveils his new business plan next year.

Russian gamers race to prevent nuclear ‘war’

“Attention! Attention!” blares the Russian voice from a loudspeaker. “The nuclear bombs will be launched in one hour.”

Ram to build current 1500 pickup into ’19

Fiat Chrysler will build the current version of the Ram light-duty pickup well into 2019, even after it launches a redesigned Ram 1500 in early 2018, Automotive News has learned.

VW seeks fresh start, joins crossover crowd with Atlas

For Volkswagen, the Atlas large crossover is more than just its first entry in the crowded and profitable field of family crossovers — it's a new beginning.

Successful Day at first 3×3 Arab Women Basketball Tournament

SHARJAH, 30th October, 2016 (WAM)–The first day of the 3×3 Arab Women Basketball Tournament has concluded, seeing 16 teams competing on the courts.

Mexican auto industry closely watching U.S. elections

The Mexican peso, which serves as a proxy for the nation's economic future, has jumped up and down for weeks as shifting polls show Hillary Clinton winning the race for the presidency or, conversely, Donald Trump closing the gap.

Adient begins life as world’s No. 1 seat maker

Today, Oct. 31, the largest automotive supplier nobody ever heard of is to start business. That would be the $17 billion Adient, which is to launch on the New York Stock Exchange as a newly independent company and the world's No.

Suppliers say industry downturn likely

Supplier index drops to most pessimistic outlook since 2012 – even as the industry outpaces last year.

Factbox: 10 facts about fast urban growth on World Cities Day

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – As the world sees the biggest wave of urban growth in history, with millions of people flocking to the fast-growing cities of the developing world, cities are…

Mercedes E-class sales are up, incentives down

Mercedes-Benz USA CEO Dietmar Exler says that the redesigned E-class sedan is selling well and availability is now strong.