News and Articles About Automakers
Companies such as Ford and Toyota now recognize they may turn ride-hailing services and car sharing companies into steady customers for all sorts of vehicles.
The service launched almost four months ago.
The deal is a lifeline for Mitsubishi Motors, which is mired in its third scandal in two decades and has had $3 billion wiped off its market value
As a comparison, consider that General Motors Co.'s $48 billion market value is equivalent to about $4,800 for every vehicle it sold last year.
This is the first time that a Silicon Valley company has partnered with a traditional automaker to create a driverless vehicle.
Anonymous sources say the partnership could be announced soon.
Automakers are trying to appeal to younger consumers in major global cities who are less likely to buy a car.
Wireless charging could help accelerate the adoption of individually owned electric vehicles.
You can order a full tank of gas from your smartphone with the app from Seattle-based Booster.
Sidecar closed shop at the end of December after a multi-year fight to stay in the race against rivals Uber and Lyft and their ever-growing war chests and market shares.
The shared leasing pilot aims to attract customers who don't need a vehicle on a full-time basis, but still want some kind of ownership
The San Francisco-based Uber competitor announces a new $1 billion funding round that values it at $5.5 billion.
Europe's biggest motor manufacturer is battling a wider diesel emissions scandal affecting up to 11 million cars.
But this still only represents 1 percent of the vehicles that will be on the road.