Top Stories

Latest Video

SMART PARTNERSHIPS: Nobody likes asking for help. And yet, to ensure your company will have a presence in the rapidly changing world of transportation and mobility, you're going to need some help. Explore issue No. 2 of our new magazine.
■ City envy: Forging partnerships to address mobility
■ Empty highways in Isreal fill with self-driving cars
■ Cities vie to become hubs for connected vehicles
■ How cities connect
■ More
Turn the pages of our digital edition

The trouble with tariffs: We won't innovate

If a key aim of the Trump import tariffs is to make America the global hot spot for auto innovation, industry leaders say the administration is going about it in a strange way.

More News Most Read Voices Photo Galleries

Detroit auto show moves to June to boost appeal

The Detroit auto show is undergoing a drastic reorganization in 2020, when it will move from the dead of winter to early June to better appeal to car shoppers — and the growing list of automakers that have dropped out in recent years...


The trouble with tariffs: We won't innovate

If a key aim of the Trump import tariffs is to make America the global hot spot for auto innovation, industry leaders say the administration is going about it in a strange way.


Buick asks buyers to pay more, and they do

One of every four Enclaves sold is an Avenir, and after a March investment that boosted Avenir production, GM is studying additional ways to get even more inventory to help meet demand for the $54,495-and-up crossover.

An EU trade deal the U.S. could refuse

Anxious to avoid an all-out automotive trade war with the U.S., European Union officials and German automakers are ready to deal. And they have a straightforward proposal, too: Drop vehicle tariffs on both sides of the Atlantic.


Looking back on Honda's brush with the UAW

The UAW's quest to organize Marysville would come up short against the patience of Honda executive Shige Yoshida, who brushed off pressure from Japan brass to recognize the union.


U.S.-built Ariel Atom stars at Goodwood

British makers of esoteric, scare-you-silly road cars rarely prosper but Ariel is bucking the trend. For one, it has hit upon an excellent way to service the U.S. -- have the cars built locally under license.

UPDATED: 7/20/18 4:15 pm ET - adds stock close
Gentex boosts Q2 net income 23%

Mirror supplier Gentex reported a healthy gain in net income for the second quarter, but trimmed its full-year 2018 revenue guidance slightly.

Futurismo Podcast

Will this car be your friend?

In the fifth episode of Season 3 of Futurismo, Automotive News' podcast on tomorrow's cars, we're going to look closely at the relationship between the car and the driver — or, maybe in the future, the passenger.


Email Newsletters
  • General newsletters
  • (Weekdays)
  • (Mondays)
  • (As needed)
  • Video newscasts
  • (Weekdays)
  • (Weekdays)
  • (Saturdays)
  • Special interest newsletters
  • (Thursdays)
  • (Tuesdays)
  • (Monthly)
  • (Monthly)
  • (Wednesdays)
  • (Bimonthly)
  • Special reports
  • (As needed)
  • (As needed)
  • Communication preferences
  • You can unsubscribe at any time through links in these emails. For more information, see our Privacy Policy.