Volkswagen to recall 500,000 cars in China

by AFP
Recall due to a defect in rear axles.

AHG backs out of auto parts deal

Burson pursuing other options in WA, as AHG keeps Covs Parts.

New Chinese auto brand Qoros struggling to catch on

CEO: Sales levels ‘reasonable,’ but launching a new car brand is difficult.

Toyota recalls 1.75m vehicles

by AFP
Latest string of call backs follows brake, fire risk problems.

New car sales rise in September

Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows number of new cars sold in month rose 2.9%.

Surviving the end of auto manufacturing

It has become a case of adapt or die for Australia’s auto-parts makers.

Automobile sales gains slow in China

Passenger-car sales were weakest since drop in February 2013.

Tesla's hand-free highway model ready to roll next year

Automaker aims to beat its luxury rivals to the punch on autopilot functions.

Uber cedes to Berlin, cuts fares

New fares squeeze drivers amid aim to eliminate driver profits.

UK car sales hit 10-year high

September print indicates household spending strong despite stagnant wages.

GM recalls 524,400 cars in US

Auto maker seemingly struggles to meet safety standards in wake of ignition-switch fallout.

Panasonic creates company to make Tesla batteries

Says move will help Tesla advance mass market for electric vehicles.

Berkshire to enter auto market

Buffett's group unveils plans to buy largest private dealership in US.

Saab sheds nearly a third of staff

by AFP
Chinese-owned Swedish carmaker sheds 155 workers as it struggles to resolve financial difficulties.

GM outlines aggressive outlook

General Motors chief executive sets down optimistic growth outlook for the carmaker.

Saab sheds close to one third of staff

by AFP
Swedish carmaker struggles to resolve serious financial difficulties.

Tesla's China challenge: getting chargers installed

Tesla has big China ambitions but first must win over charger sceptics.

China lists industries to free up

by AP
Restrictions on foreign investment for several industries lifted in Shanghai FTZ.

Labor puts up a 'no exit' sign for Abbott

As petrol prices look set to accelerate, Labor aims to lock the Coalition into its roads policy with a counter-plan for rejuvenated urban public transport.

Nissan to make luxury cars in China

by AFP
Japanese carmaker says it has formed a new joint venture with its Chinese partner Dongfeng.