This year's Frankfurt auto show was a shadow of its former self. That's a sign of a continent -- and a global industry -- in a state of flux.
The number of Spaniards under 35 with driver's licenses dropped by half in a decade. That's just one of the many challenges facing a European auto industry in "survival" mode.
A top female executive at Ford came to Toyota's HQ with a message for the industry: "Women are underrepresented."
A top female executive at Ford came to Toyota's headquarters in Dallas with a message for the industry: "Women are underrepresented."
As U.S. auto sales continue to decline, would-be buyers of auto dealerships are showing less of an appetite for making big deals.
The death of Daimler's Smart brand in North America last week is a lesson in timing and mission, an example of a brand unable to gain traction in a market where it was just too small.
Disruption met Detroit in a trio of deals announced last week. And this time, it was a good thing.
Jose Munoz comes to Hyundai with a reputation for being the architect of Nissan's brand-destroying stair-step incentives. He has a lot to prove to his new dealers.
Through all of their faults and failures, Elon Musk and Tesla continue to be the object of industry fascination — and envy.
Beneath the mixed U.S. auto sales results for March is an underlying current of uncertainty and downright trepidation.