Auto Industry Gets Serious About Lighter MaterialsWhat sounds like a science experiment could be your next car.
Detroit Automakers Worry About UAW Money StrugglesDetroit's three automakers — Ford, Chrysler and General Motors — are increasingly anxious about the 78-year-old union's future. For them, it's a "devil you know" situation.
Survey: Car Quality Dinged By Tech GlitchesJust when automakers had reached their highest-ever levels of quality, technology glitches are dragging their scores down.
PwC Study Finds Automakers Taking Design Ideas From Social MediaThey're calling it "co-creation" -- automakers using the information gathered from customer engagement through social media to design their next generation of products.
Ford Joins Effort To Speed Development Of Hydrogen Fuel Cell CarsMany automakers have been testing the hydrogen fuel cell vehicles for years, but so far haven't been able to bring costs down enough to sell the vehicles in mass markets.
Quality Improvement Boosts Customer Satisfaction for AutomakersCustomer satisfaction at the national level is exactly where it stood at the start of 2012, and as far back as two years ago, according to a report released Tuesday by the American Customer Satisfaction Index.
Domestic Brands Stumble In Consumer Reports SurveyConsumer Reports subscribers put Toyota's youth-oriented Scion brand number one, with 24 Japanese models earning the highest ratings.
Compuware: Automakers Missing Mobile Opportunity Due To Poor Site PerformanceCompuware Corp. Tuesday announced the launch a new United States Automotive Mobile Site Performance Index -- and the state of the automaker mobile site art is abysmal..
Japanese Car Companies Bounce Back After DisasterJapanese car companies appear to be bouncing back from the devastation of last March's earthquake and tsunami.
Event Notices From June 29The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan's technology-focused companies and institutions
Senator Levin Gets His Own VoltIt's a brand new Chevy Volt for Senator Carl Levin, it's his first electric vehicle.
Chrysler Envisions Major Revenue Stream With FiatFiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne says the two automakers potentially could generate combined revenues of euro100 billion ($141 billion dollars) by 2014.