GM Loses Bid To Skip Recall For Lights That Are Too BrightGeneral Motors has lost a bid to avoid recalling about 727,000 small SUVs in the U.S. with headlight beams that can be too bright and cause glare for oncoming drivers.
Michigan Gas Prices Jump 12 Cents OvernightAccording to AAA Michigan, the state average is now $3.74 a gallon, which is a nearly 40 cent jump from where it was this time last week.
‘Prices Not Coming Down Anytime Soon’ Auto Expert Offers Tips On Being A Savvy Vehicle ShopperA expert gives tips on finding the best options for those in the market for a vehicle during inflation.
Ford Splits EV, Internal Combustion Into Individual BusinessesFord will split its electric vehicle and internal combustion operations into two individual businesses to accelerate its adaptation of new technology and the Detroit automaker said Wednesday that its transformation into an EV company is accelerating.
Ford Delays Return To Office For Majority Of Salaried Workers To AprilFord once again delayed its return-to-office procedures for the majority of its salaried employees.
Major Automakers Respond To Russian Invasion, Offer Support To UkraineAutomakers including General Motors are taking a stand against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.
GM Cruise Co-Founder Kyle Vogt Takes Over CEO RoleGeneral Motors said Monday that Kyle Vogt will take over as CEO of its Cruise autonomous vehicle subsidiary, a company he helped found in 2013.
Michigan Matters: Film Incentives Making a Comeback?Michigan once had the most lucrative film incentives in the nation in 2008 but were ended in 2015. Now, some state legislators are trying to bring a modified version back as Peter Klein, Secretary-Treasurer of Michigan Film Industry Association, talked about on  CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.” 
Ford CEO: No Plan To Spin Off EV Business, But Change ComingThe CEO of Ford Motor Co. says the automaker has no plans to spin off its electric vehicle or internal combustion businesses, but is reinventing itself by removing costs and ramping up for large-scale EV and software sales.
Stellantis Reports Massive Profit, UAW Workforce Eligible For $14,000 Profit-Sharing ChecksAutomaker Stellantis is reporting massive profits in its 2021 year-end review.
Ford Recalls 330,000 Mustangs To Fix Rear Camera ProblemFord is recalling more than 330,000 Mustangs in the U.S. to fix backup camera displays that go blank or become distorted.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Lawyer Escalate Fight With Securities RegulatorsElon Musk and his lawyers are escalating their fight with U.S. securities regulators, with a lawyer accusing them of leaking investigative information, and the Tesla CEO alleging on Twitter that government corruption is being exposed.
Tesla Faces Another US Investigation: Unexpected BrakingU.S. auto safety regulators have launched another investigation of Tesla, this time tied to complaints that its cars can stop on roads for no apparent reason.
GM To Restart Production Of Chevy Bolt After Battery Fire RecallsGeneral Motors says it will start making Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles again in early April after an eight-month pause due to a series of battery fire recalls.
Here's Another Sneak Peek Of GM's Superbowl Ad Featuring Dr. EvilThe automaker is expected to advertise its electric future and has Dr. Evil sharing a message in support.