Cadillac will add wireless charging of smartphones in the 2015 model ATS sport sedan and coupe launching this autumn. Compatible with Powermat and other in-phone wireless charging technologies, the feature eliminates the need for cords on board.
General Motors Korea has reached a tentative pay deal with its labour union, reportedly averting a potential strike.
As sticking points go, South Africa’s so-called ‘peace clause’ has proved exceptionally tricky to shift.
In another sign of a pick-up in supplier activity, family-owned Hella Hueck is reported to be planning an initial public offering later this year.
Nissan has added another 226,326 vehicles to an airbag recall in the US, taking the total to 664,628.
Following several complaints of defects, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is probing Dodge Chargers, Hyundai Sonatas and Isuzu trucks.
With an aim to penetrate the South American market, Tata Motors reportedly plans to build a passenger car assembly plant in Venezuela.
A new automated manual option for one of its models has proved a hit for Maruti Suzuki.
General Motors plans to expand and spend US$37.5m at its Lansing Delta Township (LDT) plant.
Jaguar Land Rover has purchased the largest privately owned collection of British cars.
Nissan Motor boosted operating profit 13.4% to JPY122.6bn for the first quarter of the 2014/15 fiscal year, a 5% margin on net revenues that climbed 10.4% to JPY2.47 trillion for the period.
Maruti’s Gurgaon labour union has taken up the cause of for workers arrested two years ago during unrest at the company’s Manesar plant which resulted in the death of a senior manager.