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NTSB says automakers need to better arm emergency responders

Crash investigators are increasingly concerned about the risks lithium ion batteries pose.

GM, Unifor go from strife to ‘right solutions’

Since November GM and Unifor have agreed to new contracts that include up to $1.8 billion in new investments in the automaker's Canadian assembly plants.

EV design for Japan's tight turns

Toyota returns its electric efforts to Japan with the C+Pod, a two-seat battery-powered runabout it says paves a new road in EV micromobility.

Ford’s award winners represent today, tomorrow

It's the first time a brand has won multiple North American Car, Utility and Truck of the Year awards in a single year since Chevrolet did so in 2014 with the Corvette Stingray and Silverado.

Jeep plans swift expansion in Japan

The American off-road icon plans to add 18 more dealers in Japan in a bid to increase sales by almost half in the next three years.