Fifteen General Motors executives have been fired over the long-running scandal over faulty car ignitions.
General Motors plans to release the results of an investigation into the handling of a car recall which has been linked to deaths in the US.
Local manufactures need to be involved in the Land 400 military vehicle project, according to Assistant Defence Minister Stuart Robert.
Bus and coach manufacturer Custom Coaches has been placed into administration and, as a result, 100 jobs may be lost.
A newly-opened, state-of-the-art research facility in Geelong and a new innovation hub are part of plans to boost the role Australia will play in the global market for carbon fibre products. Brent Balinski reports.
Work is underway at luxury car company Aston Martin to expand its headquarters and prepare for its next generation of sportscars.
Electric car maker Tesla has been given a ‘junk’ rating, despite its Model S car being named fastest green car.
Google has designed its own self-driving car and it plans to build around 100 prototype vehicles for testing.
Holden has recalled 41,933 vehicles due to potential problems with pretensioner wiring harnesses.
Henrob plans to create 100 car parts manufacturing jobs in Wales and expects to increase its UK workforce to 300 by the end of 2015.
China-based Yanfeng Automotive Trim Systems has signed an agreement with US-based Johnson Controls to form the largest auto interiors company in the world.
Workers from Toyota’s Altona manufacturing facility will next week vote on proposed redundancy packages to be paid when their factory shuts in 2017.
Sales of Chinese-made cars in China have fallen this year as that nation’s overall car sales have grown strongly.
Holden may stop its Australian car making operations before its planned departure date of 2017 because its component suppliers may not last that long.
The manufacturing industry is doing well in Melbourne’s Brimbank and the job market is growing, according to Brimbank Council.
Toyota has said an extra 160 jobs at its Victorian technical centre could end as the company prepares to end manufacturing in Australia 2017.
Former industry minister, Senator Kim Carr, has rubbished the idea that the demise of our car industry was unavoidable. He spoke to Alan Johnson.
South Australia and Victoria will be expected to compete with each other to secure funding from the car industry assistance package.
Holden has done an about face and decided to keep its Lang Lang proving ground after its ends its Australian manufacturing operations by 2017.
The federal government announced an expanded, $155 million automotive assistance program yesterday.