Auto Parts Industry News
Ford, Nationwide Offer Usage-Based Insurance

Customers in 39 states with qualifying 2020 Ford or Lincoln vehicles can purchase a policy in minutes and become eligible to save up to 40%.

The ICE Age Isn’t Over

Internal combustion engines are expected to maintain their dominant U.S. market share through 2030.

US New-Vehicle Sales Will Top 17 Million In 2020: Edmunds

A strong economy and stable finance rates are expected to help keep the momentum going.

American Honda Restores a Chevy Pickup

Shortly after American Honda Motor Co. first opened for business in 1959, the company purchased a small fleet of Chevy pickups to deliver motorcycles to its fledgling dealers across Southern California.

DRiV to Supply Monroe Intelligent Suspension Technology on 2020 Toyota GR Supra Sports Coupe

The company’s continuously variable semi-active (CVSAe) suspension technology will be featured on the coupe, which will be available for sale in spring 2019.

General Motors Launches Parts Discount Program for Fleets

The program covers more than 450,000 GM Genuine Parts and ACDelco maintenance and repair parts, according to the automaker.

GM to Build Chevy Electric Vehicle at Orion Township, Michigan, Assembly Plant

Among the factors influencing the decision to produce the new EV domestically, GM noted the Orion plant currently builds the Bolt EV, and the new Chevrolet EV will be based on an advanced version of the same vehicle architecture.

63 Percent of Automotive Execs Believe USMCA Will Drive Production Costs Higher: Survey

While the majority of automotive executives believe the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) will have a positive impact on their companies in the long run, many of them also believe the newly negotiated trade pact will increase their production costs in the short term.

Hyundai Delivers First 2019 NEXO Fuel-Cell SUV

The NEXO is the only mass-produced fuel-cell SUV for the U.S. market, boasting a range of up to 380 miles, according to Hyundai.

U.S. Auto Sales Poised for a Strong December, ‘Forecast-Beating Year’

A Cox Automotive forecast estimates the seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) for December new-vehicle sales at 17.2 million units.

New-Vehicle Sales Will Take a Hit from Higher Prices, Interest Rates in 2019: Edmunds

On average, new vehicles are $3,000 more expensive now than they were three years ago, and car shoppers can expect to pay nearly $1,800 more in interest over the course of a five-year auto loan.

Delphi Technologies, Valeo Join Information-Sharing Group Focused on Vehicle Cybersecurity

The Auto-ISAC operates as a central hub to share and analyze intelligence about emerging cybersecurity risks.