As rivals trimmed forecasts, the automaker surprised with upbeat 2019 guidance.
It's not a surprising or revolutionary product, but it's pretty important.
The automaker is developing a super-flexible architecture for electric vehicles. First up: This Cadillac.
After a rough 2018, Ford isn't yet sure what's coming in 2019.
The automaker's preliminary results for 2018 disappointed Wall Street, and a lack of detailed guidance for 2019 didn't help.
At the time, it was the largest IPO in American history -- but Henry Ford never wanted it to happen.
The company is already laying the groundwork for a turnaround.
Bucking a pessimistic trend, the automaker released upbeat guidance for 2019.
After years of leadership, Ford's Explorer got beaten -- badly -- by Toyota in 2018. Can it fight back?
FCA will pay about $800 million to settle emissions cheating charges. But more trouble could lie ahead.
NIO had a good year, but a slumping market and some stiff competition lie ahead.
The automaker's global revamp effort has arrived in Europe, where profits have been scarce recently.
The short answer: A lot of new models.
Which slumping auto stock is the better bet now?
Which of these beaten-up auto stocks is the bear-market gem?
Two big factors threaten to throw a wrench into NIO's expansion plans -- and Tesla is one.
Growing concerns about a U.S. slowdown hit the Detroit automakers' stocks hard last month.
Potential labor troubles and a possible economic slowdown have investors worried.
A dismal report from China was a big factor.
A slump in China and concerns in the U.S. hurt lots of auto-related stocks last month.