America's automakers are zeroing in at the heart of the U.S. auto market: The compact SUV
Michigan is the final resting place for many important figures, a group that stretches from the civil rights movement to the auto industry.
The president test-drove an F-150 Lightning, and in a Q&A with reporters, Ford CEO Jim Farley said it’s future is even more ambitious.
Having a car guy in the White House is exciting to car designer-turned-state Sen. Mallory McMorrow, who knows what it'll take to base the electric vehicle revolution in Michigan.
The commitments from General Motors, Ford and Fiat-Chrysler to pivot toward electric gives Michigan drivers hope for a greener future.
But the companies choosing to stay silent, including some of the state's top employers of Black Michiganders, might surprise you.
President Trump is expected to praise Ford and GE’s efforts to produce ventilators in his Thursday visit to Ypsilanti.
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