New VW brand CEO Ralf Brandstätter will oversee its electric offensive and digitalization.
Fiat Chrysler and the PSA Group were reportedly told of the European Commission's concerns last week.
New car registrations in Germany for the month of May were only slightly higher than in April.
Bentley also announced it will likely delay its planned EV by one year to 2026.
In addition to the Model Y, Tesla's Berlin factory will produce batteries and powertrains.
Up to 500 jobs will be axed in a bid to return to profitable growth.
UAW's ex-president Gary Jones faces up to 57 months in prison.
Average CO2 emissions for new cars in the EU and UK increased for a second consecutive year in 2018.
FCA says it paid employees $500 extra on average after COVID-19 relief money.
Renault's plan includes the reorganization of four French plants, including Alpine's home Dieppe.
The automaker also decided to pull out Datsun from Russia and exit South Korea.
The new Alliance strategy aims to cut development costs by up to 40 percent.
Car showrooms in the UK will be open for business on June 1st.
Volvo customers will be offered a safe, contact-free option to have their cars serviced.
Tobias Moers will replace Andy Palmer at Aston Martin Lagonda from August 1.
A parts shortage from Mexico has forced GM to revise its production plans.
Jaguar Land Rover's retail sales slipped by 30 per cent in the first quarter.
Nissan will officially make an announcement next week, on May 28.
Geely's chairman has repeated his interested in a closer relationship with Daimler.