Toyota Motor Corp (ADR)

NYSE: TM
$124.97
+$1.14 (+0.9%)
Closing price July 10, 2020
Tesla announced Thursday that it delivered more than 90,000 vehicles in the second quarter despite the fact that its California plant was closed for 41 days due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than two dozen state and local governments along with several environmental groups and five automakers have indicated their intention to file briefs in a lawsuit against the EPA related to...
Toyota is no longer the most valuable car company as measured by market capitalization. That honor now belongs to Tesla, even though Tesla sells a fraction of the vehicles Toyota does each year.
U.S. carmakers believe that they need to begin to make cars again or wait on the sidelines while their cash balances are depleted. Will they put the health of factory workers in jeopardy?
Tesla has filed suit against the county where its U.S. auto assembly plant is located, claiming that county officials have exceeded their authority and should allow the plant to restart operations....
The average age of a car on the road in America is over 11 years. This poses a nearly impossible dilemma for manufacturers as they try to get sales back to former levels.
New car sales in the European Union fell by 55% in March leading to a decline of more than 25% for the first quarter. Lockdowns related to the coronavirus pandemic get the blame for the declines.
To say that the auto industry is about to take a beating due to the coronavirus pandemic is perhaps an understatement.
Ford continues to struggle while several rivals take U.S. market share. Ford needs to make a stand somewhere, if it can.
Tesla's stock will not double again. There are too many factors that already have begun to weigh on it, particularly future sales growth and competition.
New car sales in the European Union rose over 1% year over year in 2019 to more than 15 million vehicles. U.S. automakers Ford and Fiat Chrysler both posted lower year-over-year sales totals.
For the fifth consecutive year, new vehicle sales in the United States topped 17 million. Since the peak in 2016, however, sales are down 2.5%.
Auto sales should stay steady, moving along at a near-record pace, in October. However, some car companies will suffer a fall-off in sales.
Year-to-date U.S. sales for most automakers trail 2018 sales for the same period. But the declines are generally modest, however, with one significant exception.
General Motors and Volkswagen have indicated that the companies plan to focus their electric vehicle development on all-electric vehicles while Ford and Toyota intend to continue hybrid electric...