Mazda-Toyota alliance prepares to break ground on $1.6 billion Alabama auto plantNov. 16
Daimler will start building EV battery plant in U.S.Oct. 8
2 U.S. senators introduce bill that would delay auto tariffs until study conductedJuly 25
Doug Jones, an Alabama Democrat, and Lamar Alexander, a Tennessee Republican -- who represent states where foreign automakers build cars -- introduced bipartisan legislation that would bar the Trump administration from imposing up to 25 percent tariffs on imported cars and parts until the International Trade Commission conducted a study.
Chamber of Commerce maps out states most vulnerable to Trump tariffsJuly 3
Trump aide calls GM's tariff warning 'smoke and mirrors'July 1
BMW and Hyundai are the latest automakers to urge the U.S. not to impose tariffs on auto imports, joining GM in pressing their case, even as a top aide to President Donald Trump dismissed their concerns.
Toyota, Mazda: Drama behind the rush to AlabamaJan. 15
Local Toyota dealer braces for a boostJan. 15
Toyota-Mazda's Alabama plant will have room to expandJan. 11
Toyota, Mazda select Alabama for $1.6 billion plantJan. 9
Alabama will be the site of a new $1.6 billion Toyota and Mazda auto plant, the companies and state leaders said. The plant, which will employ up to 4,000 people and produce about 300,000 vehicles a year, will be located near Huntsville, Ala.