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Tesla reveals first driverless car death

Financial Times - il y a 1 heure 22 min
Regulators probe role technology may have played in accident

NHTSA investigates fatal crash of Tesla Model S in Autopilot mode

Automotive Business Review - il y a 3 heures 6 min
NHTSA opened a preliminary investigation into 25,000 Tesla cars after a fatal crash in Florida involving a Model S with the "Autopilot" feature engaged, putting new scrutiny on emerging autonomous technology.

U.S. opens investigation into fatal crash in Tesla

Automotive Business Review - il y a 3 heures 6 min
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened a preliminary investigation into 25,000 Tesla Model S cars after a fatal crash involving a vehicle using the "Autopilot" mode.

Unifor loses organizing vote at 2 Toyota plants in Ontario

Automotive Business Review - il y a 3 heures 31 min
Maintenance workers at two Toyota assembly plants in Ontario voted against unionization, in a recruiting setback for Unifor, one of Canada's biggest unions.

Elio Motors shows off three-wheel test vehicle

Automotive Business Review - il y a 6 heures 5 min
Elio Motors provided a look at its first test vehicle, in what the company calls one of its 'most important milestones' before the planned 2017 launch of its three-wheeled vehicles.

Toyota adds child models to virtual crash test software

Automotive Business Review - il y a 6 heures 15 min
Toyota said it is including child-size models for the first time in the latest update of its virtual crash test dummy software, which is sold globally to automakers, suppliers and researchers.

U.S. tells certain 2001-03 Honda owners to stop driving

Automotive Business Review - il y a 7 heures 17 min
U.S. officials warned owners of certain 2001-03 Honda and Acura vehicles to stop driving the cars, citing new data showing the vehicles' Takata airbag inflators have as much as a 50 percent chance of exploding in a crash.

VW believes it can fix 85,000 polluting 3.0-liter U.S. vehicles

Automotive Business Review - il y a 7 heures 35 min
A lawyer for Volkswagen AG said the German automaker believes it can fix 85,000 polluting 3.0-liter VW, Audi and Porsche diesel cars and SUVs, a move that could help the company avoid a second pricey buyback.

Dealers should play a role in auto safety education, NTSB official says

Automotive Business Review - il y a 8 heures 47 min
Auto dealers should have a role in educating consumers on properly using potentially life-saving vehicle technology, a National Transportation Safety Board member said.

Japan automakers recall 1.3 million cars at home over Takata airbags

Automotive Business Review - il y a 13 heures 14 min
Japanese automakers recalled about 1.3 million cars at home as part of an expanded recall of potentially faulty airbags from Takata, with some planning more recalls overseas that could affect more than 1 million additional cars.

Industry's sales record streak to end in 2016?

Automotive Business Review - il y a 19 heures 45 min
A newly released report from AlixPartners forecasts U.S. light-vehicle sales of 17.5 million in 2017 -- down slightly from this year's 17.8 million forecast. The consulting firm expects U.S. sales to bottom out at 15.2 million vehicles in 2019.

Robert Cox, ad man behind Ford's 'Quality is Job 1' pitch, dies

Automotive Business Review - 29 juin 2016 - 22:30
Robert Cox, an outspoken New York advertising executive who helped Ford embrace the slogan 'Quality is Job 1' in the 1980s and later crafted ad campaigns for Honda and Saturn, has died. He was 78.

GM economist sees negligible impact of Brexit on U.S. autos, for now

Automotive Business Review - 29 juin 2016 - 20:18
It is too soon to measure the impact of the British vote to leave the EU on General Motors, but the decision will likely not have much effect on the company in its home market, GM's chief economist said on Wednesday.

GM economist sees negligible impact of Brexit on U.S. autos

Automotive Business Review - 29 juin 2016 - 20:18
General Motors chief economist Mustafa Mohataram said the automaker sees no significant impact to the U.S. auto market from U.K. voters' recent decision to exit the European Union.

Former N.Y. Nissan dealer to repay customers nearly $102,000 for illegal fees, fraud

Automotive Business Review - 29 juin 2016 - 19:49
A former New York dealer has agreed to pay $101,986 in restitution to 119 consumers for charging them illegal fees and employing deceptive sales and advertising tactics, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said.

For one VW owner, satisfaction won't come easy

Automotive Business Review - 29 juin 2016 - 19:45
Under Volkswagen's proposed $14.7 billion make-good for skirting U.S. diesel emissions rules, there won't be a quick and tidy resolution to the mess for many VW owners.

Musk’s dream of a solar-powered future

Financial Times - 29 juin 2016 - 18:22
The entrepreneur’s vision is not that far-fetched, writes Richard Waters

GM slashes 4G broadband data-plan pricing

Automotive Business Review - 29 juin 2016 - 18:19
General Motors is cutting rates in half on its OnStar 4G LTE data plans, a bid to drive greater use of in-vehicle Internet service and plug what the company sees as a key differentiator.

Vroom will make cash offers to private sellers on eBay

Automotive Business Review - 29 juin 2016 - 17:00
Online veteran eBay and online upstart Vroom have teamed up to pilot a program that will give eBay customers another option to sell their vehicles for cash and Vroom another way to source vehicles for its used-car operations.

2017 Smart ForTwo Cabrio priced at $19,650

Automotive Business Review - 29 juin 2016 - 15:38
The 2017 Smart ForTwo Cabrio will be the cheapest convertible on the market at $19,650, with shipping, when it arrives in U.S. dealerships this fall, Mercedes-Benz USA said.
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