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Jeep, Ram propel Chrysler sales up 20%

Automotive Business Review - 3 sept. 2014 - 13:15
Chrysler Group posted a 20 percent increase in August U.S. sales, aided by bigger discounts and surging demand for the Ram pickup and Jeep lineup.

Audi CEO sees strong sales growth despite Russia, emerging markets slowdown

Automotive Business Review - 3 sept. 2014 - 09:40
Audi expects to sell more than 1.7 million cars this year as China and the U.S. offset lower sales in Russia and other emerging markets, CEO Rupert Stadler said.

Tesla says it didn't violate Georgia regulations

Automotive Business Review - 3 sept. 2014 - 02:24
Tesla Motors, facing a challenge from Georgia dealerships over how it sells cars, said claims made in a petition filed on behalf of auto retailers in the state that it breached its license agreement aren't valid.

Land Rover sets base Discovery Sport price at $38,920

Automotive Business Review - 3 sept. 2014 - 00:00
The seven-seat Discovery Sport, the first vehicle in a new family of Land Rovers aimed at buyers in the middle of the luxury market, will go on sale in early 2015 with a base price of $38,920, including shipping.

GM says early orders surge for Colorado pickup

Automotive Business Review - 2 sept. 2014 - 23:25
Chevrolet dealers requested nearly 30,000 Colorado pickups in the month since GM began taking orders for the midsize truck -- about five times more than the company had forecast.

Tesla stock reaches new record high after bullish analyst report

Automotive Business Review - 2 sept. 2014 - 20:02
Tesla Motors shares rose to another record high after an analyst report cited the electric-car maker's increasing production and said it may be worth $400 a share even before it starts making a lower-priced model.

VinSolutions promotes 2 managers after exec departs

Automotive Business Review - 2 sept. 2014 - 19:39
Dealership software supplier VinSolutions has promoted two of its top managers, effective immediately, upon the departure of executive Brian Skutta, the company said today.

Mercedes faces speed bump in China drive

Financial Times - 2 sept. 2014 - 15:49
Beijing’s ant-trust probe poses threat to three top German luxury marques but signals so far suggest Mercedes and Audi face a rougher ride than BMW

Aston Martin appoints new chief executive

Financial Times - 2 sept. 2014 - 15:31
Maker of James Bond’s getaway car seeks to restore its fortunes with new management and products, in what could be make or break period

Ford abandons practice of removing items to boost heavy-duty pickup payload ratings

Automotive Business Review - 2 sept. 2014 - 14:35
Ford said it will abandon its practice of stripping removable items from its heavy-duty pickups to boost their payload ratings and will join competitors in using base curb weights.

Ford abandons practice of removing items to boost pickup payload ratings

Automotive Business Review - 2 sept. 2014 - 14:35
Ford said it will abandon its practice of stripping removable items from its pickups to boost their payload ratings and will join competitors in using base curb weights.

Chrysler Group's hot streak putting heat on competition

Automotive Business Review - 2 sept. 2014 - 13:55
As Jeep benefits from consumers' renewed attraction to SUVs, Chrysler Group also has been aided by strong demand for Ram pickups and Town and Country minivans. That helped propel its U.S.

Chrysler Group's hot streak putting heat on the competition

Automotive Business Review - 2 sept. 2014 - 13:55
As Jeep benefits from consumers' renewed attraction to SUVs, Chrysler Group also has been aided by strong demand for Ram pickups and Town and Country minivans. That helped propel its U.S.

China targeting auto industry, other foreign companies unfairly, U.S. group says

Automotive Business Review - 2 sept. 2014 - 11:30
China is targeting foreign companies -- including automakers and suppliers -- with opaque laws and rules, according to a group representing U.S. businesses there, contributing to a deteriorating environment for investment in the nation.

Nissan exec Palmer leaves to become Aston Martin CEO

Automotive Business Review - 2 sept. 2014 - 07:56
Andy Palmer, the car-guy chief planning officer at Nissan, who was once tipped as a possible future CEO, is leaving the company to head UK sports-car maker Aston Martin.

Nissan exec Palmer leaves company; will become Aston Martin CEO, source says

Automotive Business Review - 2 sept. 2014 - 07:56
Andy Palmer, the car-guy chief planning officer at Nissan, who was once tipped as a possible future CEO of the company, is leaving the automaker. Palmer will become CEO of UK luxury sports car maker Aston Martin, a source said.

Nissan exec Palmer to leave Nissan; will become Aston Martin CEO, source says

Automotive Business Review - 2 sept. 2014 - 07:56
Andy Palmer, the car-guy chief planning officer at Nissan, who was once tipped as a possible future CEO of the company, is leaving the automaker. Palmer will become CEO of UK luxury sports car maker Aston Martin, a source said.

Speed enthusiasts drive traffic to Infiniti, BMW

Automotive Business Review - 2 sept. 2014 - 05:01
Two new entries in our weekly viral video rankings showcase the appeal of speed.

Burgers and BMWs highlight N Korea change

Financial Times - 1 sept. 2014 - 07:34
From US-style fast food at a showpiece water park to foreign cars on once-empty streets, evidence of informal markets abounds during FT visit to Pyongyang

Jeep likely to give next-gen Wrangler an aluminum body

Automotive Business Review - 1 sept. 2014 - 05:01
A redesign of the Wrangler remains the biggest job on Jeep's to-do list in the next three years.
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