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Chrysler sets pace with 20% gain on Jeep, truck volume

Automotive Business Review - il y a 3 heures 9 min
Major automakers, led by Chrysler's 20 percent gain, posted higher sales in July on strong retail and fleet demand. Sales rose 10 percent at Ford and 11 percent at Nissan.

Chrysler sales rise 20% on Jeep, trucks

Automotive Business Review - il y a 3 heures 9 min
Strong demand for the new Jeep Cherokee and other trucks -- as well as hefty incentives on older models -- helped boost Chrysler Group's U.S. sales 20 percent in July.

Tesla: room to vroom?

Financial Times - il y a 3 heures 38 min
Electric carmaker’s ride has been an enjoyable one for shareholders, but how long can this show stay on the road?

ZF supervisory board supports TRW takeover talks, report says

Automotive Business Review - il y a 3 heures 52 min
ZF's supervisory board has given its support to continuing negotiations to buy safety components supplier, TRW Automotive Holdings, sources told Bloomberg.

Fiat says ciao to Italy as merger with Chrysler ends era

Automotive Business Review - il y a 6 heures 45 min
Fiat is leaving home after 115 years.The controlling Agnelli family and other investors voted today to seal the end of Fiat as an Italian company and approved a merger with Chrysler.

Tesla's Q2 net loss widens to $62 million as randd expenses soar

Automotive Business Review - 31 juill. 2014 - 21:39
Tesla's net loss widened to $61.9 million in the second quarter even though it assembled and delivered record numbers of Model S electric cars. Revenues surged nearly 90 percent.

Tesla plans massive China expansion

Financial Times - 31 juill. 2014 - 21:08
Elon Musk says as many as a third of the company’s global network of service centres would be located in China by the end of next year

Supplier exec pleads guilty to price-fixing, remains an employee

Automotive Business Review - 31 juill. 2014 - 21:02
An executive from GS Electech, a supplier to Toyota, pleaded guilty Thursday to playing a role in an international conspiracy to rig bids and fix prices on auto parts, the Department of Justice said.

Supplier exec pleads guilty to fixing Toyota parts prices

Automotive Business Review - 31 juill. 2014 - 21:02
An executive from GS Electech, a supplier to Toyota, pleaded guilty today to playing a role in an international conspiracy to rig bids and fix prices on auto parts, the Department of Justice said.

Superior's Q2 net income drops 21%; Ark. plant to close

Automotive Business Review - 31 juill. 2014 - 20:17
Aluminum wheel supplier Superior Industries International said today that its second-quarter net income tumbled 21 percent from the year-earlier period to $5 million on flat sales of $199 million.

BorgWarner net income up 9% for Q2 as engine division grows

Automotive Business Review - 31 juill. 2014 - 19:24
BorgWarner, a supplier of turbochargers and emissions systems, reported a 9 percent increase in net income for the second quarter as its engine division grows and the European market -- which makes up about half of the company's customer base --...

Future car colors inspired by Midwest homes, landscape, BASF says

Automotive Business Review - 31 juill. 2014 - 18:38
Future cars and light trucks will sport more sparkling oranges and browns, soft blues and greens, and pearly whites and grays -- all inspired by the clear skies, lush lawns and warm homes found in the nation's heartland -- according to trend...

Denso's quarterly profit falls on Japan labor costs, compact car shift

Automotive Business Review - 31 juill. 2014 - 18:28
Denso, the Toyota-affiliated auto supplier, posted a 16.7 percent drop in April-June quarterly operating profit from a year earlier as domestic labor costs rose and as automakers sold more compact cars in Japan that tend to be less profitable.

GM missed red flag from rental car firms on fatal crashes

Automotive Business Review - 31 juill. 2014 - 17:23
More than seven years before GM began the biggest wave of auto recalls in history, an investigator for Vanguard Car Rental contacted the carmaker about a fatal rollover crash in California. Vanguard wasn't alone.

European groups warn on Russia sanctions

Financial Times - 31 juill. 2014 - 16:55
Adidas, Metro, VW, Siemens, Shell and others say the European Union’s sanctions on Moscow are hitting their businesses

Delphi reports strong Q2 profit, but next quarter may disappoint

Automotive Business Review - 31 juill. 2014 - 16:36
Delphi Automotive Plc today reported stronger-than-expected second-quarter profits, but offered a lower forecast for the third quarter.

Mazda, Subaru profit from strong U.S. sales amid downturn in Japan

Automotive Business Review - 31 juill. 2014 - 15:43
Japanese automakers Mazda and Subaru parent company Fuji Heavy Industries said they are on track for record full-year profits after strong sales in the United States powered double-digit profit growth in the April-June quarter.

VW hit by fall in emerging markets sales

Financial Times - 31 juill. 2014 - 12:03
Carmaker’s second quarter operating profit declines 3% to €3.3bn compared with the same quarter a year ago but China sales still flourishing

Tesla, Panasonic agree to team on U.S. gigafactory

Automotive Business Review - 31 juill. 2014 - 12:02
Tesla Motors and Panasonic have agreed to cooperate on the construction and operation of the American carmaker's so-called gigafactory, its envisioned large-scale battery manufacturing plant in the United States.

VW profit falls in Q2 amid emerging-market troubles

Automotive Business Review - 31 juill. 2014 - 10:38
Volkswagen said operating profit declined 3.1 percent in the second quarter as U.S. sales fell and emerging-market volatility weighed on earnings.
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