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Alfa dealers urged to offer luxury services

Automotive Business Review - 30 août 2014 - 05:01
Chrysler Group expects Alfa Romeo dealers to provide luxury services -- such as home pickup and delivery for repairs -- despite having only a handful of cars to sell for the next two years.

GM 8-speed likely to get wide use

Automotive Business Review - 30 août 2014 - 05:01
The eight-speed automatic transmission that will soon debut in the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette is expected to get broad use in General Motors trucks and luxury cars in coming years.

Dealers in Georgia petition to shut Tesla down

Automotive Business Review - 29 août 2014 - 22:53
Auto dealers in Georgia are the latest seeking to shut down Tesla's factory-owned stores.

Capital Automotive sold for $4.3 billion, source says

Automotive Business Review - 29 août 2014 - 21:27
Brookfield Property Partners will acquire Capital Automotive for $4.3 billion, according to a source familiar with the deal.

Buick lifts cover on Envision crossover in China

Automotive Business Review - 29 août 2014 - 20:37
General Motors has taken the wraps off a new midsize Buick crossover in China amid growing evidence that the vehicle is destined for showrooms in the United States.

California to phase out EV incentives for the wealthy

Automotive Business Review - 29 août 2014 - 18:44
California, which offers rebates of up to $2,500 to electric vehicle buyers to help meet a goal of getting 1 1/2 million zero-emission vehicles onto its roads by 2025, is overhauling its incentive program in response to a common criticism: The...

Hong Kong firm acquires majority stake in supplier Key Safety Systems

Automotive Business Review - 29 août 2014 - 17:46
Hong Kong private equity firm FountainVest Partners completed a deal to become the majority shareholder in automotive safety products supplier Key Safety Systems.

Ford wins dismissal in U.S. of claims it aided apartheid

Automotive Business Review - 29 août 2014 - 12:40
Ford and IBM won dismissal of a lawsuit claiming they aided South Africa's apartheid regime, with a judge saying they couldn't be sued in the United States over actions of their units overseas.

Tesla revs up China push with Unicom deal

Financial Times - 29 août 2014 - 12:31
Tesla is to provide charging points at 400 China Unicom outlets in 120 cities, with responsibility for maintenance and electricity costs

Lexus NX may challenge RX for brand sales leader outside U.S.

Automotive Business Review - 29 août 2014 - 11:51
The new Lexus NX compact crossover, already racking thousands of orders in Japan, may unseat big sibling RX as the luxury brand's top global nameplate. At least outside the United States.

Tesla shares jump to record after China charging network deal

Automotive Business Review - 29 août 2014 - 11:45
Tesla Motors shares rose to a new record after the electric-car maker led by Elon Musk reached an agreement to create a vehicle-charging network in China with the country's second-largest mobile-phone company.

Tesla signs deal to set up 400 charging points in China

Automotive Business Review - 29 août 2014 - 11:45
Tesla Motors has agreed to work with China's second-largest mobile-phone company to set up charging points for its electric vehicles.

Ford to halt B-Max production again in Romania, report says

Automotive Business Review - 29 août 2014 - 10:22
Ford will halt production of the B-Max at its Romanian plant for nine days in September, a report said. The automaker has halted output in Romania several times since September 2013 on slow sales of the minivan.

Fiat clears Chrysler merger hurdle

Automotive Business Review - 29 août 2014 - 07:39
Fiat will spend less than the limit the carmaker set to buy shares from investors who opted to sell ahead of its merger with Chrysler Group, clearing a key hurdle before the deal can close.

Ford wins dismissal in U.S. of claims it aided apartheid

Automotive Business Review - 29 août 2014 - 02:19
Ford won dismissal of a lawsuit claiming the company aided South Africa's apartheid regime, with a judge saying it couldn't be sued in the U.S. over actions of their units overseas.

Toyota targets shoppers with location-based mobile ad tool

Automotive Business Review - 28 août 2014 - 21:08
Toyota is using a location-based mobile ad tool to supercharge its annual clearance sale.

Automakers still dogged by Bluetooth glitches, Power study finds

Automotive Business Review - 28 août 2014 - 21:03
Bluetooth technology aims to leave drivers hands-free, but some drivers end up connection-free, according to a study of multimedia quality and satisfaction released today.

Global price-fixing crackdown threatens supply chain's 'business model'

Automotive Business Review - 28 août 2014 - 20:58
As antitrust regulators, most recently in China, go after auto suppliers in what has become a worldwide probe into price fixing, a longtime "business model" in the supply chain is now in danger, says an automotive purchasing executive.

Transmission parts supplier to invest $42 million in Mich. plant

Automotive Business Review - 28 août 2014 - 20:21
Transform Automotive is expanding in Michigan after landing a new contract to build transmissions parts.

GM plans to move some Chevy Equinox assembly to Mexico, report says

Automotive Business Review - 28 août 2014 - 11:30
General Motors and the UAW on Wednesday trumpeted the news that production of the Cadillac SRX would be shifted from Mexico to Tennessee, but Reuters has learned that GM also plans to move some other assembly work in the opposite direction.
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