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Hyundai r&d chief: No fear of Apple, Google

Automotive Business Review - 23 juill. 2016 - 05:01
Google won't challenge old-school metal-benders by trying to make cars, says Hyundai Motor Group's global randd chief.

Mazda diesel still in the plans, CEO says

Automotive Business Review - 23 juill. 2016 - 05:01
While diesel-powered Mazdas haven't made a U.S. debut yet, the automaker still plans on offering them stateside.

She&'s driving GM in a new direction

Automotive Business Review - 23 juill. 2016 - 05:01
Julia Steyn, who is leading GM's various experiments in vehicle sharing and transportation services under the Maven brand, says she's encouraged by the early results.

Car-hacking has the industry's highest level of attention, conference shows

Automotive Business Review - 22 juill. 2016 - 21:16
If the 500-strong crowd at the Billington Global Automotive Cybersecurity Summit here today is any indication, cybersecurity now has the automobile industry's undivided attention.

Auto industry should enlist hackers to aid in cybersecurity, panelists say

Automotive Business Review - 22 juill. 2016 - 20:47
If the auto industry wants protection from the most talented players in the cybersecurity field, then it needs to attract hackers, panelists said today at the Billington Global Automotive Cybersecurity Summit.

Axalta acquires United Paint's automotive coatings business

Automotive Business Review - 22 juill. 2016 - 20:43
Axalta Coating Systems has acquired United Paint and Chemical's automotive interior coatings business. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

FCA recalling 410,000 vehicles for software, wiring issues

Automotive Business Review - 22 juill. 2016 - 20:32
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said it is recalling nearly 410,000 vehicles worldwide because of a defect that can lead to a loss of propulsion.

Autoliv net income gains 8.5% in Q2 as airbag business grows

Automotive Business Review - 22 juill. 2016 - 17:46
Swedish safety products supplier Autoliv said it posted gains across all its product lines during the second quarter as it generated more airbag business than expected in the wake of the Takata recall crisis.

VW suspends diesel car sales in S Korea

Financial Times - 22 juill. 2016 - 17:25
Move comes as Seoul authorities prepare to decide whether to revoke vehicle certification

For Elon Musk, Tesla's impresario, the latest act falls flat

Automotive Business Review - 22 juill. 2016 - 17:12
The hints, the tweets, the will-he-or-won't-he suspense. It was classic showman Elon Musk. Then his much-hyped 1,500-word manifesto dropped and -- whiff.

Automotive Hall of Fame mulls move to downtown Detroit

Automotive Business Review - 22 juill. 2016 - 16:49
After nearly 20 years in Dearborn, Mich., the Automotive Hall of Fame's president says it's time to move the museum to downtown Detroit.

Samsung invests $449 million in China's BYD

Automotive Business Review - 22 juill. 2016 - 15:19
Samsung pursued a stake in EV specialist BYD after an affiliate was among foreign battery makers left off a list of suppliers approved by China, where sales of EVs are surging and the government has sped up construction of charging points.

GM, Isuzu end pickup truck tie-up in Asia; GM eyes more upscale market

Automotive Business Review - 22 juill. 2016 - 11:22
GM and Isuzu have agreed to stop working together on developing midsize pickup trucks made in Asia, as the U.S. automaker focuses on the higher end of the market while the Japanese firm sticks to selling vehicles for everyday commercial purposes.

GM, Isuzu to end pickup truck development partnership in Asia

Automotive Business Review - 22 juill. 2016 - 11:22
General Motors and Isuzu have agreed to cease collaboration on the development of midsize pick-up trucks made in Asia, ending a joint product development relationship that dates back to the mid-2000s.

U.S. Energy department expands EV charging loan guarantees

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2016 - 22:47
The White House is expanding a federal loan guarantee program to include companies building electric vehicle charging stations, as part of a broader effort to boost EV sales.

Suspect in shooting of 2 UAW officials in Chicago pleads not guilty to attempted murder

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2016 - 22:00
The man who allegedly shot two UAW local officials outside of a union hall in Chicago was charged with eight counts of attempted murder.

Musk's new Tesla 'master plan' comes with big price tag

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2016 - 21:10
Elon Musk's latest "master plan" for Tesla Motors to develop an electric commercial truck, a public bus, a pickup and systems to enable fully autonomous driving, could cost $2 billion to $3 billion or more, experts and analysts said Thursday.

JCI's auto unit posts record quarterly profit with spinoff approaching

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2016 - 18:50
Johnson Controls reported record income in its fiscal third quarter for its automotive unit, even as revenue fell 19 percent due in part to the deconsolidation of its interiors business.

Mitchell Plastics to build $20.5 million parts plant near Detroit

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2016 - 18:22
Canadian auto supplier Mitchell Plastics plans to invest $20.5 million to build a plant north of Detroit in Sterling Heights, Mich., a move that will create 122 jobs, the state's development arm said.

Vehicle advancements can trigger more calls for roadside help, AAA says

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2016 - 17:35
Technological and design advancements in vehicles haven't reduced the need for drivers to seek roadside assistance and there is new evidence that they actually may be contributing to more calls for help.
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