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Toyota to recall 422,000 Lexus vehicles in U.S. due to fuel leak

Automotive Business Review - 21 nov. 2014 - 16:42
Toyota will recall 422,509 of its luxury brand Lexus vehicles in the United States because of a possible fuel leak that increases the risk of fire, federal regulators said today.

VW lifts five-year investment to €85.6bn

Financial Times - 21 nov. 2014 - 16:20
More than half of spending on plants will be in Germany

Fuel cell vehicles: The only cars with potable exhaust?

Automotive Business Review - 21 nov. 2014 - 15:28
Toyota is pitching the Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car as a godsend for the planet. Heat and water are its only byproducts, not climate-altering carbon dioxide. But just how clean is that exhaust water vapor?

VW says it will invest $106 billion chasing Toyota for global sales lead

Automotive Business Review - 21 nov. 2014 - 11:57
Volkswagen said it will invest $106 billion (85.6 billion euros) over the next five years on new vehicles, technology and factories as it tries to pass Toyota and become the world's largest automaker.

Takata exec warns about ability to fix deadly airbag flaw

Automotive Business Review - 21 nov. 2014 - 11:46
An executive from Japan's Takata told lawmakers on Thursday the supplier is urgently trying to ramp up replacement parts for millions of vehicles fitted with potentially deadly airbags, but said it may not be able to move quickly enough.

Crossover boom moves downscale; Toyota plans to join stampede

Automotive Business Review - 21 nov. 2014 - 05:01
Prompted by lifestyle changes among Generation Y buyers, Honda, Fiat and Mazda joined the stampede to introduce smaller entries in the booming crossover market as the industry seeks younger buyers.

BMW explores hike in i8 output to reduce wait time

Automotive Business Review - 21 nov. 2014 - 05:01
BMW may have to increase production of its i8 plug-in hybrid supercar to meet high demand. The waiting time of up to 18 months for the 120,000 euro coupe is too long, BMW sales chief Ian Robertson said.

Crossover boom moves downscale

Automotive Business Review - 21 nov. 2014 - 05:01
Prompted by lifestyle changes among Generation Y buyers, Honda, Fiat and Mazda joined the stampede to introduce smaller entries in the booming crossover market as the industry seeks younger buyers.

Chinese SUV sparks JLR claims of copycat

Financial Times - 20 nov. 2014 - 23:20
Landwind’s X7 bears a striking resemblance to Jaguar Land Rover’s wildly successful Evoque

GM shuffles top execs for quality, purchasing, powertrain

Automotive Business Review - 20 nov. 2014 - 21:30
GM said Grace Lieblein will replace Alicia Boler-Davis as head of global quality as the company caps a year of record recalls.

Ferrari names Edwin Fenech head of N.A. unit

Automotive Business Review - 20 nov. 2014 - 21:11
Ferrari has named 14-year employee Edwin Fenech as CEO of the premium sports car maker's North American unit.

GM names Stephen Carlisle to head Canada unit

Automotive Business Review - 20 nov. 2014 - 20:51
General Motors today named Stephen Carlisle the new president and managing director for GM Canada as the company's current chief for Canada, Kevin Williams, prepares for retirement at year's end.

Mobileye, maker of collision-avoidance tech, reports 70% revenue hike for Q3

Automotive Business Review - 20 nov. 2014 - 20:06
Mobileye, which produces collision-avoidance technology, reported a 70 percent rise in revenue but posted a net loss for the third quarter.

Commentary: Sleek hybrids are likely to be the future of motoring – at least for now

Financial Times - 20 nov. 2014 - 20:04
The latest fleet of electric cars give supercars a run for their money

Heads up on augmented reality displays

Financial Times - 20 nov. 2014 - 20:04
Windscreens take on a life of their own and could increase people’s faith in driverless cars

Strong relationships and solid records boost Asian battery manufacturers

Financial Times - 20 nov. 2014 - 20:04
It can take years of testing before automakers are comfortable with new products

Hydrogen and electric vehicles battle for supremacy

Financial Times - 20 nov. 2014 - 20:04
Lack of recharging points poses threat

Automakers spy hazards ahead

Financial Times - 20 nov. 2014 - 20:04
Technological and regulatory demands force manufacturers to invest as vehicle sales face difficult times

Honda admits failures in Takata airbag fiasco

Automotive Business Review - 20 nov. 2014 - 19:36
A Honda executive told Congress today that the company failed to properly notify federal regulators of some crashes in which airbags made by Takata exploded and to clearly warn customers of the danger some vehicles could pose.

Honda admits fault in Takata airbag fiasco

Automotive Business Review - 20 nov. 2014 - 19:36
A Honda executive told Congress today that the company failed to properly notify federal regulators of some crashes in which airbags made by Takata exploded and to clearly warn customers of the danger some vehicles could pose.
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