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Cars and concepts that glowed in the L.A. spotlight

Automotive Business Review - 25 nov. 2014 - 05:01
These four concepts and one production model are ready for their close-ups.

Ford Mustang goes to Dubai

Automotive Business Review - 25 nov. 2014 - 05:01
Ford is rolling out all the stops for the international debut of its pony car.

GM executives help scour social media to spot vehicle flaws

Automotive Business Review - 25 nov. 2014 - 03:15
GM executives and other staff members have taken to social media to find customer complaints and identify quality issues long before they become a crisis.

Takata to face U.S. House hearing into airbag crisis

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 23:00
Takata and Honda executives will return to Capitol Hill next week to testify about the growing safety crisis surrounding Takata airbag inflators that may explode in a crash.

Continental's electronics, Korea units to plead guilty to price fixing

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 21:16
South Korean suppliers Continental Automotive Electronics and Continental Automotive Korea will plead guilty to rigging the prices of instrument panel clusters and pay a criminal fine of $4 million, the U.S. Department of Justice said.

Honda admits under-reporting serious U.S. accidents since 2003

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 21:00
American Honda failed to tell federal safety regulators about more than 1,700 claims of deaths or injuries linked to possible safety defects in its vehicles since 2003, when the law requiring the reports took effect, the automaker said today.

Ford to keep base price stable on Explorer, but raises top trim level

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 20:58
Ford has held the line on prices for the refreshed 2016 Explorer crossover, but a new top-of-the-line Platinum trim raises the ceiling on what a customer can spend for the hot-selling full-size crossover to well above $50,000.

Buffalo dealers dig out while Ford restarts stamping plant

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 19:44
Auto dealers in the Buffalo are reopening this week after digging out from the massive snowstorm that dumped up to 7 feet of snow in some areas.

Lexus' Bracken says 300,000 U.S. sales 'is within our grasp' this year

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 18:35
Lexus is raising its U.S. sales target to 300,000 vehicles this year, General Manager Jeff Bracken said. 'We started the year with a sales goal of 290,000 units,' Bracken told Automotive News. 'Now 300,000 is within our grasp.

Conviction of Saturn Ion driver thrown out after 10 years

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 18:00
A Texas judge today overturned a 7-year-old negligent homicide conviction against a woman whose boyfriend died when her Saturn Ion -- now known to have had a defective ignition switch -- crashed, her lawyer said.

Fiat takes on 'Fix It Again, Tony' in spot for the 500X

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 16:30
Fiat global brand head Olivier Francois calls Tony 'the elephant in the room.' And for more than five years, Fiat has tried to run away from him, even though Tony does not exist, but no more.

Fiat takes on 'Fix It Again, Tony' in commercial for the 500X

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 16:30
Fiat global brand head Olivier Francois calls Tony 'the elephant in the room.' And for more than five years, Fiat has tried to run away from him, even though Tony does not exist, but no more.

Korean buyout fund considers buying Halla Visteon Climate Control stake

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 11:43
South Korean buyout fund Hahn and Co. is considering purchasing shares in Halla Visteon Climate Control Corp. from Visteon Corp., a person familiar with the matter said.

Hyundai-Kia says it will sell record 8 million vehicles globally in 2014

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 11:22
Hyundai and Kia said better-than-expected sales in Brazil, China and India will help them sell a record 8 million vehicles this year, even as a stronger won erodes profitability.

Hyundai-Kia says it will sell record 8 million vehicles globally in 2014

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 11:22
Hyundai and Kia said better-than-expected sales in Brazil, China and India will help them sell a record 8 million vehicles this year, even as a stronger won erodes profitability.

'18 Wrangler to get 8-speed automatic

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 05:01
The long-awaited Jeep Wrangler redesign planned for 2018 will come with an eight-speed automatic transmission that promises to dramatically improve the off-roader's fuel economy.

SGL sees rising interest in carbon fiber parts

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 05:01
SGL Group, the materials supplier for carbon fiber reinforced parts in BMW's electric cars, is in talks with Audi, Porsche, GM and other carmakers to supply carbon fiber for a wider range of automotive components, its CEO said.

BMW, Mercedes gain in once-impregnable Korea

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 05:01
South Korea's car imports have leapt from 3 percent of sales a decade ago to 14 percent today as foreign brands led by Germany's BMW and Mercedes take advantage of a free trade deal to grow sales in a once impregnable market.

'18 Wrangler to get 8-speed automatic, FCA filing shows

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 05:01
The long-awaited Jeep Wrangler redesign planned for 2018 will come with an eight-speed automatic transmission that promises to dramatically improve the off-roader's fuel economy.

Airbag inflator shortage plagues industry

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 05:01
Honda and other automakers that have recalled vehicles equipped with Takata airbags are trapped in a nasty dilemma.
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