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Jeep leads Detroit's return to Tokyo Motor Show

Automotive Business Review - 22 mai 2015 - 11:25
For the first time in nearly a decade, a Detroit automaker will exhibit at the Tokyo Motor Show. Jeep -- the best-selling U.S. brand in Japan -- will return when doors open in October.

GM to stay under strict U.S. oversight

Automotive Business Review - 21 mai 2015 - 21:07
Federal safety regulators have extended for at least a year a consent order that subjects General Motors to close scrutiny on safety matters, a condition placed on GM in the wake of last year's ignition switch recall.

Autobytel acquires rival Dealix for $25 million

Automotive Business Review - 21 mai 2015 - 21:00
Autobytel, one of the largest providers of sales leads to auto dealers, has purchased longtime rival Dealix for $25 million in cash.

Ford trims China output as market slows, pricing pressure builds

Automotive Business Review - 21 mai 2015 - 19:22
Ford, which is in the midst of a plant-opening blitz in China, reduced production there slightly in the first quarter in response to a market slowdown and price cuts by rivals, the head of Ford's Asia Pacific region said today.

U.S. indicts 2 execs from NGK for price-fixing

Automotive Business Review - 21 mai 2015 - 18:39
One current and one former executive with Japanese supplier NGK Spark Plug were indicted today on a charge of conspiring to fix prices of spark plugs, standard oxygen sensors and air fuel ratio sensors sold in the United States, the Justice...

NHTSA prepares to coordinate, accelerate Takata recall

Automotive Business Review - 21 mai 2015 - 16:54
Federal auto safety regulators are invoking a power never used before in order to accelerate the Takata airbag inflator recalls after the embattled supplier acknowledged on Tuesday that parts contained in nearly 34 million U.S.

U.S. Attorney's office in Detroit added to Takata criminal case

Automotive Business Review - 21 mai 2015 - 15:50
US prosecutors in Detroit have joined the federal probe into Takata's defective airbag inflators that are linked to at least six deaths globally.

Europcar to float in Paris

Financial Times - 21 mai 2015 - 12:40
Car hire group seeking to raise €475m in bid to reduce debt

Consumers overwhelm NHTSA website

Automotive Business Review - 21 mai 2015 - 12:29
Hundreds of thousands of car owners who were urged to check a government website and see if their airbags are safe have overwhelmed the site and U.S. regulators say it might take several days before the database is fully accessible.

Can Takata survive historic U.S. airbag recall?

Automotive Business Review - 21 mai 2015 - 11:53
Automakers have largely stood behind airbag component maker Takata, taking the hit to their own reputations from a series of recalls related to the Japanese company's products that began in 2008. That loyalty is about to be put to the test.

GM to invest $439 million in paint shop expansion at Corvette plant

Automotive Business Review - 21 mai 2015 - 11:34
General Motors plans to invest $439 million in its Chevrolet Corvette plant in Kentucky as part of the automaker's plan to spend $5.4 billion on U.S. factory upgrades.

GM plans to invest about $400 million in Corvette plant, report says

Automotive Business Review - 21 mai 2015 - 11:34
General Motors today plans to announce an investment of about $400 million in its Corvette sports car plant in Kentucky, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.

Mazda's new mantra: 'Driving Matters'

Automotive Business Review - 21 mai 2015 - 08:00
Mazda is hoping to refine its fun-to-drive message by launching its biggest U.S. marketing campaign in two years under a new tagline: "Driving Matters."

California dealer group sues TrueCar, claims website acts as dealer

Automotive Business Review - 20 mai 2015 - 19:21
The California New Car Dealers Association is suing TrueCar, accusing the vehicle-shopping site of breaking California laws on dealer licensing, brokering, advertising and disclosure.

California dealer group sues TrueCar, claiming shopping site acts as a dealer

Automotive Business Review - 20 mai 2015 - 19:21
The California New Car Dealers Association is suing TrueCar, accusing the vehicle-shopping site of breaking California laws on dealer licensing, brokering, advertising and disclosure.

California dealers sue TrueCar, claiming shopping site acts as a dealer

Automotive Business Review - 20 mai 2015 - 19:21
The California New Car Dealers Association is suing TrueCar, accusing the vehicle-shopping site of breaking California laws on dealer licensing, brokering, advertising and disclosure.

Takata says 265 airbag inflators ruptured during testing

Automotive Business Review - 20 mai 2015 - 18:49
Embattled airbag supplier Takata told U.S. regulators that 265 of its airbag inflators ruptured in the company's testing since September.

More replacement airbag production planned, Takata says

Automotive Business Review - 20 mai 2015 - 18:25
Takata said it plans to boost production of parts needed to replace potentially deadly airbag inflators that could spray vehicle occupants with metal shards.

Renault targets India’s small-car market

Financial Times - 20 mai 2015 - 15:59
French vehicle maker launches locally made Kwid hatchback to challenge Maruti-Suzuki and Hyundai

Timeline of Takata airbag recalls

Automotive Business Review - 20 mai 2015 - 12:05
Following are some key events in the cumulative global recall by more than 10 automakers since 2008 of more than 31 million cars fitted with potentially defective airbags made by Takata.
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