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Dodge to re-engineer Dart, redesign Journey

Automotive Business Review - 1 sept. 2014 - 05:01
Dodge has become more narrowly defined as a performance brand, its lineup will be largely static until the second half of 2016.

Where Jaguar Land Rover may take EVs, hybrids

Automotive Business Review - 1 sept. 2014 - 05:01
Wolfgang Ziebart, head of product development for Jaguar Land Rover, is guiding the expansion of the Land Rover and Jaguar ranges.

The marketing move behind Buick's big year

Automotive Business Review - 1 sept. 2014 - 05:01
Buick-GMC chief Duncan Aldred believes that the ad campaign that's been running since March just might be starting to do something that a lineup of handsome sheet metal could not: transform Buick's old-fogey image.

Elantra's new look

Automotive Business Review - 1 sept. 2014 - 05:01
The re-engineered 2016 Hyundai Elantra gets major changes to its sheet metal and proportions. This spy photo shows a longer and sleeker sedan, with bigger front and rear overhangs and a hood that looks stretched from the current version.

First from China? Volvo S60L gets the nod

Automotive Business Review - 1 sept. 2014 - 05:01
That tsunami of cheap cars from China predicted to hit U.S. shores has been slow in coming.

For Alfa dealer, the wait is over

Automotive Business Review - 1 sept. 2014 - 05:01
From his small dealership between New York City and Connecticut, 78-year-old Alfredo Gulla has waited nearly 20 years for his beloved Alfa Romeo to return.

GM eases rules on techs' work reports

Automotive Business Review - 1 sept. 2014 - 05:01
General Motors has retreated from a controversial policy that required dealership service technicians to essentially punch a time clock for every repair order.

Collection Auto's Bernie Moreno cultivates managerial talent

Automotive Business Review - 1 sept. 2014 - 05:01
Bernie Moreno was 28 and had no auto retailing experience when Boston dealer Herb Chambers hired him as general manager of a Saturn store.

Kia to boost Forte supply -- in 2016

Automotive Business Review - 1 sept. 2014 - 05:01
Kia is evaluating which nameplates it will assemble as part of "a range" of compact models to be built at the plant in Monterrey that Kia announced last week.

Volvo XC90 targets U.S.

Automotive Business Review - 1 sept. 2014 - 05:01
Volvo's U.S. dealerships will receive about a third of the 80,000 XC90 units built annually when the brand's redesigned flagship crossover is running at full capacity.

Palmer: Infiniti is 'different, personalized and provocative'

Automotive Business Review - 1 sept. 2014 - 05:01
Infiniti Chairman Andy Palmer is working to reposition the brand as a design- and technology-driven alternative to Germany's premium automakers.

GM cars to detect distracted driving

Financial Times - 1 sept. 2014 - 03:13
‘Smart’ sensors with eye- and head-tracking technology made by Seeing Machines will alert drivers if they are not looking enough in certain directions

Frail economy dents Brazil’s car industry

Financial Times - 31 août 2014 - 17:02
Hundreds of automotive workers are having to accept forced lay-offs as the country’s economy endures its worst performance since the financial crisis

Germany: In a spin

Financial Times - 31 août 2014 - 16:27
With growth slowing, the problems facing the economy – from the Ukraine crisis to rising energy costs – will have an impact beyond its borders

Ford, Nokia test map tech that makes it easy to be green

Automotive Business Review - 31 août 2014 - 05:01
Ford and Finnish mobile phone giant Nokia are developing a system that automatically manages the energy efficiency of a plug-in hybrid vehicle as it travels through zones designated by the driver.

Why GM struggles in Japan

Automotive Business Review - 31 août 2014 - 05:01
Selling General Motors' U.S.-built vehicles in Japan has never been easy and these days it is harder than ever. GM's lineup is paltry and its lackluster brand images were further tarnished by the company's bankruptcy in 2009 and recalls this year.

GM, museum to restore 3 of 8 prized 'Vettes damaged by sinkhole

Automotive Business Review - 30 août 2014 - 17:15
GM and the National Corvette Museum will restore three of eight prized Chevrolet Corvettes damaged in February when they tumbled into a giant sinkhole that developed beneath the floor of the museum in Bowling Green, Ky.

Suppliers unveil the future at world car-tech conference

Automotive Business Review - 30 août 2014 - 14:00
The upcoming ITS World Congress 2014 in Detroit will highlight the global transportation industry's future of connectivity, safety and automation. The Sept.

Fiat Chrysler sees New York stock market debut on Oct. 13

Automotive Business Review - 30 août 2014 - 13:52
Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles aims to list shares in the newly merged carmaker in New York on Oct. 13, CEO Sergio Marchionne said on Saturday, adding that a decision on any capital increase would be made at the end of that month.

California lawmakers set to adjourn without Tesla aid

Automotive Business Review - 30 août 2014 - 11:34
California lawmakers are set to adjourn for the year without coming up with incentives to entice Tesla Motors to build a $5 billion battery plant in the state.
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