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What if distracted walkers had emergency warning systems?

Automotive Business Review - 24 mai 2016 - 05:01
In a new campaign, Nissan is using collisions among those with the habit of looking down at their smartphones while walking to highlight its safety technology.

What if distracted walkers had emergency warning systems?

Automotive Business Review - 24 mai 2016 - 05:01
In a new campaign, Nissan is using collisions among those with the habit of looking down at their smartphones while walking to highlight its safety technology.

Toyota expands Takata airbag recall by 1.6 million vehicles

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 23:00
Toyota is recalling almost 1.6 million additional U.S. vehicles for front passenger side Takata airbag inflators that could rupture.

North Carolina denies Tesla a dealership license

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 21:49
North Carolina denied Tesla Motors' bid to attain a second dealership license in the state, saying the automaker must go through a third-party dealership group.

Nissan likely to send former tech chief to lead reform at Mitsubishi, report says

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 18:39
Nissan, which plans to spend $2.2 billion on a one-third controlling stake in Mitsubishi Motors, aims to place its former global tech chief in charge of reform at its smaller rival, which is mired in a fuel economy data scandal, sources told Reuters.

Ford seeks partnerships as it looks beyond car-making

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 18:29
Ford Motor Executive Chairman Bill Ford said the automaker would look for more partnerships with other companies as it moves to expand beyond manufacturing and selling cars and trucks.

Public not sold on fully autonomous vehicles, study finds

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 18:17
More than four out of five people would prefer not to ride in fully autonomous vehicles, a study published today found.

Fiat hits back at German emissions tests

Financial Times - 23 mai 2016 - 17:40
Carmaker says KBA not a ‘competent’ authority to assess engines

Tesla, eyeing summer vacationers, to open Hamptons, Cape Cod stores

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 15:29
Tesla Motors, preparing for the Memorial Day holiday and a surge in summer travel in two of the nation's most well-known vacation spots, plans to open stores in the Hamptons and Cape Cod on Friday.

Investigation of VW’s top managers urged

Financial Times - 23 mai 2016 - 13:34
Shareholder advisory bodies seek to determine whether anyone breached legal duties

Investor groups call for new probe of VW scandal

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 12:03
Three investor groups called for a new, independent investigation into Volkswagen's emissions test-rigging scandal, saying the inquiries launched by the German carmaker so far may not be far-reaching or transparent enough.

German investor group calls for independent probe of VW scandal

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 12:03
German investors association DSW today called for an independent audit of Volkswagen's emissions test-rigging scandal in addition to the carmaker's internal probe.

Connectivity for mom-and-pop fleets

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 05:01
General Motors wants to attract mom-and-pop operators with what it bills as the first integrated, hardware-free tool for small businesses to manage their fleets.

Campaign for zero fatalities started in safety-conscious Sweden

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 05:01
The notion that traffic fatalities can be eliminated is a Swedish import. The initiative, known as Vision Zero, was written into Sweden's road safety law in 1997.

There's no beating Indy 500 in the '60s

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 05:01
The most exciting era in the history of the Indianapolis 500 was the mid-1960s, when the Brickyard was shifting from front-engine, Offenhauser-powered roadsters to low-slung, rear-engine racers.

Driving Indy's pace car is an honor and a huge responsibility

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 05:01
In those heart-thumping first trips around the track -- and later when caution flags are out -- the pace car is in command of the Indy 500. It's a terrific responsibility and an honor for the driver and for the make and model of car.

Mobileye will supply 2 fully autonomous vehicles by 2021

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 05:01
Mobileye reveals programs to supply two automakers with fully autonomous drive systems as soon as 2019.

Penske rolls out online shopping across U.S.

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 05:01
Penske Automotive Group's Preferred Purchase online shopping tool will be available on all 115 of its U.S. dealerships' websites by month end.

TALK FROM THE TOP with Alan Batey: GM isn't sweating share losses

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 05:01
GM's sliding market share doesn't faze Alan Batey, who says the company is finally focused on profitable growth and brand building, rather than chasing volume through daily rental sales or overproduction.

TALK FROM THE TOP with Joe Hinrichs: Restructuring paved way for Ford's renaissance

Automotive Business Review - 23 mai 2016 - 05:01
For all of the work Ford has done turning around Europe and growing in China, North America has generated 93 percent of the company's profits since 2011. It generated record earnings of $3.1 billion in the first quarter.
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