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Honda recalls 553,000 vehicles in China over Takata airbags

Automotive Business Review - 16 déc. 2014 - 11:49
Honda called back vehicles in China to investigate potential defects with airbags made by Takata, underscoring the global reach of the safety crisis after similar campaigns in the US, Canada and Japan.

Jaguar Land Rover's virtual windshield makes blind spots vanish

Automotive Business Review - 16 déc. 2014 - 11:15
Jaguar Land Rover is testing a new 360-degree virtual urban windshield which gives drivers a full view of the environment around the car and eliminates blind spots that often lead to accidents.

Jaguar Land Rover's virtual windscreen makes blind spots vanish

Automotive Business Review - 16 déc. 2014 - 11:15
Jaguar Land Rover is testing a new 360-degree virtual urban windscreen which gives drivers a full view of the environment around the car and eliminates blind spots that often lead to accidents.

Eurozone malaise dents car industry

Financial Times - 16 déc. 2014 - 11:01
New vehicle purchases hit lowest levels in a year

Ford's stop-motion drag racer hits YouTube

Automotive Business Review - 16 déc. 2014 - 05:01
Ford of Europe jam-packs its latest hit from stop-motion drag racer Snowkhana, 'SNOWKHANA THREE: YuleTube,' with pop culture references aplenty.

Diamond Electric moves N.A. headquarters to W.Va.

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 20:49
Japanese supplier Diamond Electric has relocated its North American headquarters to West Virginia from Michigan. The company supplies ignition coils to Ford, Chrysler, Toyota and Subaru.

Ford hires ex-GM sales analyst to boost connectivity technologies

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 20:18
Ford said today it has hired Paul Ballew, a former GM sales analyst, to help speed development of autonomous-driving, mobility and connectivity technologies.

Daimler has hopes for China venture

Financial Times - 15 déc. 2014 - 19:52
German carmakers look to cash in on biggest automotive boom in industrial history

UAW's Williams eyes Detroit 3 wage boost, downplays strike threat

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 17:51
UAW President Dennis Williams said today that 2015 contract negotiations with the Detroit 3 must address a wage increase for long-time autoworkers and efforts to move new-hire compensation closer to that of legacy workers.

GM approves 4 more death claims for recall comp fund

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 16:21
Claims for compensation from a faulty ignition switch in General Motors vehicles rose by 64 filings in the last week and GM has approved four more death claims attributed to the defective switch, according to an official report issued today.

Volvo to skip most auto shows; focus will be on Detroit, Geneva, China

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 07:39
Volvo is shifting its focus from auto shows to market more directly to buyers as part of a broader realignment of its marketing efforts that will place more focus on digital outreach.

Chevy's next-gen cars will get Corvette styling cues

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 05:01
Subtle design elements of the Corvette will be recognizable in many of Chevrolet's upcoming cars.

Eaton on the prowl for software engineers

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 05:01
Eaton Corp. is well known for transmissions, clutches, differentials and other robust industrial products. So it's surprising that software development is a significant bottleneck for the supplier.

Denso air conditioner designed to fit in any vehicle, save money

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 05:01
What if a supplier could design a one-size-fits-all component for all of its customers, a product that would allow major economies of scale? Denso Corp. is trying it with air conditioners.

How a billion-dollar deal is frustrating Nissan in New York

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 05:01
In 2011, New York City awarded Nissan the exclusive contract to supply all of the taxis sold there for 10 years. So far, the contract has given Nissan little to celebrate.

BMW's Krueger must strengthen core products and improve in some niches

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 05:01
Harald Krueger, the 49-year-old tapped last week to become BMW's next CEO, has some work ahead to maintain the German automaker's competitive edge. Among the challenges: strengthening core products to combat much-improved rivals.

Daimler's new CEO contender

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 05:01
Mercedes-Benz sales and marketing chief Ola Kaellenius is emerging as a formidable candidate to replace Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche.

Five crucial connected-car questions for 2015

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 05:01
Many automakers plan to unveil their latest and greatest connected car technology in January at the International CES in Las Vegas and at the Detroit auto show. Here are five questions that could get some added clarity in 2015.

Last-minute Prius styling rebuff shows Toyota's new focus on design

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 05:01
Toyota President Akio Toyoda's push for more arresting design played a key role in an uncharacteristic move last year.

Hyundai moves money to regain mojo

Automotive Business Review - 15 déc. 2014 - 05:01
Determined not to let hard-won market share gains slip away, Hyundai Motor America CEO Dave Zuchowski is redirecting marketing dollars and asking for a bigger budget from his bosses in Korea.
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