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Takata airbag recall widened to whole US

Financial Times - 19 nov. 2014 - 01:18
Demand by safety agency deepens problems for Japanese manufacturer

Ford preps larger, 3-row Edge for China

Automotive Business Review - 18 nov. 2014 - 23:13
Ford will make a version of the Ford Edge with three rows of seats for the Chinese market, Jim Farley, Ford executive vice president of global marketing, sales and service, told journalists Tuesday on the eve of the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Takata faces nationwide recall order for driver's-side airbags

Automotive Business Review - 18 nov. 2014 - 22:30
Federal safety regulators are seeking to expand regional recalls of faulty driver's-side airbags made by Takata into a nationwide campaign, prompting the supplier to warn of potential parts shortages.

Subaru unveils VIZIV GT Vision virtual racer for 'Gran Turismo 6' gamers

Automotive Business Review - 18 nov. 2014 - 21:58
Subaru is the latest automaker to embrace the virtual racing scene with a hyperfuturistic concept for 'Gran Turismo 6' on the PlayStation 3 game system.

GM pickup production forecast bumped up by 6% for 2015

Automotive Business Review - 18 nov. 2014 - 20:37
IHS Automotive raised its 2015 production forecast for General Motors' full-sized pickups by 6 percent over previous estimates -- betting that tamer gasoline prices will juice demand for GM's biggest money-maker and help blunt the threat from...

JLR app joins battle for the dashboard

Financial Times - 18 nov. 2014 - 19:30
In-car technology recognises voice requests for navigation and messaging

Honda owners can request new airbags even if their cars weren't recalled

Automotive Business Review - 18 nov. 2014 - 17:35
After recalling millions of vehicles over potentially life-threatening Takata airbag inflators, Honda said it will replace airbags, as appropriate, for concerned customers who were not subject to the recall.

Hydrogen cars lack fuelling stations

Financial Times - 18 nov. 2014 - 16:09
Worldwide, there are just 70 stations open to the public, with Denmark pioneering a network

VW Golf R wagon -- a first -- packs 296 hp

Automotive Business Review - 18 nov. 2014 - 15:57
Volkswagen is introducing a wagon variant of its tuned-up Golf R compact this week at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Technology training can help close a sale, AutoTrader.com says

Automotive Business Review - 18 nov. 2014 - 15:39
As automakers incorporate in-vehicle technology features in more models, dealers have to find a way to sufficiently teach customers how to use the new tools, AutoTrader said in a report.

Ford recalls 65,000 Fusion models on ignition key issues

Automotive Business Review - 18 nov. 2014 - 14:17
Ford said today it is recalling about 65,000 Fusion sedans in North America because the key can be removed from the ignition even if the car is not in the "park" position 30 minutes after the ignition is off, the company said.

Daimler, BMW cooperate on suppliers in Mexico

Automotive Business Review - 18 nov. 2014 - 09:17
Daimler and BMW are working together to build a network of suppliers for their new factories in Mexico as both carmakers aim to take advantage of the country's tariff-free access to the United States market.

Toyota bets on hydrogen technology

Financial Times - 18 nov. 2014 - 08:42
The Mirai, meaning ‘future’ in Japanese, to be released in Japan next month

Carmakers fuelled by European sales

Financial Times - 18 nov. 2014 - 08:31
Region reports 14th month of increase in registrations

Chevy focus groups confirm: Trucks are cool, make you handsome

Automotive Business Review - 18 nov. 2014 - 05:01
Chevrolet enters our weekly viral video rankings by pandering to the basest instincts of its audience.

Toyota sees fuel cell car, priced at $57,500, gaining traction in small steps

Automotive Business Review - 18 nov. 2014 - 01:00
Toyota said it plans to sell close to 200 of its Mirai -- it means 'future' in Japanese -- fuel-cell sedans when it goes on sale in California in late 2015, and 3,000 units by the end of 2017 as it expands marketing to cover the...

Toyota sees fuel-cell car gaining traction in small steps

Automotive Business Review - 18 nov. 2014 - 01:00
Toyota said it plans to sell close to 200 of its Mirai -- it means 'future' in Japanese -- fuel-cell sedans when it goes on sale in California in late 2015, and 3,000 units by the end of 2017 as it expands marketing to cover the...

Jeep Grand Cherokee, Dodge Durango output goes grayscale for a few months

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 22:29
Plans to upgrade a paint shop at a Chrysler Group factory in Detroit will leave the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango colorblind for a couple months.

Harold Coker, founder of antique tire maker Coker Tire, dies at 84

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 21:55
Harold Coker, founder of Coker Tire in Chattanooga, which produces tires for antique vehicles, died Sunday. He was 84.

Takata quality assurance executive added to Senate hearing list

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 21:12
A senior Takata quality assurance executive has been added to the list of witnesses to testify during Thursday's Senate committee hearing on the Takata airbag recalls.
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