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GM's bankruptcy judge to retire, remain on recall status

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 20:32
The New York bankruptcy judge overseeing part of the fallout from General Motors' problems with faulty ignition switches will retire from the bench, but remain active in so-called recall status for at least a year, his court announced.

F1 boss accused of presiding over cartel

Financial Times - 17 nov. 2014 - 18:26
Force India, Sauber and Lotus call for redistribution of $835m prize money

NADA sees 2015 U.S. sales nearing 17 million vehicles

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 17:45
Continued economic improvement, low interest rates and cheap gasoline will help new-vehicle sales rise more than 3 percent to nearly 17 million units next year, the most since 2005, according to forecasts from the National Automobile Dealers...

Shelby GT350 Mustang guns for Europe's performance cars

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 14:00
With the newest Shelby GT350 Mustang, unveiled Monday in the garage of the late Carroll Shelby in Gardena, Calif., Ford aims to lure a new breed of customers who want the kind of performance normally found in Porsches and Ferraris at a bargain price.

Shelby GT350 Mustang aims for Europe's performance cars

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 14:00
Ford has engineered the 2015 Shelby GT350 Mustang -- with the most powerful naturally aspirated Ford production engine ever -- to go up against European performance cars.

Land Rover, Toyota top ALG's Residual Value Awards

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 13:15
Land Rover and Toyota earned top brand honors for vehicles predicted to hold their value over the next three years, in the ALG Residual Value Awards released today.

Airbag settlements keep details from other victims of accidents

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 11:26
Confidential settlements over defective Takata airbags are sealing off relevant information that other victims could use to pursue injury claims.

TRW investment to help Takata replace defective airbags would be short-term, ZF CEO says

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 09:49
ZF Friedrichshafen is ready to invest more through TRW Automotive in airbag inflator output to meet replacement demand following the recall of defective airbags made by Takata.

Flagships, cute utes headline L.A. show

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 05:01
Pint-size crossovers and extra-large luxury sedans will share the spotlight at the Los Angeles Auto Show, as Mercedes-Benz revives the Maybach name with a top-of-the-line sedan, Audi unveils a concept for a future flagship and Honda and Mazda roll...

AutoNation's plan to change the retail game

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 05:01
By the end of 2015, AutoNation customers will be able to finance and buy a car online -- even signing the paperwork electronically from home, says AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson.

Mitsubishi promises new products

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 05:01
Mitsubishi, amid a remarkable sales rebound in the United States, is targeting its first profit in North America since the global financial crisis.

GM grants another month for victim filings

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 05:01
General Motors said late Sunday it agreed to extend the deadline for victims of faulty ignition switches to apply for compensation by another month to January 31.

AutoNation's plan to change the retail game

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 05:01
By the end of 2015, AutoNation Inc. customers will be able to finance and buy a car online -- even signing the paperwork electronically from home, says AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson.

Tensions at Toyota ahead of big move

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 05:01
As Toyota prepares to consolidate its far-flung engineering, sales, marketing, finance and corporate operations into a new North American headquarters near Dallas, it's wrestling with a knotty set of challenges: retaining enough employees to ensure...

Fields: Ford slows ramp-ups

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 05:01
After launch problems crippled the rollout of the Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ, Ford Motor Co. throttled back aggressive ramp-up timetables, CEO Mark Fields said in an exclusive interview last week.

Manheim stocks used cars for Sonic

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 05:01
Sonic Automotive is contracting with Manheim to buy and stock used vehicles at a new-car store near Denver as part of an unprecedented pilot program.

Hot sales put Subaru ahead of plan

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 05:01
In May, Yasuyuki Yoshinaga, president of Subaru maker Fuji Heavy Industries, unveiled a business plan to guide the company through 2020. But Subaru's sales are rising so fast, he may have to roll out a new plan much sooner than expected.

Lincoln dealers sign up to offer exclusive Black Label series

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 05:01
Lincoln has signed up 32 dealers in six states for its new Black Label luxury subfranchise. Lincoln announced the Black Label series last year in an effort to set a new standard for luxury vehicles and customer service within the brand.

Flagships, cute utes to headline L.A. show

Automotive Business Review - 17 nov. 2014 - 05:01
Pint-size crossovers and extra-large luxury sedans will share the spotlight at the Los Angeles Auto Show, as Mercedes-Benz revives the Maybach name with a top-of-the-line sedan, Audi unveils a concept for a future flagship and Honda and Mazda roll...
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