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Alliance moves to block EPA from finalizing mpg rules

Automotive Business Review - 5 hours 47 min ago
The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers late Monday urged congressional negotiators to include language in a short-term budget resolution that would bar the Obama administration from finalizing mpg rules before it leaves office next month.

BMW says 120 vehicles damaged in S.C. train derailment

Automotive Business Review - 9 hours 2 min ago
About 120 BMW X models were damaged when train cars carrying the vehicles derailed on Sunday afternoon en route to the Port of Charleston, S.C., for export to overseas markets.

Ford sees lineup changing to match demand, will add debt

Automotive Business Review - 11 hours 11 min ago
Ford will likely make changes to its car lineup as demand for small SUVs continues to outpace that for sedans. That could include offering crossover-style variants of certain sedans or dropping certain nameplates altogether.

Auto finance, lending strengthen in Q3, Experian says

Automotive Business Review - 11 hours 25 min ago
With more creditworthy consumers financing vehicles in the third quarter, and fewer high-risk folks, the auto finance market is strengthening overall, Experian reports.

Mistry calls on India to overhaul Tata governance

Financial Times - 12 hours 4 min ago
Ousted chairman appeals to shareholders ahead of vote to remove him from boards

Dodge considers return to NASCAR

Automotive Business Review - 13 hours 41 min ago
Dodge wants to get back into NASCAR, Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said on Sunday. "Yes I'd love to," he said. "I talked to Jim France (executive vice-president of NASCAR) about this just last night."

Electric city shuttles mark a shift in direction

Financial Times - 15 hours 59 min ago
VW’s service will be a clean competitor to Uber and buses, writes John Gapper

VW enters on-demand ride services with MOIA brand

Financial Times - 19 hours 34 min ago
Group to use purpose-built electric vehicles in European cities from next year

BMW confident about threat from technology rivals

Financial Times - 5 December, 2016 - 05:30
German carmaker seeks to ramp up sales to fleet services

Lear venture advances on 3 projects

Automotive Business Review - 5 December, 2016 - 05:01
Lear says it is partnering with three automakers to bring advance-concept vehicle seating to market as early as 2019 through its Crafted by Lear pilot program.

Tesla opens gallery in Michigan mall

Automotive Business Review - 5 December, 2016 - 05:01
Tesla Motors Inc. has set up shop in Michigan. After filing a lawsuit in federal court in September contesting the state's direct-to-consumer sales ban, the electric-vehicle maker on Thursday, Dec.

AutoNation retreats on used-car recall policy

Automotive Business Review - 5 December, 2016 - 05:01
AutoNation is reversing its policy prohibiting the sale of used vehicles with open recalls after concluding that Donald Trump's election victory doomed prospects for recall reform.

Mazda&'s Kogai: New product, pricing drive move upmarket

Automotive Business Review - 5 December, 2016 - 05:01
CEO Masamichi Kogai is piloting Mazda Motor Corp. through a massive transition more befitting automakers double its size. It starts with a diversification of drivetrains to meet more stringent emissions rules.

Jaguar Land Rover&'s Speth: Keeping pace with EV demand

Automotive Business Review - 5 December, 2016 - 05:01
Jaguar Land Rover CEO Ralf Speth has the British automaker growing at a record pace, but he wants to make sure the company always puts profits ahead of volume. Speth outlines the next steps in JLR's model and plant expansion.

Autonomous features ripe for misunderstanding

Automotive Business Review - 5 December, 2016 - 05:01
So what could go wrong with car salespeople demonstrating semiautonomous technology to customers new to self-driving vehicles? In some cases, plenty. And it's emerging as a concern.

Mercedes van plant opens door to suppliers

Automotive Business Review - 5 December, 2016 - 05:01
Daimler converts a U.S. kit factory to a bona fide vehicle assembly plant -- and creates a new scenario for local Mercedes parts.

Incentives keep market running at record pace

Automotive Business Review - 5 December, 2016 - 05:01
After three consecutive declines, automakers managed in November to make the largest year-over-year U.S. sales gain since February, but it took a big jump in incentives to make that happen.

CO2 ruling puts Trump, automakers in a bind

Automotive Business Review - 5 December, 2016 - 05:01
The EPA's surprise decision last week to uphold its greenhouse-gas targets keeps the auto industry pretty much where it was before the presidential election.

Dealer Teddy Morse on his 'trial by fire'

Automotive Business Review - 5 December, 2016 - 05:01
After his father's death in July, Teddy Morse, 41, took over his family's dealership group, founded by his grandfather in 1963.

Accountant resolves key used-car conflict

Automotive Business Review - 5 December, 2016 - 05:01
An inherent tension exists at most franchised dealerships between fixed operations and used-car sales. But at one large North Carolina dealership, that long-standing and bitter conflict has been amicably resolved -- by the accountant.
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