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Fiat Chrysler hit with record $105 million U.S. penalty over recalls

Automotive Business Review - 26 July, 2015 - 09:30
Fiat Chrysler agreed to pay a $70 million fine, accept three years of additional oversight by an independent monitor and buy back more than 500,000 vehicles as part of a sweeping consent agreement to settle a U.S.

Fiat Chrysler faces record $105 million U.S. fine over recalls

Automotive Business Review - 26 July, 2015 - 09:30
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has agreed to pay a $70 million fine, accept three years of additional oversight by an independent monitor and buy back more than 500,000 vehicles as part of a consent agreement to settle a U.S.

Fiat Chrysler faces record $105 million U.S. fine over recalls, reports say

Automotive Business Review - 26 July, 2015 - 09:30
FCA faces a record $105 million fine for its handling of recent recalls and will be overseen by an independent safety monitor under sweeping penalties imposed by NHTSA, media reports say.

China car market braced for flat sales

Financial Times - 26 July, 2015 - 05:38
Bleak outlook hovers over an industry that has been a cash cow for carmakers

Automakers try integrated tablets to retain backseat business

Automotive Business Review - 26 July, 2015 - 05:01
It might seem strange that BMW's redesigned 7-series sedan, priced at $81,300 plus shipping, would have to compete with a $499 iPad from Apple.

Cars add bling, value versions to fight crossovers

Automotive Business Review - 26 July, 2015 - 05:01
As rising sales of crossovers continue to pull buyers away from middle-of-the-road sedans, automakers are scrambling to make their high-volume, mainstream cars a little less boring -- or at least more affordable.

Fiat Chrysler recalls 1.7 million trucks for faulty airbags

Automotive Business Review - 25 July, 2015 - 16:04
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling about 1.7 million late model Ram trucks to replace airbags that may deploy inadvertently.

VW: No plans to cut China production

Automotive Business Review - 25 July, 2015 - 14:04
Volkswagen has no plans to cut China output even amid slowing vehicle demand in the world's largest auto market, the company said Saturday in response to a media report.

VW: No plans to cut China production

Automotive Business Review - 25 July, 2015 - 14:04
Volkswagen has no plans to cut China output even amid slowing vehicle demand in the world's largest auto market, the company said Saturday in response to a media report.

Wiping out U.S.-EU rules disparities would yield big savings

Automotive Business Review - 25 July, 2015 - 05:01
Automakers are pushing governments to streamline safety regulations in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership free-trade deal the U.S. and E.U. are negotiating.

Car haulers fight driver shortage

Automotive Business Review - 25 July, 2015 - 05:01
Long wait times to pick up cars and paperwork contributes big-time to car-hauler driver job dissatisfaction. It is among the reasons the car hauling industry has a shortage of about 3,000 drivers.

Industry goal in trade talks: Harmonized regs

Automotive Business Review - 25 July, 2015 - 05:01
Automakers are pushing governments to streamline safety regulations in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership free-trade deal the U.S. and E.U. are negotiating.

FCA's anti-hacking recall marks industry milestone

Automotive Business Review - 25 July, 2015 - 05:01
Fiat Chrysler's recall of about 1.4 million cars and trucks equipped with radios that are vulnerable to hacking is the first formal safety campaign in response to a cybersecurity threat.

NADA to hold convention in Las Vegas every other year

Automotive Business Review - 25 July, 2015 - 01:33
The National Automobile Dealers Association it will hold its annual convention in Las Vegas every other year through 2022, the association said Friday.

Chevrolet plans low-cost pedestrian avoidance on Malibu

Automotive Business Review - 24 July, 2015 - 20:45
GM is introducing a pedestrian-avoidance system on the redesigned 2016 Chevrolet Malibu, the latest example of active-safety features proliferating on mainstream vehicles.

Hot wheels: Blue-green, deep red, sparking gold on horizon

Automotive Business Review - 24 July, 2015 - 20:30
Cars and trucks of the future will sport deep reds, sparkling golds, bright silvers, rich blues and deep blue-greens, trend spotters at supplier BASF's automotive coatings divisions predict.

Cyber attack triggers Fiat Chrysler recall

Financial Times - 24 July, 2015 - 18:01
Action covers 1.4m vehicles after Wired magazine exposes risks in connected car systems

Mitsubishi to end U.S. vehicle output, shutter factory by Nov. if there's no buyer

Automotive Business Review - 24 July, 2015 - 17:49
Mitsubishi will shutter its only North American assembly plant by November if it can't find a buyer for the factory, and will soon start shipping tooling back to Japan.

Mitsubishi to end U.S. vehicle output, seek buyer for Illinois plant

Automotive Business Review - 24 July, 2015 - 17:49
Mitsubishi said it will stop building light vehicles at an underutilized factory in Normal, Ill., and seek a "strategic buyer" for the plant. The company said it will also continue to sell vehicles in the U.S.

Week in Review, July 25

Financial Times - 24 July, 2015 - 16:50
Credit Suisse’s strong results; Eli Lilly and Lockheed also in the news
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