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Dealerships may be part of Amazon's next move

Automotive Business Review - il y a 14 heures 23 min
Auto dealerships could be the next steppingstone in Amazon's path to dominance.

Can Lexus' redesigned LS recapture spirit of '89?

Automotive Business Review - il y a 14 heures 23 min
The stakes are high as Lexus tries to pivot from cushy, reliable cars and crossovers to more emotional, hard-charging vehicles that set the bar rather than resting on their laurels.

Continental revival pays dividends for Lincoln brand

Automotive Business Review - il y a 14 heures 23 min
A dealership general manager says his used-car lot is full of BMW 7-series sedans that buyers have traded in for the Continental.

Mexico earthquake no match for modern auto industry

Automotive Business Review - il y a 14 heures 23 min
The lessons of a 1985 earthquake, which killed an estimated 10,000, laid the foundation for a nation that takes things like building codes much more seriously.

NAFTA talks intensify; U.S. seen putting off key demand on autos

Automotive Business Review - il y a 17 heures 35 min
One key issue is America's goal to strengthen rules of origin for cars and light trucks, which dictate how much of a vehicle's components must originate from within North America to qualify for tax free status.

Toyota's Gazoo line will find its way into U.S. products

Automotive Business Review - 23 sept. 2017 - 07:01
Toyota debuts a GR sports car series for Japan and beyond. The U.S. may not get the name, but its future products will get a healthy dose of the line's sporty spirit.

Largo Honda in Florida becomes shelter from Irma

Automotive Business Review - 23 sept. 2017 - 07:01
What began as a favor to one employee ended up being extended to almost 40 more people, including children, six dogs, six cats and a pet rat.

Audi signals diminished interest in hydrogen fuel cell vehicles

Automotive Business Review - 23 sept. 2017 - 07:01
The tepid outlook from one of the world's largest automakers could ripple across the industry by slowing or discouraging the adoption of fuel cell technology, which will require increased global scale and infrastructure investments to catch on.

Consumers Union wants mpg ratings for heavy-duty pickups

Automotive Business Review - 23 sept. 2017 - 00:38
Consumers Union is pressing the government to publish and require fuel-economy estimates for heavy-duty pickups, after its tests found diesel-powered trucks underperformed gasoline ones.

California sets demands for emissions talks with automakers, White House

Automotive Business Review - 22 sept. 2017 - 21:34
California may reopen discussions on its greenhouse gas limits for cars and trucks for 2025, so long as automakers and the Trump administration embrace significantly tougher targets the state is seeking for later years.

California sets demands for emissions talks with White House

Automotive Business Review - 22 sept. 2017 - 21:34
California may re-open discussions on its greenhouse gas limits for cars and trucks for 2025, so long as automakers and the Trump administration embrace significantly tougher targets the state is seeking for later years.

CarMax Q2 profit rises despite hit from Harvey

Automotive Business Review - 22 sept. 2017 - 21:04
CarMax's net income rose 12 percent in its fiscal second quarter as the largest used-vehicle retailer in the U.S. saw only a "modest" loss of sales from Hurricane Harvey.

U.S. study argues for tougher rules of origin under NAFTA

Automotive Business Review - 22 sept. 2017 - 17:27
Seeking to bolster its case for tougher rules of origin under NAFTA, the Trump administration released a new study that shows U.S. value-added content is declining for manufactured goods imported from Mexico and Canada.

Volkswagen chairman won't rule out outsider as next CEO

Automotive Business Review - 22 sept. 2017 - 15:38
Volkswagen's supervisory board does not rule out doing away with a custom under which the automaker's top executive must be a company veteran, Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch said.

Bentley CEO to step down, report says

Automotive Business Review - 22 sept. 2017 - 14:25
Bentley Motors CEO Wolfgang Duerheimer is planning to step down and will be replaced by Adrian Hallmark, currently head of strategy at British rival Jaguar Land Rover, a German magazine reported Friday.

Uber stripped of license to operate in London

Automotive Business Review - 22 sept. 2017 - 13:26
Unions, lawmakers and cab drivers have blasted Uber over working conditions and Transport of London said the Silicon Valley technology giant was not fit and proper to hold a private vehicle license.

U.S. to tackle 'challenging' issues in next round of NAFTA talks

Automotive Business Review - 22 sept. 2017 - 04:09
The United States will present new text proposals and begin to weigh into thornier issues -- such as rules of origin -- of the North American Free Trade Agreement in the third round of negotiations.

Waymo's Krafcik, coach Saban to keynote 2018 NADA

Automotive Business Review - 22 sept. 2017 - 00:13
Waymo CEO John Krafcik and University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban will give keynote speeches at the 2018 NADA convention in March in Las Vegas.

Strike at Chevy Equinox plant pinches GM powertrain output

Automotive Business Review - 21 sept. 2017 - 23:15
General Motors is reducing production at powertrain factories in Canada and the U.S. as a result of a strike at the Chevrolet Equinox plant in Ontario, now in its fourth day.

Self-driving startup Quanergy explores IPO, report says

Automotive Business Review - 21 sept. 2017 - 22:04
Quanergy Systems could be the first initial public offering to emerge from a fleet of autonomous driving technology companies, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
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