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Uber threatens to fire engineer at center of Waymo lawsuit

Automotive Business Review - 19 mai 2017 - 13:21
Uber threatened to fire its top driverless tech engineer, telling him to either deny taking files from Waymo, his former employer, or to turn them over.

Senate bill to drive research in fuel-saving technologies

Automotive Business Review - 19 mai 2017 - 00:50
Senators from states with major auto plants are trying again to pass legislation designed to encourage investment in zero-emissions randd, and advanced fuel-reduction and safety technologies.

Elon Musk's following helps Tesla lead Twitter engagement among brands in April

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2017 - 22:21
Tesla Motor's anticipated electric semi truck helped the company grab first place in Twitter engagement among brands for April, according to ListenFirst Media.

VW's Mueller says successor likely to come from within, report says

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2017 - 21:19
Volkswagen will likely pick a new CEO from within the carmaker's own ranks, CEO Matthias Mueller told a German newspaper.

Four automakers agree to $553 million settlement to resolve Takata claims

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2017 - 20:04
Four automakers agreed to a $553 million settlement to address class-action claims covering owners of nearly 16 million vehicles with potentially defective Takata airbags.

U.S. seeks to shift trade tides as it starts NAFTA overhaul

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2017 - 19:50
The Trump administration took its first formal step toward renegotiating NAFTA, setting the stage for talks that could have a major impact on automakers and suppliers.

Audi pledges transparency amid emissions probes

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2017 - 18:44
Audi's CEO pledged full transparency as the company recovers from its diesel emissions fraud but shareholders pressed managers to disclose more about the scandal.

FCA could face more U.S. litigation over diesel emissions

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2017 - 17:28
The Justice Department is preparing to file a civil suit against Fiat Chrysler for selling 104,000 vehicles that emit excess diesel emissions, according to several reports.

Fiat Chrysler shares drop as U.S. weighs suit over diesel emissions

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2017 - 17:28
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles shares fell over 1.5 percent in midday U.S. trading on Thursday on reports the Justice Department is preparing to file a civil suit against the automaker for selling 104,000 vehicles that emit excess diesel emissions.

American cars: Fast and furious these days

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2017 - 17:15
The horses in the auto industry are running free. If a 1976 driver were to somehow get behind the wheel of a 2017 car, whiplash would likely result. Horsepower in the U.S.

Former FBI boss expected to leave role at Takata fund to head U.S. election probe

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2017 - 04:33
Former FBI Director Robert Mueller is expected to resign from a role overseeing a fund for Takata airbag victims to head the new U.S. election probe.

U.S. prepares to sue Fiat Chrysler over excess diesel emissions

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2017 - 01:04
The Justice Department is preparing to sue Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV if talks fail to resolve differences over the automaker's alleged violations of U.S.

Jeep Wrangler pickup spotted

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 23:00
Spy photographers have captured the first public images of Fiat Chrysler's upcoming midsize pickup based on the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.

Jeep Wrangler pickup spotted

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 23:00
Spy photographers have captured the first public images of Fiat Chrysler's upcoming midsize pickup based on the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.

Subaru weighs Sweden's Autoliv as camera supplier, report says

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 22:28
Subaru is considering Autoliv's stereo cameras for its driver-assist system as the Japanese automaker looks for options beyond longtime supplier Hitachi, Bloomberg reported.

Former store owner, fugitive sentenced to 10 years for fraud

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 20:40
The criminal prosecution of Eminiano "Jun" Reodica Jr. came to a close this week when he was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

Ford deepens Motown's slowdown, belying Trump growth claims

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 19:06
The dark narrative of decline developing in Detroit stands in stark contrast to President Donald Trump's boasts of a booming U.S. auto industry that's building plants and adding jobs.

N.Y. Fed flags rising auto financing delinquencies

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 19:05
The New York Federal Reserve flagged what it termed a "significant" upward trend in the last few years in the rate at which auto loans and leases combined are entering delinquency.

Volvo prices redesigned XC60 from $42,495

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 19:00
Pricing in the U.S. for the redesigned Volvo XC60 will begin at $42,495. The retooled XC60 went into production in April and is to arrive at dealerships in August.

Volvo prices new XC60 at $42,495

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2017 - 19:00
Pricing in the U.S. for the redesigned Volvo XC60 will begin at $42,495.
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