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Marchionne plans big shift in FCA's vehicle assembly in Italy, report says

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2018 - 14:36
FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne is planning a sweeping transformation of production in Italy that will see FCA abandon the manufacture of the Punto and MiTo small cars in favor of upscale models, Bloomberg reported.

Nissan seeking better terms in Renault merger talks, report says

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2018 - 13:44
As Nissan and Renault discuss ways -- including a possible merger -- to strengthen their ties, Nissan is resisting a combination unless the company gains more clout in key areas, Bloomberg reported.

Why Volvo CEO says now is the time for the brand 'to perform and grow'

Automotive Business Review - 18 mai 2018 - 07:01
Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson expects the Swedish brand to capitalize on what he calls the strongest product lineup in the company's history.

Lucerne International founder Gary Perina dies at 73

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2018 - 22:38
Gary Perina, founder of longtime Michigan automotive parts supplier Lucerne International, died Tuesday. He was 73.

Bruce Coventry promoted to managing partner at Motormindz

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2018 - 19:35
Engine guru Bruce Coventry has been elevated to the role of managing partner at Motormindz to lead its automotive manufacturing and technology practice.

Magna, Renesas team to make 3D cameras for entry-level vehicles

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2018 - 18:18
Canadian global supplier Magna is partnering with Japan's Renesas to develop a more cost-efficient 3D surround-view system designed for entry- and mid-range vehicles.

Tesla may require $10 billion in funding by 2020, Goldman says

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2018 - 16:12
Elon Musk may need to tap capital markets for more than $10 billion by 2020 to fund Tesla's operations, new products and an expected expansion into China, according to Goldman Sachs Group.

BMW bets on iNext in sales race with Mercedes

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2018 - 15:56
BMW offered a glimpse of its futuristic self-driving iNext car as the automaker seeks to gain momentum in the race to overtake rival Mercedes in luxury car sales.

VW brand to skip 2018 Paris auto show

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2018 - 11:39
A spokesman for VW's French operations said that other Volkswagen Group brands -- Audi, Porsche, Skoda and Seat -- are still scheduled to attend the October show.

Swiss prosecutors investigate fatal Tesla crash

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2018 - 10:59
Swiss prosecutors have begun looking into the circumstances of a fatal crash of a Tesla last week that firefighters think may have set off a fire in the vehicle's battery.

Mobileye gets self-driving tech deal for 8 million cars

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2018 - 09:31
Mobileye has signed a contract to supply self-driving technologies to 8 million cars at a European automaker starting in 2021, a company official told Reuters.

Tesla crash gets U.S. scrutiny as police confirm Autopilot use

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2018 - 01:50
Tesla confirmed to police that another of its vehicles crashed with a driver using Autopilot, and the incident triggered more scrutiny by federal regulators.

U.S. safety agency to probe Tesla crash in Utah

Automotive Business Review - 17 mai 2018 - 01:50
NHTSA is sending a team to investigate the crash of a Tesla vehicle last week in Utah that the driver said occurred while the car was in autopilot mode.

Ford to restart F-150 output Friday following supplier fire

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2018 - 23:50
Ford will restart production of the F-150 at a Dearborn, Mich., factory on Friday, and a Kansas City plant by Monday, after more than a week of downtime resulting from a fire at a key parts supplier.

U.S. pushing for NAFTA deal as Thursday deadline approaches

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2018 - 21:37
The United States is pushing for a deal in negotiations on a revised NAFTA, the White House said. Canadian and Mexican officials were not due in Washington for talks before a Thursday deadline.

King's nomination hearing for NHTSA chief hits on lethal airbags

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2018 - 21:30
Takata airbags and autonomous vehicles were the focus of a Senate committee's examination of Heidi King, President Donald Trump's nominee to be NHTSA's next administrator.

Former Ford plant site's remaining 182 acres sold after litigation settled

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2018 - 19:33
A Cleveland-based company has purchased the remaining 182 acres of the Ford's Wixom assembly plant site near Detroit after the automaker settled federal litigation over the land.

Judge rules dealership can pursue claims against former finance manager

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2018 - 18:37
A Florida dealership can pursue claims that a former finance manager misappropriated trade secrets, misrepresented his background and violated confidentiality agreements and a computer fraud law, a federal judge ruled.

Honcker's drive to share payment data leaves dealers with mixed opinions

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2018 - 18:36
Honcker will let dealers and customers view competitive monthly payment data through its platform. Executives say it will give its dealership clients an edge, but dealers have mixed feelings.

Connecticut finance manager charged with larceny

Automotive Business Review - 16 mai 2018 - 18:35
Connecticut dealership Lee Partyka Chevrolet is entangled in a legal case for the second time in two months after its finance manager was charged with embezzling $80,000 from the store.
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