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Tesla's data collection may help it deflect Autopilot liability, lawyers say

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2016 - 22:59
The large volume of data Tesla collects from its cars on the road has armed it with information to publicly counter, and possibly legally defend, claims about the safety of its Autopilot driving-assist software, according to lawyers familiar with...

Metaldyne Performance Group to consolidate 8 brands

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2016 - 22:39
Powertrain components supplier Metaldyne Performance Group will consolidate its eight brands following a merger nearly two years ago. All brands will fall under the MPG moniker.

FCA appoints Chernoby to new global compliance post

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2016 - 22:30
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has appointed longtime engineering executive Mark Chernoby to a new role as the automaker's global chief technical compliance officer.

BMW N.A. retains Interpublic's UM for media work

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2016 - 22:19
Interpublic Group's UM has retained BMW's North American media planning and buying account after a review. The agency has also picked up media planning for BMW-owned Mini, after previously handling buying.

Ted Morse, head of Florida dealership group, dies at 66

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2016 - 22:15
Ted Morse, CEO of a longstanding, family-owned Florida dealership group, died Tuesday at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami. He was 66.

Daimler, Ferrari selling some new vehicles with faulty airbags, Senate report says

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2016 - 22:05
Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz and Daimler Vans units and Ferrari are among a small group of automakers selling some new vehicles with faulty Takata airbags that will be subject to recalls by the end of 2018, a Senate report released said Wednesday.

Johnson Matthey’s mixed feelings on Brexit

Financial Times - 20 juill. 2016 - 21:02
Decline in sterling boosting revenues but international workforce worried about future

ACDelco sets July 31 deadline for scholarship applications

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2016 - 20:24
ACDelco set a July 31 application deadline for the 100 scholarships of $1,000 each that the parts maker will award to students enrolled in General Motors' service training program.

Brussels embarks on stricter CO2 targets

Financial Times - 20 juill. 2016 - 18:46
Electric and alternative fuel sources feature in low-emissions transport strategy

Dealers still not convinced the CFPB understands their business

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2016 - 18:45
The CFPB's Patrice Ficklin got an earful after speaking at a minority dealers' gathering. She took the criticism and responded.Dealers still not convinced the CFPB understands their business

Dow-DuPont shareholders approve $59 billion merger of equals

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2016 - 18:36
Shareholders of Dow Chemical and DuPont approved the companies' historic merger, clearing a hurdle for the deal to close this year and for a later split into three entities.

BMW's 2017 diesels delayed by more stringent EPA emissions tests

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2016 - 18:23
The EPA's crackdown on diesels has delayed the certification and sale of four BMW models. BMW confirmed it is still awaiting production certification of all 2017 diesels and would not say now long this would take.

Hyundai dealers in China seek up to $135 million in compensation

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2016 - 14:11
A group of Hyundai dealers in China is seeking 800 million-900 million yuan ($120 million-135 million) in compensation from the South Korean automaker, saying Hyundai has cut the flow of models it exports to them, resulting in dealership losses and...

China lifts stake caps on foreign motorcycle, battery manufacturers

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2016 - 14:00
China's central government said it'll exempt foreign makers of motorcycles and batteries from ownership limits in their manufacturing operations, revising a key industrial policy just as rulemakers consider similar measures for car...

VW shares jump on higher profit forecast

Financial Times - 20 juill. 2016 - 13:27
German carmaker also raises its estimate for the cost of the emissions scandal to €18.4bn

Volkswagen H1 results higher than forecast

Financial Times - 20 juill. 2016 - 11:37
German carmaker surprises market by releasing earnings early

VW done with diesel push in U.S., exec says

Automotive Business Review - 19 juill. 2016 - 21:54
Volkswagen will take a step back from the diesel powertrains that defined its U.S. vehicle lineup for the better part of a decade amid a repositioning of the brand in the aftermath of the company's emissions scandal, VW's top U.S. official says.

VW scandal involved ‘dozens’ of employees

Financial Times - 19 juill. 2016 - 21:41
NY lawsuit casts doubt on group’s initial defence that only a small number of staff were responsible

VW scandal involved ‘dozens’ of employees

Financial Times - 19 juill. 2016 - 21:41
NY lawsuit casts doubt on group’s initial defence that only a small number of staff were responsible

Ford, tequila maker Jose Cuervo team up on bioplastic project

Automotive Business Review - 19 juill. 2016 - 20:59
Ford said it's working with tequila producer Jose Cuervo to turn discarded agave plant fibers into bioplastic parts for vehicles.
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