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Former Hitachi exec sentenced to 15 months in prison after guilty plea for price fixing

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 12:45
A former executive with Hitachi Automotive Systems pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 15 months in prison for conspiring to fix prices on a number of automotive parts sold in the United States.

Former Hitachi executive sentenced to 15 months in prison after guilty plea for price fixing

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 12:45
A former executive with Hitachi Automotive Systems pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 15 months in prison for conspiring to fix prices on a number of automotive parts sold in the United States.

Made-in-China cars steer course abroad

Financial Times - 23 avr. 2015 - 09:52
Chinese vehicles for export to US highlight how far manufacturers have come

Mercedes fined over China price-fixing

Financial Times - 23 avr. 2015 - 09:10
Penalty of $56m comes after watchdog says carmaker set pricing and reprimanded dealers

Ford F-150 regular cab, SuperCab join SuperCrew with 5-star safety ratings

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 02:00
The redesigned Ford F-150 pickup has earned the government's highest possible crash safety rating, answering worries that the truck's all-new aluminum body would compromise crashworthiness.

Carmakers buck UK low productivity trend

Financial Times - 23 avr. 2015 - 01:36
Output per worker climbs to record level in rare British manufacturing success story

GM, Clemson roll out Deep Orange concept for urban, young buyers

Automotive Business Review - 23 avr. 2015 - 01:30
GM and Clemson University students unveiled a vehicle -- Deep Orange 5 -- aimed at young, price-conscious consumers in big cities that takes the connected, digital car to a new level.

Google's 'Mobilegeddon' forces dealerships to get mobile-friendly

Automotive Business Review - 22 avr. 2015 - 22:54
If consumer preferences haven't already prompted auto dealerships to operate mobile-friendly websites and digital marketing tools, Google is giving them an extra nudge.

Auto safety technology trumps entertainment for consumers, J.D. Power study finds

Automotive Business Review - 22 avr. 2015 - 20:00
Automakers should invest in safety technology, over entertainment and convenience, to satisfy customers, according to a J.D. Power study released today.

EVs need more fed support, study finds

Automotive Business Review - 22 avr. 2015 - 18:32
A study commissioned by Congress says the federal government must to do more to support the market for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.

Study urges more federal support for EVs

Automotive Business Review - 22 avr. 2015 - 18:32
A study commissioned by Congress says the federal government must to do more to support the market for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.

Dealers missing out on digital FandI sales, study finds

Automotive Business Review - 22 avr. 2015 - 18:30
Consumers want FandI product information online rather than all-at-once at the end of their vehicle purchases, a new study finds.

Asbury, Sonic see below-average FandI revenue at new-initiative stores

Automotive Business Review - 22 avr. 2015 - 18:30
Two of the nation's biggest publicly traded dealership groups said early, small-scale results from their nontraditional dealerships -- either stand-alone used-vehicle stores or ones that use techniques such as no-haggle pricing -- showed below...

Some auto lenders let others pursue volume

Automotive Business Review - 22 avr. 2015 - 18:15
Some auto lenders are choosing not to chase volume. Consumer Portfolio Services and PNC Bank are consciously passing up volume to protect profits and their credit standards. Wells Fargo made a similar statement this month.

Lithia's Q1 net income soars 64% on broad gains, DCH integration

Automotive Business Review - 22 avr. 2015 - 18:03
Lithia Motors' net income surged 64 percent to $41 million in the first quarter from a year earlier, on strong sales across all divisions and the continued integration of its purchase last year of DCH Auto Group, the dealership group said today.

BMW is building vehicle distribution center in Texas to serve the South

Automotive Business Review - 22 avr. 2015 - 17:44
BMW AG said it is building a vehicle distribution center in Texas to serve the Southern US. The facility at the Port of Galveston will serve the 45 BMW and Mini dealers in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas.

Volvo: passing lane

Financial Times - 22 avr. 2015 - 17:31
There has been a change of drivers at the Swedish group

Volvo ousts CEO for Scania chief

Financial Times - 22 avr. 2015 - 16:08
Truckmaker’s shares surge Olof Persson is replaced

Peugeot, IBM agree to develop new connected-car services

Automotive Business Review - 22 avr. 2015 - 15:26
PSA Peugeot Citroen and IBM are working together to hook cars up to the Internet, going beyond mapping and infotainment to link vehicles up to shops, service networks and urban transport grids, the companies said today.

Suzuki recalls record 2 million cars for smoking ignition switch

Automotive Business Review - 22 avr. 2015 - 14:21
Suzuki said it would recall 2 million cars, a record for the automaker, including Chevrolet Cruzes it builds for GM, to replace the ignition switch after reports of fumes being emitted from the faulty component.
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