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Hyundai-Kia says it will sell record 8 million vehicles globally in 2014

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 12:22
Hyundai and Kia said better-than-expected sales in Brazil, China and India will help them sell a record 8 million vehicles this year, even as a stronger won erodes profitability.

'18 Wrangler to get 8-speed automatic

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
The long-awaited Jeep Wrangler redesign planned for 2018 will come with an eight-speed automatic transmission that promises to dramatically improve the off-roader's fuel economy.

SGL sees rising interest in carbon fiber parts

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
SGL Group, the materials supplier for carbon fiber reinforced parts in BMW's electric cars, is in talks with Audi, Porsche, GM and other carmakers to supply carbon fiber for a wider range of automotive components, its CEO said.

BMW, Mercedes gain in once-impregnable Korea

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
South Korea's car imports have leapt from 3 percent of sales a decade ago to 14 percent today as foreign brands led by Germany's BMW and Mercedes take advantage of a free trade deal to grow sales in a once impregnable market.

'18 Wrangler to get 8-speed automatic, FCA filing shows

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
The long-awaited Jeep Wrangler redesign planned for 2018 will come with an eight-speed automatic transmission that promises to dramatically improve the off-roader's fuel economy.

Airbag inflator shortage plagues industry

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
Honda and other automakers that have recalled vehicles equipped with Takata airbags are trapped in a nasty dilemma.

Ghosn: Nissan will fill gaps with Japanese imports

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
As Nissan Motor Corp. pushes to boost U.S. market share and cut reliance on Japanese imports, it's clear which goal takes priority: selling more vehicles. Even if it takes more imports to do it.

Audi tests car sharing for the wealthy

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
Audi is dipping its toe into car sharing, but with a premium twist. Audi has quietly begun two pilot luxury car sharing programs in Europe - one in Stockholm and another in Berlin.

GM's savvy new face to suppliers

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
Addressing an industry conference in Traverse City, Mich., this summer, General Motors' global powertrain boss Steve Kiefer asked a room packed with about 500 people how many owned a GM vehicle.

As Ford spends big, GM joins aluminum with simple welds

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
General Motors is adding more lightweight aluminum to its vehicles. But unlike Ford Motor Co., GM is not spending hundreds of millions of dollars to retool its assembly plants for the metal.

Toyota's fuel cell goal: Big cost cutting

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
Toyota Motor Corp.'s top fuel cell engineer predicts the automaker will slash the cost of the next hydrogen-fueled powertrain to between one-third and one-fourth the cost of the current system.

Fuel cell cars steal spotlight

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
Automakers are beginning to nudge the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle out of the illusion factory that is Southern California and into the broader conversation about the future of clean transportation.

M-B exec: S class 'is now our flagship platform'

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
Mercedes-Benz thinks there's a new, hot niche in the global auto industry: $100,000-plus cars.

Ford F-150 rivals: Let's rumble

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
Ford Motor Co. began shipping finished 2015 F-150 pickups to dealers last week as it announced the new aluminum-body truck will get up to 29 percent better fuel economy than the outgoing steel-body F-150.

JLR speaks up for voice recognition with startup's tech

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
Voice-recognition systems have fallen far short of their promise. Android Auto and CarPlay both use voice recognition, but CloudCar wants to go even further with JustDrive.

Cardinale group makeover flexes digital muscle

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 06:01
In 2008, the recession was raging, and dealer Joe Cardinale decided to make some changes.

Chrysler blitzes American Music Awards

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 05:00
Chrysler on Sunday night launched an ad blitz during the American Music Awards that linked five of its brands to A-list recording artists in spots that co-promoted both the vehicles and Interscope singles.

Chrysler blitzes American Music Awards with Fergie, Imagine Dragons, others

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 05:00
Chrysler on Sunday night launched an ad blitz during the American Music Awards that linked five of its brands to A-list recording artists in spots that co-promoted both the vehicles and Interscope singles.

How the stars aligned with Chrysler brands

Automotive Business Review - 24 nov. 2014 - 05:00
How did Chrysler decide which star fit best with which auto brand? Marissa Hunter, director of global brand advertising and head of Ram Truck brand advertising, laid it out like this.

Huawei bets on 5G for driverless cars

Financial Times - 23 nov. 2014 - 19:51
Fifth generation technologies planned to enable cars to be driven at least partially by remote control
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