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Volkswagen, Bosch oppose request for diesel documents

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 23:07
Volkswagen AG and auto supplier Robert Bosch have asked a U.S. federal judge to reject requests from European investors and vehicle owners to access more than 20 million pages of records turned over in VW's emissions cheating scandal.

Takata interiors unit being sold to Piston Group, sources say

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 22:25
Piston Group, the auto supplier owned by former NBA star Vinnie Johnson, is expected to acquire Takata's interiors subsidiary, Irvin Automotive, sources familiar with the deal said.

Audi engineer resigns amid software probe

Financial Times - 26 sept. 2016 - 19:58
Stefan Knirsch leaves Volkswagen-owned carmaker after taking on role last January

Audi seizes on Clinton-Trump debate with new ad

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 18:53
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won't be the only man and woman dueling on TV on Monday night.

Magna to acquire German automotive closures manufacturer

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 18:38
Magna International's closures unit agreed to acquire the BÖCO Group of Companies, the Canadian supplier said today. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The transaction is expected to close in the third quarter, Magna said.

Canada 'working closely' with auto industry to bring investment, minister says

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 18:05
Canada is working closely with automakers to increase investment in the industry, the nation's top economic development minister said today, welcoming the agreement reached between Canada's Unifor union and General Motors.

Renault-Nissan will allow Microsoft to plug cars into the cloud

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 17:39
Microsoft agreed to provide cloud-computing services for cars made by Nissan and Renault as the manufacturers push ahead with developing connected vehicles.

Audi's r&d boss leaves amid emissions scandal inquiry

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 14:21
Audi's head of technical development, Stefan Knirsch, is leaving the carmaker, as investigations continue into parent Volkswagen Group's diesel emissions scandal.

Audi r&d head Knirsch will leave company

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 14:21
Audi's head of technical development will quit his post effective immediately and leave the carmaker, the Volkswagen Group brand said today.

Hyundai union stages first full strike in 12 years

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 14:11
Hyundai Motor's South Korean labor union staged its first full nationwide strike in 12 years today over stalled wage talks, putting the automaker's earnings and sales targets at risk.

Hundreds of recalled Takata airbag parts ruptured in testing

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 13:53
Hundreds of Takata airbag inflators pulled from cars in the auto industry's biggest recall later ruptured in testing, showing the potential risks to drivers.

Takata's search for a savior could drag into next year

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 13:46
The plan to sell beleaguered Takata to a rescuer, slated by year-end, is likely to extend into next year as some bidders want to drag the airbag maker through bankruptcy to wipe out most of its debt, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Strike piles pressure on Hyundai Motor

Financial Times - 26 sept. 2016 - 09:46
S Korean carmaker is already grappling with flagging sales in major markets

Volvo revival reaches 'end of the beginning'

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Volvo Car USA has turned a corner with two of its four 90 series vehicles on sale and two others due early next year, says its CEO.

A dealer's nightmare: $2 million embezzled

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Ford dealer O.C. Welch was stunned a year ago to find out his assistant comptroller was embezzling from him. On Sept. 15, she was sentenced to eight years in prison for stealing nearly $2 million from Welch's South Carolina dealership.

Can Chevy capitalize on Bolt's head start?

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
General Motors is on the verge of beating Wall Street's automotive darling, Tesla, to market with the first 200-mile electric vehicle for less than $40,000.

Big auto shows forced to share the spotlight

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Nissan's effort to grab headlines with a solo launch event in Miami shows how automakers increasingly are weighing alternatives to the major international auto shows.

For Cadillac dealers, no push, but a way out

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Cadillac says it isn't trying to push small dealers out. It's just giving them a simpler alternative to what brand boss Johan de Nysschen warns will be a 'long, arduous and challenging journey.'

Texas fairground set for pickup battles

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Texans' love affair with the pickup truck is being put to the test as the economy softens, dragged down by Houston's contracting energy sector and a strong dollar weighing on the state's sizable export sector.

Next administration could reshape regulation

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Key pieces of President Barack Obama's regulatory and policy agenda will soon be handed over to a new administration. And where they go from there could have big implications for the auto industry.
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