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Amazon hires ex-Top Gear presenter Clarkson for TV series

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 18:02
Jeremy Clarkson, the TV presenter who was ousted as host of 'Top Gear' this year, will front a new show on Amazon.com in 2016, underscoring the online retailer's drive to push its streaming service with big-ticket names.

Ford engine plant reopened after bomb threat

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 17:42
Ford's engine plant in suburban Detroit was reopened this afternoon after the first shift was sent home earlier today because of a bomb threat.

Ford engine plant evacuated after bomb threat

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 17:42
The morning shift at Ford's engine plant in suburban Detroit was sent home early today because of a bomb threat. The Macomb County Sheriff's Office was still searching the 2 million-square-foot plant in Romeo, Mich.

BorgWarner Q2 earnings fall 21%

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 17:29
Auto supplier BorgWarner said its second-quarter earnings and revenue were hurt by the stronger U.S. dollar and lower-than-expected sales in China and other parts of the world.

BMW drivers collect $1,000 to delay charging i3 in Calif. pilot

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 17:19
In a new pilot program, a California utility is paying drivers of BMW electric cars to delay charging their vehicles when the power grid is under pressure.

Delphi buys HellermannTyton for £1.1bn

Financial Times - 30 juill. 2015 - 16:17
Car parts maker joins rush to buy industry’s top technology innovators

FCA's Q2 profit rises 69% on strong NAFTA sales

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 16:02
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said its second-quarter net income rose 69 percent to 333 million euros ($364 million) on a strong performance in North America and record global Jeep sales.

Mazda's quarterly profit falls 5.4% despite strong China, U.S. sales

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 11:53
Mazda said quarterly profit fell 5.4 percent despite higher auto sales in China and the U.S. that helped cushion the blow of foreign exchange losses and costs booked for new plants in Mexico and Thailand.

Mazda's quarterly profit drops 5.4% despite strong China, U.S. sales

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 11:53
Mazda said quarterly profit fell 5.4 percent despite higher auto sales in China and the U.S. which helped cushion the blow of foreign exchange losses and costs booked for new plants in Mexico and Thailand.

Phasing out of old models hits Renault

Financial Times - 30 juill. 2015 - 10:58
Shares fall in spite of near 50% rise in first-half earnings at French carmaker

Ford F-150 aluminum repairs cost more than steel, IIHS says

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 07:01
Tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that repairing body damage on the aluminum-bodied 2015 Ford F-150 took longer and cost 26 percent more than on the 2014 F-150 made of steel.

Fiat Chrysler sued in Canada following recent recalls

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 01:45
A Canadian law firm said it filed a lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on Wednesday seeking $4 billion in damages, in connection with the massive recall announced by the automaker earlier in July.

VW rolls out crash avoidance with '16 lineup

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 01:00
Volkswagen, catching up to its luxury siblings, will offer sensor-based safety features across nearly its entire U.S. lineup for model year 2016.

New test shows disparities in Ford F-150 crash protection

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 01:00
After a follow-up test, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety said Ford "shortchanges" some buyers of its redesigned 2015 F-150 pickups by equipping certain models with protective steel bars while leaving them off others.

U.S. House committee approves limit on CFPB's oversight of auto lending

Automotive Business Review - 30 juill. 2015 - 00:15
The U.S. House Financial Services Committee approved a bill Wednesday that would significantly limit the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's guidance over auto lending.

Tesla offers $1,000 referral incentive on Model S

Automotive Business Review - 29 juill. 2015 - 23:09
Tesla, testing the power of viral marketing to sell its EVs, will offer a word-of-mouth discount on the Model S through the end of October, with both referrer and buyer receiving $1,000.

CDK sees 25 percent profit growth in 2016

Automotive Business Review - 29 juill. 2015 - 22:37
CDK Global CEO Steve Anenen predicted that earnings at the dealership software giant would jump in its 2016 fiscal year.

TrueCar, Sonic settle trademark lawsuit

Automotive Business Review - 29 juill. 2015 - 22:00
TrueCar and Sonic Automotive reached a settlement in TrueCar's lawsuit against the dealership group over trademark infringement.

Robots can kill but they do not understand us

Financial Times - 29 juill. 2015 - 19:09
Despite rapid advances in machine learning, androids remain a distant prospect

Mini issues recall for side impact protection

Automotive Business Review - 29 juill. 2015 - 18:45
Mini is recalling 30,456 Cooper and Cooper S cars in the U.S. to address poor side impact protection.
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