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Gas delivery startups want to fill up cars anywhere, but is it allowed?

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 17:49
A new crop of startups are trying to make gas stations obsolete. Tap an app, and they'll bring the gas to you, filling up your car while you're at work, eating breakfast, or watching Netflix.

Nissan takes new ad path after U.S. exec ripped agencies

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 17:10
Nissan is making a new safety pitch in U.S. ads breaking this week as part of a larger marketing overhaul that will take full effect in June.

Takata sets aside additional $189 million to cover airbag recall costs

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 13:39
Takata raised provisions for its airbag recalls that involve more than a dozen auto manufacturers, after denying reports that the biggest safety crisis in the industry's history will expand further.

The 'junk bond king' held court at 4 a.m.

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
Former Ford and Chrysler public relations chief Jason Vines is out with a new book - this one co-authored by former American Motors CEO Joe Cappy.

De Nysschen takes the long view on profit margin

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen told Reuters in at the Beijing auto show last week that he is targeting an 11 percent operating margin in 10 years for the brand.

Subaru aims to sell more Impreza sedans

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
Subaru has long leaned on the five-door version of the Impreza for volume in the small-car segment. But with the next-generation arriving this year, Subaru wants the sedan variant to do more heavy lifting.

Ford's China route: Latecomer, contender, EV embracer

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
In the next phase of its Chinese evolution, Ford plans to introduce electrified cars, as well as to bring in its first pickup and GT super sports car.

Porsche speeds ahead with 911 turbo; purists fret

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
Porsche's U.S. leader thinks sales of the iconic 911 can go higher. Potential buyers nervous about the nameplate's move to turbocharged engines who test out the cars will be won over by its improvements, he says.

Mazda combats sales damage with redesigned CX-9 flagship

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
Mazda executives expect the redesigned CX-9 crossover to reverse the automaker's U.S. market share slump and pull the brand back from the incentives it once vowed to avoid.

Porsche to sell Panamera wagon in U.S.

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
Porsche continues to expand its product offering outside traditional sports cars. The brand's U.S. CEO confirms Porsche will begin selling a wagon variant of its Panamera sports sedan in the U.S.

Fast growth for a showroom ghost

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
U.S. sales of full-size vans are increasing eight times faster than the industry average. The growth has commercial vans on track to top half a million sales for the first time ever this year.

Nissan's less-is-more plan on pickup variations

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
Nissan's new Titan will be available with only a fraction of the configurations that are possible on the big-selling Detroit 3 pickups. But Nissan hopes that will actually please its customers.

Joe Hinrichs has Ford humming

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
Since 2011, Ford Motor Co. has earned pretax profits totaling $45 billion in North America. It lost $1.8 billion in the rest of the world. And North America's position as Ford's profit driver keeps getting stronger.

Attempted murder? How store struck back

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
When an online review falsely accused Huntington Beach Mazda's staff of attempted murder and elderly abuse, dealer John Patterson went into action to mitigate the damage.

In Texas: 'Everyone is in hail mode'

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
Texas auto dealers are turning to 'hail sales' to try and make the best of a bad situation: the Lone Star state's worst run of hail damage in years.

Jeep's push to produce in China is paying off

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
Jeep is moving ahead in China, thanks to investments in local crossover production. But in a market haunted by factory overcapacity, premium brand Lexus is also pulling ahead purely as an importer.

Stop-sale backlog hits public groups' earnings

Automotive Business Review - 2 mai 2016 - 07:01
Several publicly traded dealership groups noted that cars and truck languishing for months on their lots under stop-sale orders due to recalls hurt their first-quarter earnings. The problem could linger into 2017.

Why Michigan wants to stay in the driver's seat on autonomous vehicle legislation

Automotive Business Review - 1 mai 2016 - 20:14
Attorneys who specialize in connected car technology and autonomous vehicles say the industry is creating new and unique legal issues around everything from cybersecurity and data protection to product liability.

Long road ahead for China electric cars

Financial Times - 1 mai 2016 - 08:56
Failure to create real demand threatens Beijing’s dream of becoming world’s top market

VW whips up miracle view of U.S.

Automotive Business Review - 1 mai 2016 - 07:01
The U.S. may be ground zero for Volkswagen's diesel scandal, but company executives proclaimed it the most important source of long-term growth for VW and said they are at work on a new brand strategy for the region.
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