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Mazda to unveil CX-3 for small crossover market

Automotive Business Review - 28 oct. 2014 - 02:30
Mazda wants a piece of the market for miniaturized crossovers.

More airbag recalls could test automakers' Takata ties

Automotive Business Review - 28 oct. 2014 - 02:29
Japan's Takata, whose potentially defective car airbags have been linked to four deaths in the United States, is unlikely to be dumped by its automaker customers given the cost and disruption of such a move -- for now.

Power storage group plans $1bn US plant

Financial Times - 27 oct. 2014 - 23:10
Alevo’s North Carolina site could create 2,500 jobs making technology for electricity grids

Lincoln's McConaughey ads get another parody, this time from SNL

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 22:10
If the success of an ad campaign -- and the brand it touts -- was measured by the number of parodies it generated, Lincoln's moody ads featuring Oscar-winning actor Matthew McConaughey would already be in the advertising Hall of Fame.

Marussia F1 team in financial crash

Financial Times - 27 oct. 2014 - 19:57
Despite repeated attempts to control cost, smaller teams have struggled to fund the expense

U.S. safety regulators probe Chrysler process on Ram pickup recalls

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 19:55
Federal safety regulators have opened an investigation of Chrysler Group's handling of two recalls for potential steering issues affecting nearly 1 million Dodge Ram pickup trucks in the United States.

U.S. auto sales projected to rise 6% in Oct. to highest total in a decade

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 19:35
New light-vehicle sales are expected to rise about 6 percent in the United States this month from last October to about 1.27 million vehicles, according to three forecasts. It would be the highest October sales volume since 2004.

Infotainment glitches haunt automakers in Consumer Reports' reliability survey

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 18:45
Infotainment hiccups nagged the industry in the Consumer Reports 2014 Annual Auto Reliability Survey, while problems with the Q50 caused Infiniti's ranking to plummet.

Tenneco's adjusted Q3 net income rises 26% on record revenue

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 18:27
Tenneco, a supplier of ride control components and emission control systems, said today its adjusted third-quarter net income rose 26 percent from a year earlier to $78 million.

Deaths linked to GM's ignition switch rise to 30

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 18:08
A program to compensate victims of mishaps caused by a faulty ignition switch in General Motors' vehicles has approved one new death claim, bringing the total number of deaths linked to the switch so far to 30, according to a report released today.

'No other supplier other than Takata has used this ammonium nitrate'

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 13:30
The emerging crisis over airbags traces back to a little-known Japanese company that for over 20 years has supplied the safety devices to automakers including Toyota, Honda and GM.

Honda to take $53 million charge for recalls, including Fit

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 12:57
Honda Motor Co. said it will book 5.7 billion yen ($53 million) in additional recall charges for vehicles, including the top-selling Fit compact car and the new Vezel SUV.

Tesla offers leasing options for new Model S in U.S.

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 12:49
Tesla Motors unveiled a leasing policy for its new Model S with an option for buyers in the United States to return the car within three months of purchase.

Toyota's global sales rise 3% as race with VW tightens

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 12:38
Toyota said worldwide sales climbed 3 percent through September as the carmaker battles Volkswagen to be the global sales leader. The race is playing out as automakers contend with mounting recalls and rising scrutiny over the safety of vehicles.

Takata to form quality control committeee; CEO apologizes for airbag crisis

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 12:30
Takata said it will form a global quality control committee in response to an auto-safety crisis created by flaws in its airbags. The company's CEO also issued an apology.

Dodge brothers back in action in new TV spots

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 06:01
The last time a Detroit automaker resurrected a dead guy for an ad campaign, the result was widely panned.

Scion's iM concept suggests Toyota's Auris is U.S.-bound

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 06:01
Toyota Motor Corp., on a mission to rejuvenate its youth-oriented Scion brand, may replace its boxy xB subcompact with a version of Europe's Toyota Auris, new images suggest.

Auto industry uses 3-D printing heavily in product development

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 06:01
Companies as old as Ford and as new as Local Motors have embraced 3-D printing, a technology that promises faster development, lower costs and a reduction in mechanical failures.

AutoNews Now will pack more news in TV redesign

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 06:01
Automotive News TV's afternoon newscast marks its sixth anniversary this week with a fresh look. A new set and graphics will be part of the redesign of "AutoNews Now." Other changes will allow the show to include more late-breaking news.

Toyota drops resistance to 3-shift plants

Automotive Business Review - 27 oct. 2014 - 06:01
Toyota Motor Corp. is rethinking its longtime resistance to three-shift factories as it seeks to build more vehicles amid a self-imposed freeze on building more plants.
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