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Honda asks dealers to add service

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2014 - 07:01
Griffith Motors is one of hundreds of Honda and Acura dealers that American Honda is asking to add service bays, hours or both by 2018 to accommodate the automaker's forecast of rising sales.

The vision for self-driving cars? 2020

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2014 - 07:01
The self-driving car is moving from research lab to product plan, with a wave of advanced features due to hit the market by 2020, automakers and suppliers say.

Volkswagen puts its faith in Tennessee

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2014 - 07:01
In conjunction with its announcement last week that it would invest $900 million to expand its Tennessee factory to accommodate a mid-sized cross-over tailored to the U.S.

AutoNation preps for online sales

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2014 - 07:01
By Christmas, AutoNation Inc. customers will be able to initiate a vehicle purchase online.

Ford, Ram escalate towing war

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2014 - 07:01
Ford launched a salvo in the escalating heavy-duty pickup towing rivalry last week. And Ram promptly fired right back.

Selling vehicles for export angers automakers, but is it illegal?

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2014 - 07:01
Authorities working to stop the flowof high-end cars overseas have run into a significant obstacle: Exporters arranging the shipments may not be breaking any laws, even if so-called strawbuyers are sometimes deceptive.

Toyota aims to hold U.S. Hispanic market lead as segment grows

Automotive Business Review - 21 juill. 2014 - 01:49
Toyota plans to remain the top-selling auto brand among U.S. Hispanic customers as competing automakers boost efforts to win a bigger share of business from the nation's largest ethnic minority group, a top executive said Sunday.

Champagne on ice for Europe’s carmakers

Financial Times - 20 juill. 2014 - 17:29
Europe’s car market is stuttering into life, but the rise in demand is nowhere near enough to fill idle, inefficient, factories that are bleeding cash

GM eyes budget range for Europe

Financial Times - 20 juill. 2014 - 16:54
US carmaker wants to recapture sales lost to budget marques such as Kia, Hyundai and Dacia, as it fights to return to profitability in Europe

Automakers await the details of EPA plan for mpg road tests

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2014 - 07:01
Automakers see merit in an EPA proposal that would require them to road test vehicles to verify mileage claims, but they are unclear on how the tests would be handled.

GM's future product challenge

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2014 - 07:01
GM's product cadence has officially escaped the post-bankruptcy doldrums. Now the challenge is to keep it humming.

Warning in your car may be about you

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2014 - 07:01
Automakers are tinkering with a variety of in-car health apps that monitor biometric data such as heart rate, blood sugar, allergies or alertness and relay the information to a driver.

Muscular Challenger bulks up its interior

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2014 - 07:01
The 707-hp SRT Hellcat will generate the most smoke at the drag strip, but it's the rest of the re-engineered Dodge Challenger lineup that likely will fire the interest of consumers.

GM halts sale of some Cadillac CTS models over switch issue

Automotive Business Review - 20 juill. 2014 - 02:24
GM ordered Cadillac dealers to stop selling some versions of the CTS because the automaker does not have a fix yet for cars recalled in late June over an issue where engines can be shut off if the driver's knee bumps the ignition key.

Japan to dangle nearly $20,000 in subsidies to spur fuel-cell sales

Automotive Business Review - 19 juill. 2014 - 16:05
Japan's government will offer at least $19,700 in subsidies to speed up the introduction of fuel-cell vehicles coming to market from Toyota and Honda.

ZF needs TRW's tech know-how, CFO says

Automotive Business Review - 19 juill. 2014 - 15:54
ZF Friedrichshafen believes buying TRW Automotive would give it a better foothold in the market for self-driving and connected cars, its finance chief told a German paper.

Tire makers roll into South Carolina

Automotive Business Review - 19 juill. 2014 - 07:01
South Carolina became the nation's leading tire producer in the fourth quarter last year with estimated daily output of 89,000 tires, edging Oklahoma's 88,000 units.

E-Golf marks VW's flexible product path

Automotive Business Review - 19 juill. 2014 - 07:01
Volkswagen's e-Golf has all the makings of a "compliance car" -- a vehicle whose sole purpose is to satisfy clean-air regulations in California and other states mandating the sale of zero-emission vehicles.

Top lawyer keeps pall over GM

Automotive Business Review - 19 juill. 2014 - 07:01
The changing perception among some of GM CEO Mary Barra's toughest critics suggests that she is maneuvering GM out of the worst of the recall crisis.

Chrysler tells supplier to boost hitch output

Automotive Business Review - 19 juill. 2014 - 00:23
Chrysler Group ordered a supplier of trailer hitches to boost production dramatically a day after the company was accused by federal safety regulators of dragging its feet on the recall of older Jeeps.
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