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Toyota, Honda in talks to put 6,000 fuel cell cars on road in Tokyo by 2020 Olympics

Automotive Business Review - 20 janv. 2015 - 12:19
Japan's capital will build 35 stations to fuel hydrogen-based fuel cell vehicles and is in negotiations with Toyota Motor Corp. and Honda Motor Co. to put 6,000 hydrogen cars on its roads by 2020.

Acura touts heritage in NSX spot

Automotive Business Review - 20 janv. 2015 - 06:01
Acura has come out swinging in its marketing push for the new NSX. In 'The Acura NSX,' the automaker taps into its brand history in racing to emphasize that the new supercar comes from reliable stock.

Japan's Daicel to lift inflator output after Takata recalls

Automotive Business Review - 20 janv. 2015 - 02:48
Japan's Daicel said it would boost production of airbag inflators to meet demand for the component at the heart of rival Takata's quality problems, which have led to the recall of more than 24 million vehicles worldwide since 2008.

Ford, Lincoln say no Super Bowl ads as more brands stay on sidelines

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 21:28
Ford and Lincoln will not run Super Bowl commercials this year, a spokeswoman confirmed today, as more automakers sit out the game. So far, 6 brands plan to run ads this year compared with 11 last year.

Hyundai posts biggest gain in global patent filings, report says

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 19:07
Hyundai posted the biggest gains in the number of patent filings over the past five years, narrowing the gap with industry leader Toyota, according to an analysis of global patent applications released today.

Tesla: in need of a recharge

Financial Times - 19 janv. 2015 - 18:25
Shares in the electric car maker have fallen heavily, with good reason

BMW's Robertson sees cheap gas making electric cars a harder sell

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 16:53
Cheap gas may make electric cars an even harder sell, said a top executive at BMW, the German luxury automaker that's aiming for plug-in versions of all its top models.

Subaru puts China production effort on hold as car demand wanes

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 16:42
Fuji Heavy Industries, the only Japanese automaker without Chinese government approval to start a joint venture, put efforts to build cars on hold in the country, where demand growth is slowing.

Acura dealers want bigger piece of the luxury action

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 06:01
Suffering flat sales and a vanilla reputation, Acura is determined to reassert itself as a luxury performance brand and Acura dealers are looking to benefit.

Dealers like smoother Ford product launches

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 06:01
After several botched launches that frustrated dealers and customers, Ford Motor Co. orchestrated much smoother rollouts in 2014, said Brian Godfrey, chairman of the Ford National Dealer Council.

Fox takes the helm at NADA; CFPB, Tesla top agenda

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 06:01
Bill Fox takes over as chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Association at the group's convention in San Francisco as the 16,000-dealer organization is fighting for its members on two fronts.

How to get online shoppers to stay put?

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 06:01
As dealers rethink online operations, they often return to a common goal: Find ways to keep shoppers on their websites longer. And well they should, said A.J. Maida, digital marketing director for Papa's Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram in New Britain, Conn.

After '11 quake, Renesas is ready for next disaster

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 06:01
At the International CES this month, chipmakers such as Renesas, Nvidia and Freescale were eager to brag about their readiness to supply the silicon brains for infotainment and driverless cars. But when I chatted with Ali Sebt -- chief of Renesas' U.

With GOP in charge, this could be the year for trade

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 06:01
Bradley Hoffman, incoming chairman of the American International Automobile Dealers Association, takes over the trade group as its top issue -- free trade -- could take center stage in the not-so-distant future.

Autos, audio amplify each other

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 06:01
Jaguar Land Rover's partnership with Meridian is part of an intensifying competition among luxury carmakers to use high-end audio brands to enhance their vehicles' appeal. In December, Ford Motor Co.'

Mini expects to bounce back with new products, TV spots

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 06:01
Mini USA expects a record year fueled by the redesigned Cooper hardtop and the new four-door hatch, said David Duncan, vice president of Mini of the Americas.

Mazda looks to lift loyalty

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 06:01
Mazda Motor Corp. hopes that quick midcycle makeovers and the addition of a compact crossover will lift the marque's brand loyalty rating closer to the industry average.

Pressures on franchise system put retailers in a bunker mentality

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 06:01
Some dealers say the pressures -- threats, even -- to the franchise system have never been greater. And some worry that those pressures could damage the dealer model beyond repair.

Dealership of the future adds tech, comfort and cuts time

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 06:01
There's value in the traditional brick-and-mortar dealership showroom, industry experts say -- but it must evolve.

'White space' is Buick's playground

Automotive Business Review - 19 janv. 2015 - 06:01
Buick's US lineup -- threadbare five years ago -- has emerged as a place where General Motors can gamble on different body styles and explore market niches that its rivals either haven't yet discovered or don't care to.
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