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For Cadillac dealers, no push, but a way out

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Cadillac says it isn't trying to push small dealers out. It's just giving them a simpler alternative to what brand boss Johan de Nysschen warns will be a 'long, arduous and challenging journey.'

Texas fairground set for pickup battles

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Texans' love affair with the pickup truck is being put to the test as the economy softens, dragged down by Houston's contracting energy sector and a strong dollar weighing on the state's sizable export sector.

Next administration could reshape regulation

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Key pieces of President Barack Obama's regulatory and policy agenda will soon be handed over to a new administration. And where they go from there could have big implications for the auto industry.

54 bits of brilliance on today's cars

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
To understand the genius of the modern car business, have a look at modern cars. Here is a sampling of design elements and wildly imaginative features found in cars and concepts unveiled in the past year or so.

BMW designers work inside out

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
When the creative minds behind BMW's Vision Next 100 sat down to conceive an autonomous driving car of the future, their approach was something of a revolution for the century-old company.

Infiniti readies Q60 for coupe resurgence

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Infiniti goes for a wow factor with its redesigned Q60 coupe, with a sleeker body design and more powerful engine choices.

Ex-refugee is right at home selling cars

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
When Ron Marhofer Chevrolet hired Bishnu Rai a year ago, it gave the group an opportunity to grow sales among the Bhutanese and Nepalese that have immigrated into the Akron area.

Tesla's Autopilot upgrade keeps kids in mind

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Tesla Motors' most recent Autopilot upgrade does a better job of reminding drivers that it doesn't put the car in self-driving mode and that it's actually more of a next-level cruise-control setting.

Dealer&'s hard line on recalls costs him

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
At his Florida Toyota dealership, Earl Stewart implemented a hard-and-fast ban on selling used cars with unrepaired safety recalls. He won't even wholesale used cars with open recalls. It hasn't been easy.

Diversification eases suppliers' r&d burden

Automotive Business Review - 26 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Diversified companies are finding that far-flung businesses may be a secret weapon in developing new automotive technologies.

Cash pours in despite Mexico’s presidential troubles

Financial Times - 26 sept. 2016 - 06:09
Essential reforms have been slow to take off but manufacturing is a bright spot

VW set to accelerate diesel recalls in Europe

Financial Times - 25 sept. 2016 - 17:54
Carmaker seeks to relieve pressure from Brussels over its handling of emissions scandal

VW set to accelerate diesel recalls in Europe

Financial Times - 25 sept. 2016 - 17:54
Carmaker seeks to relieve pressure from Brussels over its handling of emissions scandal

Paris auto show: It's electric

Automotive Business Review - 25 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Germany's automakers will use the Paris auto show to highlight their latest battery technologies as they seek to recapture ground from Tesla.

Canadian GM workers ratify 4-year labor contract

Automotive Business Review - 25 sept. 2016 - 07:01
General Motors workers represented by Canadian union Unifor ratified a four-year contract with the automaker that includes $421 million (C$554 million) in investments and a key change to pension plans for new hires.

At GM: 'An engineer in a designer's body'

Automotive Business Review - 25 sept. 2016 - 07:01
At a time when technology is transforming the automobile, newly promoted GM gearhead Mike Simcoe may be the industry's prototypical design chief.

Canadian GM workers voting on 4-year labor deal as details emerge

Automotive Business Review - 25 sept. 2016 - 07:01
General Motors workers represented by Canadian union Unifor are voting today on whether to ratify a four-year deal with the automaker, details of which have emerged.

Canadian GM workers voting on 4-year labor deal today

Automotive Business Review - 25 sept. 2016 - 07:01
General Motors workers represented by Canadian union Unifor are voting today on whether to ratify a four-year deal with the automaker, details of which have emerged.

Canadian GM workers to vote on 4-year labor deal today

Automotive Business Review - 25 sept. 2016 - 07:01
General Motors workers represented by Canadian union Unifor were set to vote today on a tentative four-year contract that includes $554 million in investments and a major change to pension plans for new hires.

Paris Motor Show: It's electric

Automotive Business Review - 25 sept. 2016 - 07:01
Germany's automakers will use the Paris auto show to highlight their latest battery technologies as they seek to recapture ground from Tesla.
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