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Drive.ai raises $50 million in new funding

Automotive Business Review - 10 hours 45 min ago
Self-driving startup Drive.ai raised $50 million in a second round of funding as the Silicon Valley company prepares to deploy its technology in pilot vehicles later this year.

U.S. plaintiffs' lawyers warn of automaker role in Takata bankruptcy

Automotive Business Review - 11 hours 13 min ago
Lawyers for people injured by exploding Takata airbags told a U.S. bankruptcy court judge that the company's restructuring plan is being skewed to benefit automakers over victims.

Florida dealership protection law takes effect

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 23:17
Florida's governor signed a new dealership protection law, limiting how often automakers can mandate store renovations and how they can apply sales-effectiveness standards.

Key Safety plans to drop Takata name, boost airbag ties with Daicel

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 23:02
Key Safety Systems Inc., the U.S. airbag maker that agreed to buy Takata, plans to unify the products under its own brand and expand ties with other inflator suppliers including Japan's Daicel.

Keller, Mercer team up to advise startups

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 22:49
Well-known industry analysts Maryann Keller and Glenn Mercer are teaming up to advise startups and investors new to the auto industry.

U.S. House panel spars over self-driving car rules

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 22:17
Republicans and Democrats in Congress sparred on Tuesday over U.S. states setting rules for testing and deployment of self-driving cars.

FEV North America to expand vehicle testing at new tech center

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 22:10
The cornerstone of FEV North America's expanded suburban Detroit campus will be a vehicle emissions test center -- adding to its existing prototyping, design and development facilities.

Association asks Mercer to study auction of the future

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 21:53
The National Auto Auction Association has tapped Glenn Mercer to study the wholesale auction of the future.

Progress on the road to autonomy

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 19:43
It's going to be many years, decades perhaps, until self-driving vehicles integrate safely onto the nation's roads and transport passengers 100 percent safely 100 percent of the time.

Ford hikes Expedition pricing across all trims

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 19:26
The Ford Expedition's first redesign in 20 years will be priced $4,500 to $8,500 more than the current model.

Ford bumps up Expedition pricing across all trims

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 19:26
The Ford Expedition's first redesign in 20 years will be priced $4,500 to $8,500 more than the current model.

Camry ups its game without losing its soul

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 19:22
The only thing the midsize sedan kept from the previous generation was the Toyota logo and its reason to be.

Ford hatching Ranger Raptor variant, spy photos show

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 19:16
Ford is hatching plans for a Raptor performance variant of the forthcoming Ranger midsize pickup, based on spy photos taken near the company's product development center in Michigan.

Ram spy photos hint at longer wheelbase, split tailgate

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 18:57
Some features of the next-generation Ram 1500, an apparent longer wheelbase and a new tailgate that folds down and splits in the middle to provide closer access to the bed, have emerged based on new spy photos.

Genesis G70 comes into focus to take on BMW 3 series

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 18:12
With its global debut just a few months away, the styling of Genesis' first-ever G70 is coming into focus.

FCA's recall campaign fails to impress safety advocate Claybrook

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 16:48
FCA cast itself as a noble corporate citizen with a campaign to reduce the huge number of open recalls across the industry. Safety advocate Joan Claybrook wasn't impressed.

Ride-sharing age may give struggling rental companies a lifeline

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 15:40
Old-school rental-car agencies may have a road map to prosper in the age of self-driving taxis after all.

Safety advocates want Congress to go slow on autonomous cars

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 15:08
Basic rules of the road are needed before lawmakers allow companies to dramatically expand testing of self-driving cars, safety and consumer advocates told lawmakers Tuesday.

Honda seeks to admit new evidence in Takata case

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 14:41
Honda argues in a class-action case that it shouldn't be held responsible for Takata's defective airbags.

Takata offers condolences to victims of faulty airbags

Automotive Business Review - 27 June, 2017 - 14:16
Takata expressed condolences to victims of its faulty airbags linked to at least 16 deaths and 180 injuries around the world, but stopped short of offering a full apology.
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