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Death of Australian car output leaves chasm

Automotive Business Review - 8 hours 34 min ago
GM will close its Holden factory in Australia on Friday, ending more than a century of car manufacturing in the country.

Mexico auto group rejects U.S. proposal on NAFTA rules of origin

Automotive Business Review - 12 hours 7 min ago
The Mexican Auto Industry Association rejected U.S. proposals to increase North American content for light vehicles produced in the region and require, under a new NAFTA deal, that half of all content come from the United States.

NXP plans for future while waiting for Qualcomm deal approval

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 23:57
Combined operations between Qualcomm and NXP will open up broad self-driving car uses.

Despite startup hurdles, Tesla Model 3 wins early praise

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 23:23
Tesla may be behind on internal production targets for the new Model 3, but that doesn't mean Consumer Reports hasn't predicted its reliability.

NADA Data shows dealer profits eroding

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 22:22
New-vehicle dealerships sold about the same number of new vehicles through June this year as they did a year earlier, but dealers are making less money on them, an NADA midyear report says.

NADA Data shows dealer profits eroding

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 22:22
New-vehicle dealerships sold about the same number of new vehicles through June this year as they did a year earlier, but dealers are making less money on them, an NADA midyear report says.

Chief Economist Szakaly will leave NADA for health system

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 21:38
Steven Szakaly, chief economist for the National Automobile Dealers Association, is leaving the group early next month to run data analytics and consumer insights for a major health system.

Chief Economist Szakaly will leave NADA for health-care concern

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 21:38
Steven Szakaly, chief economist for the National Automobile Dealers Association, is leaving the group early next month to run data analytics and consumer insights for a major health system.

IIHS beefs up crash testing for top pick designation

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 20:14
Automakers looking to land top safety accolades should give the same level of attention to both front-passenger safety and the driver's safety, a leading automotive safety organization said.

Google parent company leads $1 billion investment in Lyft

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 19:59
Google parent company Alphabet's investment arm, CapitalG, led a $1 billion investment in Lyft that values the ride-sharing startup at $11 billion, the ride-sharing startup said.

Toyota dominates CR reliability survey again; lots of shifts seen among other brands

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 19:45
For the fifth year in a row, Toyota and Lexus rank as the top two brands for reliability based on a survey of Consumer Reports subscribers. The rankings of the remaining 25 brands reflect a game of musical chairs, however.

GM to settle state ignition-switch litigation claims for $120 million

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 19:20
General Motors agreed to pay $120 million to resolve claims from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia over faulty ignition switches, state attorneys general said.

Chinese-funded EV startup buys tech firm headed by former Tesla exec

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 17:58
SF Motors, a California-based electric vehicle unit of China's Chongqing Sokon Industry Group, acquired an EV and battery tech firm headed by former Tesla executive Martin Eberhard for $33 million.

GM, in battle over stock split, outmaneuvered hedge fund, Einhorn concedes

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 16:04
Hedge fund manager David Einhorn said he bungled his campaign to get GM to split its stock and conceded he was outmaneuvered by the auto giant.

Ford's $28 billion cash pile doesn't buy love on Wall Street

Automotive Business Review - 19 October, 2017 - 13:29
Ford may be both flush with cash and struggling with its stock price, but new CEO Jim Hackett is in no rush to buy Wall Street's love.

Why there's a need for protocol on self-driving car accidents

Automotive Business Review - 18 October, 2017 - 23:56
As fleets of robo-taxis start mixing on public roads with cars, motorcycles and pedestrians, accidents will be inevitable -- and so will be the need for a process to deal with them.

Toyota recalls 310,000 Sienna minivans to fix shift lever problem

Automotive Business Review - 18 October, 2017 - 22:20
Toyota is recalling 310,000 Sienna minivans in the U.S. to fix potential problems with shift levers that could cause the vehicle to roll away.

Illinois scratched from Toyota-Mazda factory sweepstakes

Automotive Business Review - 18 October, 2017 - 22:04
A lack of shovel-ready sites in Illinois and the state's failure to adopt a right-to-work law have helped to sideline the state's bid to land a $1.3 billion assembly plant planned by Toyota and Mazda, a top economic development official says.

How a move to N.Y. is reshaping Cadillac

Automotive Business Review - 18 October, 2017 - 19:53
In the three years that Johan de Nysschen has been running Cadillac, he has moved the global headquarters to New York's SoHo and has pushed sales to their highest levels in three decades.

Nissan comes to the rescue

Automotive Business Review - 18 October, 2017 - 19:00
When a fellow pickup driver gets stuck in the mud, a Nissan Titan owner lends a hand.
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