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Long road ahead for China electric cars

Financial Times - 1 May, 2016 - 08:56
Failure to create real demand threatens Beijing’s dream of becoming world’s top market

VW whips up miracle view of U.S.

Automotive Business Review - 1 May, 2016 - 07:01
The U.S. may be ground zero for Volkswagen's diesel scandal, but company executives proclaimed it the most important source of long-term growth for VW and said they are at work on a new brand strategy for the region.

Skepticism surrounds China EV boom

Automotive Business Review - 1 May, 2016 - 07:01
No one said electrifying China's auto market would be easy. But even as automakers flood the nation with new eco-models and the government pushes generous incentives, there remains much skepticism about the country's ballyhooed EV boom.

More markets for U.S.-made Jeeps

Automotive Business Review - 1 May, 2016 - 07:01
Jeep's fast-growing global manufacturing footprint will not only end the brand's 'Sophie's Choice' allocation challenges, but will increase sales opportunities for top-end Jeeps made exclusively in the U.S.

Mini's challenge: Growing while it shrinks

Automotive Business Review - 30 April, 2016 - 07:01
BMW's top executive for Mini, Peter Schwarzenbauer, says it will be tricky to launch a fifth nameplate that both attracts consumers and fits the brand's image.

How Jaguar spells U.S. future: F-Pace

Automotive Business Review - 30 April, 2016 - 07:01
Jaguar's new F-Pace compact crossover will be the key vehicle to boosting the brand's lackluster U.S. sales, Jaguar's top U.S. executive says.

Mini's goal: Grow sales without hurting brand's image

Automotive Business Review - 30 April, 2016 - 07:01
BMW's top executive for Mini, Peter Schwarzenbauer, says it will be tricky to launch a fifth nameplate that both attracts consumers and fits the brand's image.

Why Tesla's long waiting list for Model 3 needed a caveat

Automotive Business Review - 30 April, 2016 - 02:04
It is certainly possible Tesla had 400,000 reservations from people who intend to buy a Model 3. But we at Automotive News had reservations of our own before CEO Elon Musk clarified the situation.

Tesla's long waiting list for Model 3 needs a caveat

Automotive Business Review - 30 April, 2016 - 02:04
It is certainly possible Tesla had 400,000 reservations from people who intend to buy a Model 3. But we at Automotive News had reservations of our own before CEO Elon Musk clarified the situation.

Week in Review, April 30

Financial Times - 29 April, 2016 - 23:09
Apple, carmakers, hedge funds, Deutsche Bank and Boeing and Airbus

Ito named CEO of Denso International America

Automotive Business Review - 29 April, 2016 - 22:53
Kenichiro Ito has been named CEO of Denso International America as part of several top management changes at the Japanese auto parts supplier, the company said in a press release.

Nissan will recall 3.53 million vehicles because airbags may not deploy

Automotive Business Review - 29 April, 2016 - 21:50
Nissan said it is recalling 3.53 million vehicles worldwide because passenger-side airbags may not work properly because vehicle sensors may malfunction.

FCA offers DIY Siri Eyes Free software update

Automotive Business Review - 29 April, 2016 - 20:43
Fiat Chrysler released a free software package that allows owners of certain 2013-15 vehicles equipped with its Uconnect infotainment system to integrate the Apple iPhone's Siri Eyes Free feature.

Daimler appoints Deloitte to aid diesel engine probe

Automotive Business Review - 29 April, 2016 - 19:34
Daimler appointed investigators from Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu to help gather documents and e-mails on its diesel-engine emissions as part of a probe requested by the U.S. Department of Justice.

Drones, planes and the fear factor

Financial Times - 29 April, 2016 - 19:17
Governments are not quite sure what to do about drones, beyond wafty promises to educate buyers

Renault board maintains Ghosn's 2015 pay despite shareholder revolt

Automotive Business Review - 29 April, 2016 - 19:15
Renault's board stuck by its decision to pay Carlos Ghosn $8.2 million for 2015 in defiance of a non-binding shareholder vote against the CEO's compensation package on Friday.

Renault shareholders reject CEO Ghosn's 2015 pay package

Automotive Business Review - 29 April, 2016 - 19:15
Renault's board met Friday to weigh a response to a non-binding shareholder vote against CEO Carlos Ghosn's $8.23 million compensation package for 2015. Ghosn, who also heads Nissan Motor Co.

AutoNation resumes ties with TrueCar after 2015 split

Automotive Business Review - 29 April, 2016 - 18:45
AutoNation will begin using TrueCar again at 55 of its dealerships starting Saturday in what the retailer is describing as a test. The resumption of ties will reverse AutoNation's acrimonious breakup with TrueCar last July.

AutoNation resumes relationship with TrueCar after last year's breakup

Automotive Business Review - 29 April, 2016 - 18:45
AutoNation will begin using TrueCar again at 55 of its dealerships starting Saturday in what the retailer is describing as a test. The resumption of ties will reverse AutoNation's acrimonious breakup with TrueCar last July.

French state leads revolt on Renault pay

Financial Times - 29 April, 2016 - 18:39
54 per cent of investors opposed Carlos Ghosn’s €7.3m package
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