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UAW chief blasts Detroit 3 for shifting output to Mexico

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 22:34
UAW President Dennis Williams criticized automakers for moving vehicle production to Mexico while taking issue with the notion that the union negotiated such moves last year in return for the end of tiered wages for workers and investments in U.S.

U.S. auto sales to fall 5.7% in May, LMC and Power say

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 22:05
The days of lofty year-over-year increases in monthly U.S. auto sales may be reaching an end. Forecasters J.D. Power and LMC Automotive say U.S. deliveries of new light vehicles will slide 5.

Daimler to set aside $560 million to cover airbag recall

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 21:53
Daimler said today it would set aside around 500 million euros ($560 million) this year for the recall of some of its vehicles, which contain airbags made by Takata Corp.

Daimler to take around $560 million provision for airbag recall

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 21:53
Daimler said today it would set aside around 500 million euros ($560 million) this year for the recall of some of it vehicles, which contain airbags made by Takata Corp .

Cruise Automation ex-partners settle dispute after GM deal

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 21:51
The two co-founders of Cruise Automation, the self-driving car startup acquired by General Motors for a reported $1 billion, settled their dispute and will dismiss their lawsuits against each other.

Energy group presses U.S. to speed autonomous car deployment

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 20:16
A group of business executives and retired U.S. military officials, aiming to reduce America's reliance on oil, called for the removal of regulatory barriers and a national policy to trump state rules to foster autonomous car deployment.

GM ends output of Cadillac ELR

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 19:15
Cadillac has ended production of the ELR plug-in hybrid, the striking coupe that never recovered from an initial $79,995 price tag that many consumers and dealers deemed exorbitant.

Jeep Cherokee, Grand Cherokee output disrupted by steering wheel shortage

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 19:15
A shortage of steering wheels is disrupting production of the Jeep Cherokee and also has slowed output of the Jeep Grand Cherokee.

GM expands car-sharing service Maven to Boston, Chicago, D.C.

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 18:46
General Motors is expanding its car-sharing service Maven to Boston, Chicago and Washington, D.C., nearly four months after the service was launched.

Uber gives glimpse of latest self-driving prototype car

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 18:34
Uber is finally giving the world a peek at the car it's using to test self-driving technology.

FCA's Mopar to add first U.S. parts distribution center since 2001

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 16:00
Mopar plans a $12.2 million, 400,000-square-foot parts distribution center late this year in northern Virginia, Fiat Chrysler's first new U.S. center since 2001.

EPA sets modest hike in renewable fuel use for 2017

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 13:13
U.S. regulators proposed a modest increase in the amount of corn-based ethanol and biofuels that fuel producers must mix into diesel and gasoline in 2017.

Tesla says 12,200 Model 3 orders canceled

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 01:11
Tesla now holds about 373,000 reservations for the Model 3 electric car due late next year following customer cancellations of about 8,000 cars and 4,200 duplicates canceled by the company.

GM to compensate crossover buyers for mpg error

Automotive Business Review - 19 May, 2016 - 00:15
General Motors is hashing out a plan to compensate nearly 170,000 owners of 2016 model large crossovers purchased with window stickers that overstated their fuel economy, just as the first lawsuit over the matter was filed in federal court.

Tesla plans $2 billion stock sale to accelerate Model 3 program

Automotive Business Review - 18 May, 2016 - 23:30
Tesla Motors plans to sell about $2 billion in stock to help finance the accelerated launch of the new Model 3 electric sedan.

Tesla to raise $2 billion through stock sale for Model 3 program

Automotive Business Review - 18 May, 2016 - 23:30
Tesla Motors expects to raise about $2 billion through a stock offering to "accelerate the ramp" up of its first mass-market car, the Model 3.

Toyota suspends output at Texas truck plant after storm damage

Automotive Business Review - 18 May, 2016 - 22:49
Toyota temporarily halted production at its sprawling San Antonio pickup truck plant on Wednesday after it was hit by lashing rain and strong winds during a major storm.

Germany raises doubts about Opel's emissions device

Automotive Business Review - 18 May, 2016 - 22:49
Germany raised doubts about the legality of devices General Motors' Opel subsidiary used to monitor emissions, raising the possibility that the brand's engine software breaches the country's regulations.

FCA recalls nearly 600,000 Jeep Wranglers, Fiat 500s

Automotive Business Review - 18 May, 2016 - 22:45
Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 600,000 Jeep Wrangler SUVs and Fiat 500 subcompact cars worldwide in two actions.

VW Group faces U.S. patent probe over hybrids

Automotive Business Review - 18 May, 2016 - 19:50
The U.S. International Trade Commission launched an investigation into whether Volkswagen AG and its subsidiaries infringed upon hybrid electric vehicle patents owned by Baltimore-based Paice.
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