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German automakers willing to drop all tariffs with U.S., report says

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 19:08
German automakers would abandon car tariffs between the EU and the United States in exchange for President Trump dropping a 25 percent tax threat on European auto imports, according to a report.

GM Financial follows the rules but consumers feel the pain

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 19:01
GM Financial stopped reporting customer payment information to the credit bureaus after problems following a systemwide technology upgrade, and legally, that was the lender's only choice.

VW board was weak and indecisive over Audi CEO crisis

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 18:45
When a crisis strikes, a company's board must spring into action and take charge to quickly restore confidence. After Audi CEO Rupert Stadler was arrested over VW Group's diesel scandal, old loyalties took precedence over damage control.

Audi's detained CEO, Stadler, questioned by prosecutors, report says

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 18:18
Munich prosecutors questioned Audi's arrested CEO, Rupert Stadler, about the automaker's diesel-cheating scandal on Wednesday, Reuters reported.

2019 Volvo S60 heralds 'dynamic' powertrain changes

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 18:15
The redesigned Volvo S60 compact sport sedan will be Volvo's first U.S.-manufactured vehicle and its first new-generation model to be sold without a diesel variant.

BMW launches first U.S. ad from new agency

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 17:26
Goodby, Silverstein and Partners channels Albert Einstein in its first work for BMW since winning the account in March. The ad, "Relativity," promotes the brand's "Summer On" sales event.

GM steps up 3-D printing efforts to find new plant efficiencies

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 16:08
General Motors is increasing the use of 3D printing at its plants to streamline operations, which has the potential to save millions of dollars in annual production costs.

GM steps up 3-D printing efforts to find new plant efficiencies

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 16:08
General Motors is increasing the use of 3-D printing at its plants to streamline operations, which has the potential to save millions of dollars in annual production costs.

Genesis, Kia, Hyundai top J.D. Power Initial Quality Study for 1st time

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 15:00
Korean brands secured the top three spots in J.D. Power's annual report card on new-vehicle quality for the first time in the study's 31-year history. New quality at the Detroit 3 continues to improve faster than the overall industry.

Toyota captures data goldmine in $1 billion Grab bet

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 14:54
By pumping $1 billion into ride-hailing company Grab, Toyota stands to gain a passenger-side view of tens of thousands of cars across Southeast Asia.

Volvo extends global footprint with U.S. factory opening

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 13:00
Volvo is expanding its global manufacturing footprint with the inauguration of its first U.S. assembly plant, where it is investing about $1.1 billion to launch output this autumn of the redesigned S60 sedan for domestic and global markets.

Porsche buys stake in Croatian electric supercar startup

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 11:00
Porsche has bought a 10 percent stake in Rimac Automobili, a Croatian startup that specializes in superfast electric supercars.

Audi, Hyundai to cooperate on fuel cell vehicles

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 07:01
Audi and Hyundai said they will cooperate on developing fuel cell vehicles.

Continental board plans powertrain IPO, report says

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 07:01
Continental's supervisory board is moving ahead with plans for an initial public offering of its powertrain unit and a new corporate structure by early July, a sign the supplier's biggest overhaul in decades is taking shape, according to people...

Hyundai promotes World Cup

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 07:01
The latest video to join our viral video charts is all about the FIFA World Cup. And Hyundai.

Ford CEO Hackett wanted to 'push the edges' of automaker's office design

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 06:00
Ford CEO Jim Hackett stopped a planned 10-year Dearborn campus renovation to give it a 'much healthier' design.

Colorado moves to adopt Calif. emissions standards

Automotive Business Review - 20 June, 2018 - 00:01
Colorado plans to join 12 other states and the District of Columbia in adopting California's low vehicle-emission standards, escalating the political and economic stakes for the auto industry.

'We're making a big bet on our future,' Ford says of train station, Corktown investment

Automotive Business Review - 19 June, 2018 - 22:47
Ford leaders portrayed the automaker's planned rehabilitation of Michigan Central Station as a pioneering facility akin to the Highland Park and Rouge plants Henry Ford built that revolutionized automobile production and American industry.

Trump says 'getting there' in NAFTA talks with Canada, Mexico

Automotive Business Review - 19 June, 2018 - 21:16
President Trump said progress was being made in talks to update the NAFTA trade accord between the United States, Canada and Mexico, but he held out the prospect of striking bilateral pacts.

NHTSA orders end to sales of Autopilot Buddy, which disables Tesla safety feature

Automotive Business Review - 19 June, 2018 - 19:40
NHTSA issued a cease-and-desist letter Tuesday to a company selling an aftermarket device that effectively disables a safety feature in Tesla's Autopilot semiautonomous driver assist system.
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