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    Brembo Chair Sees Limited Fallout From VW Scandal  

    Alberto Bombassei says the Volkswagen emissions scandal's impact on Italian suppliers could be "significant yet not dramatic" and the consequences for his company, which supplies brakes to Ferrari and Porsche, likely would be "modest."...More
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    Takata Crisis Opens Japanese Window for Autoliv  

    With many Japanese automakers having abandoned Takata amid massive recalls of cars equipped with potentially lethal airbag inflators, the Swedish supplier is ramping up production of replacement devices....More
  • Newswire

    No Price Pressure from VW, Supplier Continental Says  

    Chief financial officer Wolfgang Schaefer says VW has not demanded cost cuts from Continental despite a media report saying the automaker will seek price cuts from suppliers to help cover costs of the diesel-emissions scandal....More
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    UPDATE 3-Takata slashes outlook as automakers drop its air bag inflators  

    * Takata cuts FY net profit outlook to 5 bln yen from 20 bln * Toyota president: won't use Takata ammonium nitrate inflators * Takata shares briefly turn positive after Toyota comment * Shares down nearly 40 percent in three days (Recasts throughout with Takata earnings, guidance) By Makiko Yamazaki...More
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    UPDATE 8-Dumped by Honda, air bag maker faces fresh questions over future  

    * Honda says won't use Takata front air bag inflators * U.S. imposes fine of $70 mln, could be more * Takata shares close down 13.4 pct, briefly down 20 pct * Takata CEO says to phase out ammonium nitrate (Recasts, adding more Honda comment, Toyota, Nissan, analyst. Changes slug, pvs USA-TAKATA/) By Naomi Tajitsu and David Morgan...More
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2017 Wards 10 Best Engines: Less Is More With Four

Fun-to-drive is a key 10 Best Engines measure when it comes to small-displacement, high-performance four-bangers....More

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Diesels Power Profit Gains by VW's Lending Unit  

Volkswagen Financial Services cites increased demand for diesel cars in upgrading its projected 2016 profit from €1.92 billion to a record €2.1 billion....More

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