The German automaker's announcement that Chinese sales through September increased more than 20% year-on-year was followed by a government announcement it was recalling more than 25,000 cars with allegedly faulty power-brake systems....More
Oct 10 (Reuters) - A jury in California on Thursday found
Toyota Motor Corp not liable in one of the first
wrongful death lawsuits to go to trial in the United States over
alleged defects that caused some vehicles to unexpectedly
The closely watched case was brought by the husband and son
of Noriko Uno, a 66-year old woman killed in a 2009 car crash
involving a 2006 Toyota Camry....More
The rules that will be enforced as of January 2014 will require front airbags and antilock braking systems on all new cars sold in the country, features that have been standard for years on autos in most industrialized nations....More
Bosch’s iBooster operates electromechanically, does not require vacuum from the engine and recovers almost all the energy lost in typical braking. It uses electrical current only during braking....More
Bosch’s research in Palo Alto, CA, and Abstatt, Germany, centers on fusing together the capabilities of short-range radar, long-range radar, video cameras, Lidar and other sensors to establish 360-degree visibility around a moving vehicle....More
Some suppliers are investing in additional facilities because they are confident current production levels will be sustained and because they have exhausted most of their avenues to stretch available...
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