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    UPDATE 1-Tesla CEO says could sign new deal with Toyota in 2-3 years  

    (Adds Musk, Toyota and Panasonic comments, background) By Yoko Kubota TOKYO, Sept 8 (Reuters) - Electric carmaker Tesla Motors Inc and Toyota Motor Corp, the world's best-selling automaker, could sign a new deal over the next two to three years, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said, as the two firms ready to end an existing programme....More
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    Honda Recalling 63,200 Vehicles Over Defective Takata Airbag  

    The automaker says the driver's-side airbag in certain '12-'15 CR-V, Civic, Brio and Amaze models sold mainly in China could contain inflators that open too forcefully and shoot metal fragments into the cabin....More
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    LG Chem Eyes Batteries for 200-Mile EVs in 2016  

    The Korean manufacturer's chief financial officer does not say which automakers it will supply, but current customers include General Motors and Renault....More
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    UPDATE 4-BMW to recall 1.6 mln cars on concerns over Takata air bags  

    (Adds NHTSA comment) By Ben Klayman DETROIT, July 16 (Reuters) - German automaker BMW said on Wednesday it is recalling about 1.6 million cars worldwide to replace passenger-side front air bags made by Takata Corp because the inflators could break apart during deployment and injure passengers. The recall affects 3 Series vehicles produced between May 1999 and August 2006....More
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    BMW to Hike EV Battery Cell Orders 20%-30% in 2016  

    South Korea's Samsung SDI, the German luxury automaker's captive supplier, will increase shipments of battery cells for the i3 and i8 electric vehicles and start supplying future models such as the X5 plug-in hybrid....More
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    UPDATE 4-Honda and others recall nearly 3 mln vehicles over air bag flaw  

    * Honda, Nissan, Mazda recall vehicles for potential Takata air bag issue * Air bags may explode, shoot shrapnel inside cars * Seven automakers also set regional recalls in U.S. (Adds NHTSA comments, paragraphs 11-12) By Yoko Kubota and Ben Klayman...More
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    BMW Opens Limited Airbag Probe  

    The German automaker is examining limited numbers of its cars in Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands at the request of NHTSA, which is trying to determine whether airbag inflators supplied by Japan's Takata may fail in highly humid areas....More
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