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    TomTom, Bosch Enhance Nav-Systems Partnership  

    Dutch map developer TomTom and German automotive-electronics supplier Bosch say their collaboration will result in "high-precision maps for automated driving" on German freeways and eventually spread to the rest of Europe and North America....More
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    Ghosn: Nissan Eyeing Purchase of EV Batteries  

    The Nissan CEO tells The Wall Street Journal the automaker may follow alliance partner Renault's lead and purchase batteries for its electric cars, rather than build its own in a joint venture with NEC....More
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    UPDATE 4-Canadian auto parts maker Magna to buy Germany's Getrag for $1.9 bln  

    (Adds Getrag valuation, CFO comment and detail on advisers) By Euan Rocha and Allison Martell TORONTO/FRANKFURT, July 16 (Reuters) - Canadian automotive parts maker Magna International Inc said on Thursday it would buy privately-owned German car parts maker Getrag for 1.75 billion euros ($1.9 billion), in a bid to expand its automotive transmission systems business....More
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    Supplier Strike Ends, Spain's Seat Resumes Production  

    Volkswagen's Spanish subsidiary had shut down Wednesday because of a strike at Johnson Controls Eurosit that cut off supplies of seats....More
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    VW's Seat suspends Spanish production due to parts strike  

    MADRID, July 15 (Reuters) - Spanish carmaker Seat said it had suspended all domestic production because of a strike at the firm that supplies it with seats. The strike at Johnson Controls Eurosit began on Wednesday, the carmaker, a subsidiary of Volkswagen, said in a statement. Seat's Spanish plant, at Martorell in Barcelona, has a capacity of 2,100 vehicles per day and produces the Leon and Ibiza marques, as well as the Audi Q3....More
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    ARC Automotive Airbag Inflators Probed  

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's investigation follows two complaints about ARC airbag inflators received since December, and the agency says two known injuries are linked to the incidents....More
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    BorgWarner to Buy EV-, Hybrid-Motor Maker Remy  

    Auto supplier BorgWarner, a major producer of turbocharging technology, is spending about $950 million to acquire hybrid-motor specialist Remy....More
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    Honda Adds 4.5 Million Cars With Takata Airbags to Global Recall  

    The latest recall covers more Honda cars equipped with airbags made by supplier Takata with defects authorities blame for eight deaths, all in Honda vehicles....More
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    Brazil Price-Fixing Probe Focuses on Takata, Autoliv  

    The antitrust investigation involves local units of Japan's Takata and rival Swedish-American supplier Autoliv over suspect collusion in Seatbelt, airbag and steering wheel pricing....More
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    German Supplier Leoni Expects Improved Q2 Earnings  

    Dieter Belle, chief executive of the automotive wiring specialist, tells a German newspaper the company expects "significantly improved" EBIT results in the second quarter and further growth in the fourth....More
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    CORRECTED-Two rival self-driving cars have close call in California  

    (In June 25 story, changes attribution in last sentence to the companies, instead of the California Department of Motor Vehicles and the companies) By Paul Lienert MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 25 (Reuters) - Two self-driving prototype cars, one operated by Google Inc and the other by Delphi Automotive Plc, had a close call on a Silicon Valley street earlier this week, a Delphi executive told Reuters on Thursday. It was believed to be the first such incident involving two vehicles specially equipped for automated driving....More
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    Airbag Recall Costs Prompt Honda to Restate Earnings  

    The Japanese automaker, citing an expanded recall of vehicles equipped with potentially defective Takata airbags, revises its operating profit for the last fiscal year downward by 19%....More
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    Takata CEO Compensation Cut in Latest Fiscal Year  

    Regulatory filings do not specify Shigehisa Takada's compensation for the fiscal year ended March 31 but it did not exceed ¥100 million, less than half the ¥206 million he received a year earlier....More

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