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    Volvo First-Half Profit Up 71%  

    The Swedish subsidiary of Chinese automaker Geely is maintaining its full-year forecast of nearly 500,000 cars, with gains in Europe and the U.S. offsetting a slowdown in China....More
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    Wells Fargo Expands Auto-Loan Lending  

    The nation's fourth-largest bank is adding to its 56 branches devoted to car and dealer financing as it seeks to expand its auto-lending business while more closely scrutinizing loan applicants....More
  • Newswire

    Hyundai Shakes Up China Management  

    The South Korean automaker replaced three top executives after Hyundai and Kia sales fell 32% and 33% in July in the world's biggest automotive market....More
  • Newswire

    Toyota Halts Production at Russian JV  

    The Japanese automaker in late June suspended production of Land Cruiser Prado SUVs at a plant in Vladivostok, but says it will maintain operations at its remaining Russian plant in St. Petersburg....More
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    U.S. Regulators Study Failure of Takata Airbag in New VW  

    The NHTSA investigators have asked Takata and VW for information about a side airbag in a '15 Tiguan that ruptured in June, an incident apparently unrelated to defects in Takata airbag inflators....More
  • Aug 17, 2015
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    Death of an LT4, Or What You Didn't Read in My Cadillac CTS-V Review

    I’m relatively satisfied the bug that blew the engine will not make it into production units. But it’s still an interesting story and deserves to be told....More
  • Aug 17, 2015
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    WardsAuto

    Cadillac CTS-V Laps at Road America

    WardsAuto editor James M. Amend uses the Performance Data Recorder inside the 640-hp Cadillac CTS-V to film a few laps around the legendary Road America track in Elkhart Lake, WI....More
  • Newswire

    Report Says Dongfeng, Saab Owner to Develop Green Cars  

    China's state-owned news agency says automakers Dongfeng and Saab owner National Electric Vehicle Sweden will develop what likely will be electric or highly electrified cars....More
  • Newswire

    China Port Explosion Damages Cars, Disrupts Shipments  

    Toyota says it will halt operations through Wednesday at its plant in Tianjin, where more than 100 people died in a series of explosions last week. Volkswagen, Renault and Mitsubishi cars were damaged in the blasts and BMW diverted shipments of automobiles from Tianjin to Shanghai....More
  • Newswire

    Siemens CEO Predicts German Auto Industry Slowdown  

    Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser, whose company provides technology services to the auto industry, says German manufacturers could face a "darkening" period in 2016 or 2017 as overseas demand weakens....More
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    Fiat Spinoff Boosts FCA's Fortunes  

    Rising sales and profits, and successful new products, have improved the automaker's share value going back to last year, but some analysts predict a backslide when the Ferrari spinoff is completed....More
  • Newswire

    Potential Airbag Defect Prompts VW Recall  

    The automaker says it has received no reports of airbags failing to deploy because of the possible defect, but it nevertheless is recalling 420,000 VW Golf, Passat, Jetta and Tiguan models built between 2010 and 2014....More
  • Aug 14, 2015
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    Merge Those Powertrain Operations 2

    In the NAFTA market alone, GM, Ford and FCA will build nearly 9 million engines and 9 million transmissions this year. FCA estimates nearly 90% of that production overlaps....More

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