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    Takata More Cooperative in Airbag Probe, NHTSA Chief Says  

    The Japanese supplier is "starting to become forthcoming" since U.S. regulators began fining it $14,000 a day for failing to fully cooperate with the airbag investigation, NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind says....More
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    Kia Recalls Cars in U.S. With Possible Accelerator Defect  

    The recall covers almost 209,000 gasoline and electric versions of the Soul subcompact from the '14-'15 model years because the accelerator pedal may bend or break....More
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    Chinese Automaker SAIC Forms JV to Develop Internet-Connected Cars  

    The automaker will join with Chinese e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba to develop an Internet-connected car reaching the market in 2016....More
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    Why Apple Won’t Make iCars 7

    Yes, Apple will put on a great tease, but it never will result in the manufacture of millions of clever iCars....More
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    Apple Wants Battery Maker's Lawsuit Quashed  

    Apple and five former A123 Systems engineers were sued in February by the battery maker, which accuses the technology titan of hiring engineers who could contribute to development of an electric car....More
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    Short of Sales Target, Tesla Cuts China Jobs  

    The U.S.-based electric-vehicle maker says the job cuts are part of a restructuring plan announced earlier this year, but does not comment on a newspaper report saying 180 of its 600 China positions have been eliminated....More
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    Nissan Expands Recall of Altimas With Potential Hood-Latch Defect  

    The recall, expanded from an October action involving 238,000 Altimas, covers 640,000 sedans sold in the U.S. and Canada with secondary hood latches that may fail and cause the hood to raise while the vehicle is in motion....More
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    BMW: Car Not Among Fruits of Discussions With Apple  

    The German automaker, denying a published report it is discussing developing or building a car with Apple, says the U.S. tech giant is just one of the companies with which it holds regular talks on topics such as connected vehicles....More
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    Continental Would Partner With Apple on Possible Car, CEO Says  

    Continental chief executive Elmar Degenhart says the German automotive supplier "would be interested" in collaborating with Apple should the U.S. tech juggernaut decide to build a vehicle....More

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