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    Audi Issues Globall Recall of 70,000 Cars  

    The German luxury brand says the recall covers 3.0L diesel-engine-equipped A4, A5, A6 and A7 models with potentially defective brake boosters....More
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    JV With Ford Cuts Russian Automaker Sollers's Profit  

    The Russian automaker says its first-half net profit plunged to $7 million, compared with $45.7 million year-ago, mainly because its 50-50 joint venture with Ford posted a net loss of $91 million....More
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    China Tax Breaks on EVs Mostly Limited to Domestic Brands  

    The government on Sept. 1 will stop levying sales tax on 17 electric vehicles built by 11 automakers, including one each from Chinese joint ventures of Daimler, General Motors and Nissan....More
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    Tesla, China Telecom Business Cut Car-Charging Deal  

    The American EV manufacturer will team with China Unicom to install charging stations at 400 of the mobile carrier's stores in 120 Chinese cities, as well as supercharging outlets in 20 cities....More
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    Fiat Confident Chrysler Merger Will Go Through  

    The Italian automaker says it does not expect its stockholder share-buyout plan to raise enough money to jeopardize completion of the merger....More
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Aug 28, 2014
blog

Why Young People Shun Auto Industry 4

The difference today is automakers have stopped selling the dream in favor of selling the deal. Dream cars disappeared decades ago, and concept cars are merely production cars with the door handles and side mirrors removed....More
Aug 25, 2014
blog

Finally, Voice of Reason

The concept of an autopilot is not new, particularly in aerospace. But Owens notes even the airline industry has never crossed that threshold by placing hundreds of lives solely in the digital hands of a computer....More
Aug 21, 2014
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Michigan, Great Lakes Region Still Core of North American Production

The Great Lakes Region is well-positioned to remain a North American production hub for years, perhaps well into the next decade....More

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