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Magneti Marelli opens first U.S. exhaust systems plant

Magneti Marelli Holding USA, the Italian parts supplier owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, has opened its first exhaust systems plant in the United States, the company said.  » READ
 

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AT&T says 2 million customers using connected-car service

 

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GM victim fund begins payout offers

 

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GM warns '15 Corvette owners that 'valet mode' may be illegal

 

Takata airbag recall may expand to include GM vehicles

 

Chrysler to idle Ontario minivan plant for 12 weeks in 2015 for product changeover

 

Brose launches output at $62M Michigan plant supplying Detroit 3

 

Daimler works council to meet UAW in Alabama

 

Ford recalls 850,000 vehicles for glitch affecting airbags, seat belts

 

Hyundai unions plan more strikes to protest $10B land deal

 

Ford to add 1,200 jobs at Kansas City plant to ramp up Transit production

 

Chrysler's revamped line to build about 100 more Ram 1500s a day

 

Chrysler recalls nearly 350,000 vehicles from 2008 to fix ignition switches

 

Aleris to invest $350 million in U.S. to meet growing auto aluminum demand

 

Audi's next open-air TT features faster, lighter top

 

GM creates product cybersecurity post

 

Yazaki will pay $100 million to settle U.S. price-fixing claims

 

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Jaguar Land Rover developing a smarter car to woo city dwellers

 

Pay gap remains under Lear UAW contract after demise of two-tier wages

 

Toyota's big leap to aluminum

 

Deaths linked to GM ignition-switch defect rise to 21, Feinberg says

 

Delphi agrees to acquire on-glass connection products supplier

 

Hyundai directors kept in dark on size of $10 billion land bid, report says

 

ZF-TRW 'playing in a new league'

 

Toyoda pulls cord on new Mexico plant for now

 

Forward-looking powertrains set for next VW Phaeton

 

Arcelor: We can do what aluminum can

 

Tier 2 wage fight at Lear moves to Detroit 3

 

Opel shakes up operations in Russia

 

Porsche SE cash gives Inrix fuel to grow

 

UAW local ratifies Lear contract ending 2-tier wages

 

GM recalls Cadillacs, Impalas; Chrysler to fix Jeeps, Dodges

 

Ford schools dealers on high-tech 2015 Mustang

 

A 3D-printed car is close to reality -- if Local Motors has its way

 

Tesla sends traffic help via software upgrade