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Continental named in GM recall suit

Plaintiffs' lawyers are seeking to draw Continental Automotive Systems, the maker of airbag systems in recalled General Motors vehicles, into litigation over an ignition-switch defect that has been linked to 13 deaths.  » READ
 

GM says recalled cars safe, but has not tested for knee-bump danger

 

Jeep Cherokee production threatened by supplier labor walkout

 

GM ordered redesigned ignition switch from Delphi for Cadillac SRX

 

U.S. senators press Delphi for answers on recalled GM cars

 

Johnson Controls diversifies away from autos with $1.6 billion deal

 

GM rejected better ignition part in 2001 to save money, safety advocates say

 

AT&T says it has made connected-car deal with undisclosed global automaker

 

Bridgestone executives indicted for auto parts price fixing

 

MyFord Touch bugs are getting squashed, Hinrichs says

 

GM alliance key to Tavares' turnaround plan for PSA

 

Clues in GM crashes easy to miss

 

Cost quandary hits Japan's advanced factories

 

Automotive News moves 2 reporters, adds copy editor

 

Innovation, safety are winners at PACE Awards

 

Tests toughened F-150 bed

 

14 new Toyota engines seek 10% gain in mpg

 

ADP Dealer Services to spin off, go public

 

Keys, push buttons and first responders

 

Bosch plans automatic park system in '15

 

Detroit 3: High octane has pluses

 

'Inner frame' makes Fit stronger, less costly

 

Refreshed 2015 Chevy Cruze enhances connectivity, revises styling

 

GM engineer OK'd leaving part number unchanged, document shows

 

Deadly GM ignition switches started with 2003 Saturn Ion

 

Most drivers believe connected-car tech will improve safety, survey says

 

Aisin Seiki is among suppliers involved in Toyota's recalls, report says

 

Toyota unveils new generation of fuel-efficient gasoline engines

 

Jaguar counts on XE, first crossover to reach ambitious sales goal

 

Eberspaecher to launch $122 million expansion, create 545 jobs in Michigan

 

Ford F-150 engineer says some ideas were too much to execute

 

Safety mandates forecast to drive autonomous car sales

 

Weather-related rail congestion keeps vehicles parked near factories

 

Rainbow PUSH targets new imbalance with Japan

 

VW orders U.S. dealers to stop selling cars with new engine

 

Two GM SUVs score 'good' ratings in new crash testing

 

Kentucky governor forms group to lure auto jobs

 

BMW narrows list of potential sites for second N.A. factory

 

Airbag, seat belt supplier Key Safety expected to be sold to Chinese firm, report says

 

Expert: Out-of-spec parts can still be OK

 

Chevy Impala has airbag software flaw, safety advocate claims in U.S. petition

 

U.S. safety laws poised for revamp

 

The mystery of the switch signoff

 

Safety innovators win 3 PACE Awards

 

Innovation is quirky, but suppliers coax ideas with well-tested methods

 

Magna says Stronach payouts end this year after $52 million in consulting fees in 2013

 

Aisin Seiki names Toyota veteran Yoshiaki Kato as tech center president

 

Toyota's future manufacturing plans see humans replacing robots

 

Lexus previews production NX compact crossover

 

Tesla's push to replace side-view mirrors sparks safety fears