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VW to roll out high-end safety tech across lineup

Volkswagen Group has long sold sensor-based crash prevention systems in high-end models from Audi, Porsche and Bentley.  » READ
 

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CDK sees 25 percent profit growth in 2016

 

GM plans $5B vehicle family for emerging markets

 

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At last, Honda and Toyota prepare for turbo charge

 

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