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Amid the flurry to showcase future electric vehicle offerings at the Detroit auto show, one booth stands alone: Saudi Arabian Oil Co., otherwise known as Aramco.
Kenichi Yamamoto, the former Mazda Motor Corp. president and chairman who commercialized the rotary engine, died Dec. 20, outside Tokyo at age 95.
Honeywell's plan to spin off its turbocharger business will create a stand-alone company with annual revenue of about $3 billion.
Honeywell will spin off its turbocharger business in the coming year, and CEO Olivier Rabiller is ready to take it in new directions.
As U.S. demand falls toward an all-time low, the four-door coupe is getting a redesign that pulls new technology from the S class.
Nissan engineers have succeeded in commercializing variable compression engine technology for the new Infiniti QX50.
Lear CEO Simoncini resigns; Infiniti's radical engine design; Hyundai's CUV plans include diesel, EV, fuel cell; Split-tailgate Ram 1500 spied; Robo rock-climber in Ford's future?
Net profit for supplier BorgWarner soared 123 percent to $185 million, driven by sales gains and sharply lower expenses compared with last year.
Mazda is on the verge of bringing its rotary engine back to the United States -- but not as fans used to know it.
Honeywell plans to spin off its turbocharger business into a new publicly listed company by the end of 2018. The turbocharger business is expected to generate annual revenue of about $3 billion.
Porsche is seeking $234 million in damages from its luxury sibling brand Audi over costs related to manipulated diesel engines used in its vehicles, a German newspaper reported.
VW took a surprise charge of about 2.5 billion euros ($3 billion) in the third quarter as plans to buy back or retrofit tainted diesel cars in North America proves more complex than expected
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