Chassis Brakes reclaims its rootsMarch 19
Ford: Half of U.S. lineup to get automatic emergency braking by end of '19Jan. 12
After a report from federal regulators showed Ford lagging rivals on availability of the crash-avoidance technology, the automaker says the safety feature will reach the majority of its vehicles by next year and the rest by 2022.
William Agee, former Bendix CEO, dies at 79Jan. 3
Report documents growth of emergency braking systems in 2017 vehiclesDec. 21, 2017
Nissan counts on Bosch, ContinentalAug. 2, 2017
Robert Bosch and Continental AG will move into high volume production this year to supply Nissan Motor Co. with advanced automated braking systems. The systems will be used across most of its U.S. product line.
Tesla Model S regains top safety rating with software update, Consumer Reports saysJuly 25, 2017
Alberto Bombassei won 1st big break for BremboJuly 17, 2017
Mazda recalls 227,814 vehicles for faulty parking brakeJune 30, 2017
Nissan to make automated braking standardJune 12, 2017
Automakers split on how fast to deploy automatic brakingJune 8, 2017
Big automakers are rushing to launch self-driving cars as early as 2021 but some major companies are moving slowly when it comes to widespread deployment of a less expensive crash prevention technology that regulators say could prevent thousands of deaths and injuries a year.