Automakers, states urge White House to reject plan to open spectrumThu, 05, May 2016
A group of more than 50 automakers, state transportation agencies and other groups today urged the White House and other federal policymakers not to immediately open a portion of the wireless spectrum reserved for connected vehicles.
Nissan recalls 108,503 Rogues for potential liftgate corrosionThu, 05, May 2016
Nissan is recalling 108,503 Rogue crossovers for potential corrosion in the rear liftgate support device.
Billions are being invested in driverless cars that Americans don't wantThu, 05, May 2016
The driverless revolution is racing forward, as inventors overcome technical challenges such as navigating at night and regulators craft new rules. Yet the rush to robot cars faces a big roadblock: People aren't ready to give up the wheel.
Honda says 2 more deaths in Malaysia linked to Takata airbagsThu, 05, May 2016
Honda said two fatal crashes in Malaysia involved ruptured airbag inflators made by Takata, bringing the global number of deaths linked to the defective devices to 13 as the U.S. ordered the Japanese supplier to widen the scale of its recalls.
Takata's fight for survival gets even harder as airbag recall widensWed, 04, May 2016
The world's largest automotive safety recall is about to get even bigger, adding to the hurdles that Japanese airbag supplier Takata is battling to survive the crisis.
Average fuel economy dips, likely driven by rising pickups, SUVs, researchers sayWed, 04, May 2016
After a record-breaking April for light-vehicle sales, the average fuel economy of those vehicles dipped slightly from March, a University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute report said.
U.S. orders massive expansion of Takata recallsWed, 04, May 2016
U.S. auto safety regulators ordered a dramatic expansion of the Takata airbag inflator recalls today, more than doubling the number of hazardous parts covered by the callbacks in a move that the auto industry will spend the next several years sorting out.
Takata poised to recall another 35-40 million U.S. airbag inflators, reports sayTue, 03, May 2016
Under pressure from U.S. regulators, Japanese airbag manufacturer Takata is expected to announce as early as Wednesday that it is recalling 35 million to 40 million additional inflators in U.S. vehicles, according to several media reports today.
Delphi doubles Q1 net income following acquisition, global growthWed, 04, May 2016
Delphi Automotive's net income more than doubled in the first quarter of this year, over the same quarter last year, due to the acquisition of HellermanTyton Group and increased demand around the world.
Nissan takes new ad path after U.S. exec ripped agenciesMon, 02, May 2016
Nissan is making a new safety pitch in U.S. ads breaking this week as part of a larger marketing overhaul that will take full effect in June.
Takata sets aside additional $189 million to cover airbag recall costsMon, 02, May 2016
Takata raised provisions for its airbag recalls that involve more than a dozen auto manufacturers, after denying reports that the biggest safety crisis in the industry's history will expand further.
U.S. said to threaten to block easing of EU car exports in trade talksMon, 02, May 2016
The U.S. is threatening to prevent the easing of export controls on European cars in talks on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership free trade deal, German media reported.