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Neo-Nazis are attempting to infiltrate Daimler to turn a key German engine factory into a showcase for their views, the plant's works council said.
Homologation issues mean that Mini's trio of small cars won't get the brand's new dual-clutch transmission when they are freshened for the 2019 model year.
Rather than leaping into the high-level fight for highway autonomous driving technology, Japan's Aisin Seiki Co. is aiming at a low-speed market opportunity — the humble parking lot.
Honda's retooled 2018 Accord will follow an industry-wide trend of using turbos and multi-speed transmissions to aid power and performance without sacrificing mpg when it goes on sale this fall.
Nearly 7,000 Fiesta and Focus owners are suing Ford over defective PowerShift transmissions in some small cars, a problem that has plagued the automaker for years.
Ford will build an eight-speed front-wheel-drive transmission, downsized from a planned nine-speed, at a Michigan plant.
The redesigned 2017 Compass is the key to Jeep's strategy to grow its global sales. And the key to the Compass is an innovative driveline system developed by GKN.
Volkswagen's 10-speed dual-clutch automatic is dead. VW powertrain chief Friedrich Eichler said the prototype was crushed.
When the 2018 Honda Odyssey minivan arrives this spring, two models will be available with the industry's first 10-speed automatic transmission in a front-wheel-drive vehicle.
Honda's first 10-speed automatic transmission is compact, light and is expected to give the redesigned and re-engineered Odyssey minivan best in class fuel economy.
FCA mulls move away from potentially confusing shifters; VW expected to plead guilty to fraud; Japan rebuffs U.S. on trade; Study: Higher fuel standards to raise prices, cost jobs.
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