Hyundai recalling nearly 1 million Sonata cars in U.S. for seat beltsThu, 16, Mar 2017
Auto recalls hit record 53.2 million in 2016Fri, 10, Mar 2017
Cadillac to roll out V2V safety tech in CTS soonThu, 09, Mar 2017
Ford issues new recall for Takata airbags -- unrelated to ongoing recallsThu, 02, Mar 2017
Shift to fancy gear knobs draws ire of Consumer ReportsTue, 28, Feb 2017
Takata pleads guilty to U.S. fraud charge linked to faulty airbagsMon, 27, Feb 2017
Takata pleaded guilty to a felony charge as part of an expected $1 billion deal with the Justice Department that includes compensation funds for automakers and victims of its faulty airbag inflators. The plea removes a major obstacle to the potential sale or restructuring of the embattled Japanese supplier, which is expected to intensify a search for a buyer or financial backer.
China buys auto suppliers as Takata deal loomsThu, 16, Feb 2017
Dozen $4 million supercars recalled along with 5,900 LamborghinisTue, 14, Feb 2017
The dozen owners of Lamborghini Venenos -- an ultra-rare supercar that cost $4 million and up -- will be receiving some bad news via registered mail: their Italian dream machines are being recalled along with 5,900 other Lamborghinis around the world.
Takata to plead guilty Feb. 27, court documents showTue, 07, Feb 2017
Takata is set to plead guilty Feb. 27 in federal court in Detroit to a single felony count of wire fraud to resolve a Justice Department investigation into ruptures of airbag inflators linked to at least 16 deaths worldwide, according to a court filing Tuesday.
Takata quietly parts ways with two top North American executivesWed, 01, Feb 2017
Troubled Japanese auto supplier Takata has quietly parted ways with two top executives and the general counsel at its North American unit, Automotive News has learned, and the company isn't saying who is now running the subsidiary based in Auburn Hills, Mich.
European Ford Mustang to get update after 2-star crash scoreMon, 30, Jan 2017
Ford Motor Co. was criticized by the Euro NCAP safety organization after its Mustang sports car scored two stars out of a maximum of five in crash tests. Ford said it will fit automatic emergency braking technology on an updated version of the car available to European customers who order after September.