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A new study highlighting the flurry of automotive recalls in the United States asserts that automakers and suppliers remain focused on innovation and cost cuts while vehicle quality takes a hit.
China, once lagging in electrified-vehicle deployment, has become a global leader, according to a new measurement created by consulting firm AlixPartners.
Automakers, suppliers and startups are scrambling to develop technologies such as those needed for self-driving vehicles at a speed never seen before in the auto industry, says one financial veteran.
The auto industry is betting billions of dollars in a global game of roulette involving connected, autonomous, shared and electric vehicles, with clear winners and losers.
Study: Many contenders, few winners in next-gen car tech; Ride-hailing vs. car-sharing; Audi: States must OK use of hands-free tech; Demon indemnity; Toddler has knack for nameplates.
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