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Lear the seat maker, anticipating connected vehicles, is out to become Lear the smart-seat maker.
Adient reported a painful financial quarter, but more than a year into its makeover, the seating giant is determined to stay focused on future products.
As U.S. demand falls toward an all-time low, the four-door coupe is getting a redesign that pulls new technology from the S class.
EU antitrust regulators fined five suppliers a combined $40 million for taking part in cartels to fix prices for seat belts, airbags and steering wheels sold to Japanese automakers.
FCA is scheduled to recall 50,000 Pacifica minivans following a report that "extreme handling maneuvers" could cause a second-row seat belt to unbuckle.
The seats in the 2017 Audi A3, supplied by Magna International, received a perfect score in J.D. Power's latest Seat Quality and Satisfaction Study.
A new lawsuit accuses the federal government of being too slow to implement rules requiring that rear seat vehicle passengers be warned when they fail to buckle their seat belts.
Adient is closing a seat assembly plant in suburban Detroit in a move that will affect 129 employees.
Seating supplier Adient said it posted $204 million in net income during the recent quarter, compared with a $14 million loss last year dragged down by one-time restructuring costs.
Lear posted a 10 percent increase in profit for the second quarter from growth in seating revenue and higher margins. The supplier reported net income of $311.9 million.
Faurecia has formed a tie-up with supplier Liuzhou Wuling to build seats for GM's joint venture with SAIC in China.
Technological advancements tested on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's historic 2.5-mile oval have transitioned to everyday production models since the very first race.
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