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Automotive News to host dealer conference at NADA

12:01 am U.S. ET | July 21, 2014
Automotive News will host a half-day conference devoted to dealer issues on Jan. 22 in San Francisco at the Hotel InterContinental during the National Automobile Dealers Association convention....
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Experts disagree on how to handle massive data from self-driving cars

July 16, 2014 06:01 CET
Experts have differing views on what to do with the mountain of data that is likely to be generated by autonomous vehicles when computers control much of our cars' functions in the future....
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2015 Tokyo Motor Show to return to October after schedule mishap

11:03 am U.S. ET | July 15, 2014
The Tokyo Motor Show, accidentally booked last year to overlap with shows in Los Angeles and Guangzhou, will return to its traditional late October slot in 2015 in a bid to boost overseas attendance....
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Jay Leno, Jeb Bush to keynote 2015 NADA convention

2:03 pm U.S. ET | July 14, 2014
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and former “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno will be among the keynote speakers at the 2015 National Automobile Dealers Association Convention & Expo in San Francisco....
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Acura plans second-half sales lift from TLX in U.S.

7:34 am U.S. ET | July 11, 2014
Honda's Acura, struggling to boost sales in the United States amid competition from bigger luxury brands, should see faster growth from August with the arrival of a new sport sedan, the division’s U.S. chief said....
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Nissan Pulsar price undercuts VW Golf, Ford Focus

July 10, 2014 11:31 CET
Nissan has priced its Pulsar compact hatchback to undercut equivalent versions of the Ford Focus and VW Golf, the segment's top-selling models....
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Opel hopes fresh design will boost Corsa sales

July 9, 2014 13:05 CET
Opel/Vauxhall unveiled the first images of the upcoming Corsa subcompact, hoping the same design cues sported by most other new Opels will rejuvenate sales of the key model....
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Cadillac Elmiraj concept hits streets of Motown

5:38 pm U.S. ET | June 27, 2014
The Cadillac Elmiraj concept, continuing a global tour that began in California last summer, made an appearance in metro Detroit late Friday, drawing admirers and sparking yet another round of speculation about whether GM will build the big coupe....
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Auto shows' influence on sales, purchase decisions growing again, study says

2:55 pm U.S. ET | June 20, 2014
A new study finds auto shows are serving as more than a market thermometer for the latest splashy coupe or concept crossover by automakers. Auto shows regained influence in 2013 with 72 percent of attendees intending to shop for a new vehicle, and has continued to rise....
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BMW, M-B, Porsche open to ideas, suppliers say

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 16, 2014
BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Porsche were named the top three automakers in terms of openness to supplier innovation, according to the 2014 European Supplier Choice Survey....
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Opel exec: EU regs make car design tougher

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 16, 2014
Europe's increasingly stringent emissions standards are putting more pressure on vehicle designers. "In the last five to 10 years designing cars has gotten a hell of a lot tougher," Opel/Vauxhall design chief Mark Adams said at the Automotive News Europe Congress in Brussels....
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M-B: Simple design lures new buyers

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 16, 2014
Mercedes-Benz' styling chief Gorden Wagener says the automaker has attracted younger buyers by adopting styling themes such as simplicity, authenticity and craftsmanship....
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L.E.A.D.E.R. winners: Volvo, Audi, Continental

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 16, 2014
Volvo, Audi and Continental are the 2014 winners of the Automotive News Europe/Automotive Intelligence Center Leaders in European Automotive Development, Excellence, and Research awards, which recognize innovations in product development, environmental technology, supplier technology and retailing....
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PSA will defend position as No. 2 carmaker in Europe, Tavares says

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 9, 2014
PSA Peugeot Citroen will defend its position as Europe's No. 2 carmaker after Volkswagen Group, CEO Carlos Tavares said at last week's Automotive News Europe Congress. "We want to keep a strong No. 2 position in Europe."...
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Wagener says simplicity is key part of his Mercedes design philosophy

June 6, 2014 16:43 CET
Mercedes has transitioned from traditional to modern luxury by adopting styling themes such as simplicity, authenticity and craftsmanship, said Gorden Wagener, the brand's design chief....
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Volvo, Conti, Audi are 2014 L.E.A.D.E.R. winners

June 6, 2014 13:33 CET
Volvo, Continental and Audi are the 2014 winners of the fifth annual Automotive News Europe/Automotive Intelligence Center L.E.A.D.E.R. awards....
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EU rules up pressure on car design, Opel exec says

June 5, 2014 06:01 CET
Opel/Vauxhall design chief Mark Adams told the Automotive News Europe Congress that car designers are facing increasing pressure to meet the demands of tougher EU rules on CO2 and pedestrian protection....
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Gov't interference clouding outlook for automakers, says UBS exec

June 5, 2014 08:56 CET
The outlook for the global auto industry is fairly bright, but government interference is clouding the picture in Europe and China, Philippe Houchois, UBS Head of European Automotive Research, told the Automotive News Europe Congress....
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Qoros wants Europe to account for 10% of global sales, exec says

June 5, 2014 09:35 CET
Chinese carmaker Qoros expects to sell more than 10 percent of its cars in Europe after it extends sales across the region by 2016, Stefano Villanti, Qoros' head of sales told the Automotive News Europe Congress....
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PSA will defend its position as Europe's No. 2 carmaker, Tavares says

June 5, 2014 11:01 CET
PSA aims to maintain its No. 2 position in Europe after VW Group, CEO Carlos Tavares said at the Automotive News Europe Congress. But to ensure that, the CEO must bring the automaker back to profit after years of losses....
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2014 AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE CONGRESS

Toyota Europe's profit rebound built on hybrid sales, cost-cutting

June 4, 2014 11:15 CET
Toyota is now solidly profitable in Europe on the back of rising hybrid sales and aggressive cost-cutting across its operations, head of Toyota Europe Didier Leroy told the Automotive News Europe Congress in Brussels....
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Renault committed to expanding upscale offerings with Initiale Paris, CFO says

June 4, 2014 16:58 CET
Renault is committed to expanding its upscale offerings with its Initiale Paris badge, Dominique Thormann, the carmaker's Chief Financial Officer, said at the Automotive News Europe Congress....
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EU aims to have 20 percent of GDP come from manufacturing, official says

June 4, 2014 11:50 CET
The European Union wants to boost the bloc's share of economic output coming from manufacturing by a quarter by 2020, its official in charge of automotive regulation told the Automotive News Europe Congress....
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Hyundai plans 'flagship' to protect its home turf

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 2, 2014
Hyundai, feeling pinched in its South Korean home market by premium import brands, will add a "flagship" sedan between the Azera and Genesis....
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Is Superleggera Vision roadster a new kind of Mini in the making?

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 2, 2014
Instead of the iconic Mini design by Sir Alec Issigonis that debuted in 1959, some future models of the British small-car brand may look like the flashy Superleggera Vision roadster concept unveiled here last month....
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Fewer bosses, Disney savvy, $2 idea lift stores

Fewer bosses, Disney savvy, $2 idea lift stores

A Chrysler Group dealership chain is stripping away layers of management to sell cars faster. A Chevrolet-Cadillac store is enchanting customers through Disney training. Mon., July 21
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