Panasonic aims to launch autonomous driving system in 2022Oct. 10
Panasonic's autonomous driving system is expected to be launched in commercial vehicles as early as 2022, in a move that will likely help the Japanese company narrow its gap with rival suppliers in a highly competitive market.
Home state of Mercedes, Porsche appeals diesel banOct. 3
The German state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, home to Mercedes and Porsche, said it would appeal a court ruling obliging it to ban diesel cars from the streets of its capital, Stuttgart. That means the ban will not come into force at the start of 2018 as planned.
Bosch CEO plays down diesel woesSept. 25
Bosch has felt the impact of the diesel-emissions crisis through its ties to Volkswagen. But the supplier has been able to offset any hit to sales through its strong commercial vehicle business, CEO Volkmar Denner said.
Bosch: Explaining autonomous to consumers will be criticalJuly 31
When it comes to consumers who are puzzled about mysterious new autonomous driving features, Robert Bosch has a plan: Show, don't tell. Bosch believes it is critical to show consumers what advanced new safety technologies will do for them to overcome future pushback, says Kay Stepper, vice president of automated driving for Bosch.
Nissan counts on Bosch, ContinentalAug. 2
Robert Bosch and Continental AG will move into high volume production this year to supply Nissan Motor Co. with advanced automated braking systems. The systems will be used across most of its U.S. product line.
Bosch plots growth in mobility eraJuly 10
Bosch predicts 7% sales gain for auto divisionJuly 4
Robert Bosch expects revenue at its automotive division to increase by 7 percent this year to about $53.3 billion. That growth rate would be nearly three times faster than the estimated rise for global passenger-car output.
3 Bosch managers targeted as German diesel probe expandsJune 30
Porsche, Bosch employees investigated over diesel emissionsJune 29
Suppliers prepare for self-driving bonanzaJune 26
In 2020, automakers are expected to produce nearly 86 million vehicles equipped with collision-avoidance systems. It's a potential bonanza for big parts makers, including those that dominate the annual Automotive News list of the top 100 global suppliers.