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.
Tesla Model S regains top safety rating with software update, Consumer Reports saysJuly 25
Alberto Bombassei won 1st big break for BremboJuly 17
Mazda recalls 227,814 vehicles for faulty parking brakeJune 30
Nissan to make automated braking standardJune 12
Automakers split on how fast to deploy automatic brakingJune 8
Big automakers are rushing to launch self-driving cars as early as 2021 but some major companies are moving slowly when it comes to widespread deployment of a less expensive crash prevention technology that regulators say could prevent thousands of deaths and injuries a year.
Nissan goes standard on automated brakingJune 8
Brake malfunction investigation underway for 2009 Nissan MuranosMay 5
Tesla recalls 53,000 Model S, Model X vehicles for parking brakeApril 20
ZF says offer for Haldex might not be its lastSept. 22, 2016
Haldex picks ZF's $647 million bid over higher Knorr-Bremse offerSept. 19, 2016
Swedish braking systems maker Haldex has backed a 5.53 billion crowns ($647 million) takeover offer from German car parts firm ZF Friedrichshafen, even though it is less than a rival bid from Germany's Knorr-Bremse.