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- Nine automakers skipping Frankfurt this year
- Aston Martin announces Vanquish Speedster, Shooting Brake
- Chinese company could buy FCA
- Tesla to begin testing autonomous semi truck?
- 2019 Volkswagen Jetta bares it all
- Mazda, Toyota announce strategic alliance
- FCA announces aggressive electrification strategy
Federal investigators believe personnel at two Chicago-area factories subjected female and black employees to illegal harassment.
Most of the settlement funds will be distributed to nearly 300 customers as restitution.
The move hints at internal doubts over the company's previous hydrogen-focused vision for the future of zero emissions vehicles.
The president apparently pulled the plug as participants faced increasing pressure to resign over his reaction to violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The company hopes former Volkswagen TDI owners are "more loyal" to the technology than the German brand.
Mercedes-Benz is getting ready to introduce an eight-speed automatic transmission, according to trademark filings spotted by Auto Guide. The gearbox will be called 8 G-Tronic, but which engines it will be bolted to is up in the air at this point.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has announced most of its brands will sit out the Frankfurt Auto Show. Fiat, Alfa Romeo, and Jeep will skip the event, while Dodge, Ram, and Chrysler were never on the roster to begin with. That means the group will be represented by Maserati.
Faraday Future will allegedly pull out of Formula E in a bid to save cash, according to anonymous sources who spoke to The Verge. The company claims the rumors are false, and that it has already started testing for the fourth season of FE which starts in December.
Sources close to Mazda have revealed the company's next rotary-engined sports car will debut this fall at the Tokyo Auto Show. Named RX-9, the model will take the form of a coupe that will borrow styling cues from the RX-Vision concept shown at the last edition of the event.
Chinese automaker Chery will travel to next month's Frankfurt Auto Show to introduce a crossover developed for the European market. The model will go on sale "in the next few years," but it will wear an all-new nameplate created to help the brand expand its presence outside of China.
Nissan will attend this year's Tokyo Auto Show to unveil a new concept named 390Z. As its name implies, the design study will shed insight into the company's next Z car, according to German magazine Auto Bild.
PSA Peugeot-Citroen has announced plans to skip this year's Frankfurt Auto Show. The decision applies to the Peugeot, Citroen, and DS brands, but newly-acquired Opel will participate in its home show.
Toyota has partnered with its Hawaii distributor to develop a car-sharing app, the company announced Wednesday. Servco plans to take the service live by the end of the year after an employee-only test is completed. http://prn.to/2x5cRWw
GM announced Wednesday that it applied (and received approval) to be removed from the Toronto Stock Exchange. "Given the relatively low trading volume of its shares on the TSX and the fact that GM's NYSE listing provides its shareholders with sufficient liquidity, the company believes that the costs associated with maintaining a dual listing are no longer justified," the company said in the announcement.