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TRW has been active in keyless entry for many years, albeit as a relatively small player. Similar radio-frequency (RF) technology underpins both keyless entry and tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS), the latter being a technology in which TRW is one of the leading global players Ian Henry spoke to Andy Whydell, TRW’s Senior Manager for Global Electronics Product Planning, and Tim Hannon, Sales Manager, RF Products about the company’s activities in the sector and market trends.
There needs to be another round of consolidation of the motor industry worldwide or some companies will not survive, according to Fiat and Chrysler chief Sergio Marchionne
Chrysler has confirmed it will build its next generation minivan line at its Windsor, Ontario plant and successors to the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger and Challenger at Brompton but has withdrawn financial assistance requests from the federal and provincial governments.
Winter maintained its grip on the US in February and, as happened in January, car buyers stayed home.
Lexus ranks highest among all brands in JD Power's vehicle dependability study for a third consecutive year and it has come out on top in the latest study by a considerable margin.
Having developed an aluminum F-150 pickup truck, Ford now has to deal with the challenge of preventing higher insurance rates and a shortage of mechanics equipped to repair its body from deterring buyers, a US media report said.
Winter storms, a strong November and one less selling day than in December 2012 combined to keep the lid on US light vehicle sales last month as year on year market growth was limited to 2,602 cars and trucks or barely 2%. The seasonally adjusted annualised sales rate (SAAR) came in at 15.4m: well below analyst expectations of 15.8-16m and just 160,000 deliveries ahead of 15.24m a year ago.
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