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Despite suggestions it might even book a loss due to recall costs, General Motors on Thursday said first quarter net income was US$0.1bn ($1...
General Motors last night said it had shipped thousands of kits consisting of ignition switches, ignition cylinders and key sets for older m...
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has forecast continued growth in sales and income for the coming financial year after booking a 15% increase i...
Scandinavian automotive supplier body, FKG, says Europe is "coming back" as fledgling economic recovery across the Continent gathers pace....
Hyundai Motor has missed analyst estimates by posting a first quarter 2014 net profit all but the same as the result in Q1, 2013.
New models from Nissan (Qashqai) and BMW's Mini (redesigned hatchback) helped boost UK car production by 12% in March to 142,158 units.
Peugeot is expecting a big sales boost in the UK from two new small turbocharged petrol engines which, the company claimed, will also start to reduce its traditional reliance on diesels.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has forecast continued growth in sales and income for the coming financial year after booking a 15% increase in net sales to JPY2.09 trillion (US$20.4bn) for fiscal 2013/2014.
Scandinavian automotive supplier body, FKG, says Europe is "coming back" as fledgling economic recovery across the Continent gathers pace.
Despite suggestions it might even book a loss due to recall costs, General Motors on Thursday said first quarter net income was US$0.1bn ($100m), or $0.06 a share, beating analysts' estimates by a couple of cents.
After spending BRL400m/US$180m, Ford has just opened the first engine plant in Brazil's northeast region with capacity for 210,000 engines a year and 300 new jobs.
Volkswagen is leaving open the door to "representation" for its Tennessee employees following the UAW's decision to withdraw its appeal with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), relating to what it referred to as interference in elections for the automaker's Chattanooga workers.
The first quarter costs associated with recalling almost 2.6m cars in the first quarter have ended General Motors' dream of making a record $10bn profit, a media report said.
General Motors last night said it had shipped thousands of kits consisting of ignition switches, ignition cylinders and key sets for older model small cars subject to a major recall.
Speculation is continuing to swirl around what Ford CEO Alan Mulally will do next but it apparently won't be retirement golf in Florida.
A new Fiat model will be made at the company's plant in Tychy, Poland, Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechocinski said.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor employees have returned to work at two plants, their union said.
Johnson Controls has unveiled second quarter net income up 59% of US$261m, on US$10.5bn of revenue.
The NHTSA has opened preliminary investigations into the 2014 Chevrolet Impala and a Bosch fast charger used with a 2013 Nissan Leaf model sold in the US after receiving just one complaint each about automatic braking and battery recharging respectively.
Tightening environmental regulations in the US have prompted Subaru maker Fuji Heavy Industries to consider launching electric vehicles again in the region, president Yasuyuki Yoshinaga has said.
Fitch Ratings has affirmed Ford Motor Company and its Ford Motor Credit captive finance subsidiary at 'BBB-' and revised its rating outlook for both to 'positive' from 'stable'.
Toyota has begun exporting Corollas built at its Mississippi plant for the first time.
Unlike the V4 in its new 919 World Endurance Championship racer, the engine in the just-announced Macan is made by the Volkswagen Group, not Porsche.
Toyota, the global leader in hybrid vehicles, will start to source hybrid components in China for its locally produced Corolla and Levin models from next year rather than import them from Japan.
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