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Honda Motor boosted operating income for the fiscal first quarter to 30 June 2014 7.1% to JPY198bn yen thanks to new model launches in Japan...
South Africa's metalworking union (NUMSA) says the majority of its members have returned to work today (29 July), although confusion remains...
The Japanese government is preparing to offer generous incentives for buyers of hydrogen powered fuel cell vehicles to help Japanese manufac...
Nissan Motor boosted operating profit 13.4% to JPY122.6bn for the first quarter of the 2014/15 fiscal year, a 5% margin on net revenues that...
Honda Motor boosted operating income for the fiscal first quarter to 30 June 2014 7.1% to JPY198bn yen thanks to new model launches in Japan and Asia and cost reduction.
South Africa's metalworking union (NUMSA) says the majority of its members have returned to work today (29 July), although confusion remains with one employer body refusing to recognise the pay deal to end the strike due to be signed in Johannesburg this afternoon
The Japanese government is preparing to offer generous incentives for buyers of hydrogen powered fuel cell vehicles to help Japanese manufacturers such as Toyota and Honda take the lead in bringing hydrogen vehicles market.
European luxury car brands have cut new car and aftersales prices in China as a result of the government’s investigation into anti-competitive activity, launched earlier this year.
Tata Motors' Jaguar is continuing its drip-feed of XE saloon details with the latest being it will be the first car to use of a new grade of high strength aluminium called RC5754 developed specifically for the model.
Some 80% of consumers expect the connected car of the future to provide the same connected experience they are used to at home, at work and on the move via their mobile phone, according to a survey carried out for telecom firm Telefónica.
The influential Consumer Reports (CR) organisation in the US is calling on Toyota to recall 2007-2011 Camry Hybrids to deal with reported brake problems rather than carrying out "service campaigns".
GKN plc and the Go-Ahead Group have agreed a deal to supply a flywheel-based system to London buses that it is claimed will improve fuel efficiency by around 20%.
Renault has posted a 25% increase in half-year Group operating profit to EUR729m (US$980m), but warns of a "sharp slowdown" in emerging markets.
Magna International has announced the expansion of its interiors manufacturing facility in Trnava, Slovakia, to accommodate recently awarded additional automotive interiors business.
Honda Cars India (HCIL) plans to export its new Mobilio to South Africa within a few months.
Kia has issued teaser photos of its third generation Sorento to be unveiled in Korea next month, featuring bold, swept-back exterior styling.
Tesla's Model S, recently launched in China, does not feature a navigation system, Ubergizmo.com said.
Nissan Motor boosted operating profit 13.4% to JPY122.6bn for the first quarter of the 2014/15 fiscal year, a 5% margin on net revenues that climbed 10.4% to JPY2.47 trillion for the period.
Cadillac will add wireless charging of smartphones in the 2015 model ATS sport sedan and coupe launching this autumn. Compatible with Powermat and other in-phone wireless charging technologies, the feature eliminates the need for cords on board.
General Motors Korea has reached a tentative pay deal with its labour union, reportedly averting a potential strike.
In another sign of a pick-up in supplier activity, family-owned Hella Hueck is reported to be planning an initial public offering later this year.
South Korea’s Hyundai Mobis plans to spend EUR95m on a new car lighting factory in Ostrava in the Czech Republic.
A new automated manual option for one of its models has proved a hit for Maruti Suzuki.
General Motors plans to expand and spend US$37.5m at its Lansing Delta Township (LDT) plant.
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