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Analysis: Ford Could Thrive in Sharing Economy
May 21, 2018
Ford is undergoing a transformation, and it’s all about leveraging technology, as noted in recent industry analysis.
Analysis: How e-Commerce is Impacting the Auto Industry
May 17, 2018
With auto sales taking a dip throughout much of the industry in 2017, it forced automakers to react and shift more toward e-commerce, as one report examined.
Analysis: Parts Shortage Could Cost Ford Severely
May 14, 2018
Depending on how fast Ford can find backup parts to replace those lost in a recent factory fire, the financial damage to the automaker could be significant, according to industry analysis.
Nissan Phasing Out Diesel Vehicles in Europe
May 9, 2018
Nissan reportedly is set to phase out diesel from its cars in Europe.
Ore. Company Says Thermal Cameras Key to Safer AVs
May 8, 2018
One Oregon-based company has claimed that heat-seeking cameras should be incorporated into the current self-driving car setup to make the vehicles safer.
Ford Now Offering Just Two Kinds of Cars in US
April 26, 2018
Ford on Wednesday clarified its goals for the foreseeable future, as it announced it would be abandoning all of its traditional sedans and hatchbacks in North America.
Analysis: 6 Ways in Which AVs Could Change Society
April 19, 2018
According to university researchers, driverless vehicles could cause people to own less cars, and they could change city infrastructures, too.
Average Vehicle Age in U.S. Reaching Record Levels
April 12, 2018
The average age of light vehicles on U.S. roads has changed significantly in recent years and reached record levels, according to a report.
Details Revealed About BMW’s Flexible Subscription Service
April 9, 2018
More details have been discovered about BMW’s new monthly subscription service, which allows customers to use multiple vehicle models.
Toyota Recalls 6K Vehicles
April 5, 2018
Toyota Motor North America announced a recall of roughly 6,000 vehicles that includes 2018 Camrys and Highlanders, as well as 2017 Siennas, Tacomas and the Lexus RX350.
Nissan Aims to Sell 1M EVs Annually by 2022
April 5, 2018
Nissan Motor Co. recently unveiled plans to launch growing numbers of electrified vehicles, expand and evolve autonomous driving systems, and accelerate vehicle connectivity as part of its Nissan M.O.V.E. to 2022 midterm plan.
AAPEX 2018 Opens Online Registration
April 5, 2018
Online attendee registration is now open for AAPEX 2018, the three-day event representing the $740 billion global automotive aftermarket industry.
UK Gets Creative to Solve EV Skills Shortage
April 2, 2018
Allianz Worldwide Partners is attempting to establish a new industry standard for training and awareness of electric vehicles, starting in Britain.
OEMs: Connected Cars Could Increase Service Revenues for Dealers
March 29, 2018
Analysts are taking note of the vast amount of data that U.S. OEMs could soon own as more vehicles become connected via the Internet, resulting in regularly recurring service revenues.
Waymo Buying 20K Jaguar Electric SUVs for Driverless Service
March 28, 2018
Google’s self-driving car arm, Waymo, has announced a deal to buy up to 20,000 electric vehicles over the next two years.
Hyundai Union Chief: Electric Cars May Eliminate Jobs
March 27, 2018
Hyundai Motor’s union chief recently warned workers that they may face a similar crisis to the one hitting General Motors’ South Korean unit, adding that electric cars may destroy jobs.
How Vehicle Subscription Models Could Affect Your Shop
March 13, 2018
Alex Van Abbema
Subscription models generally include regular maintenance from a dealership, which could be a significant threat to independent automotive repair shops going forward.
Lang: Auto Parts Industry in Midst of Shakeup
March 1, 2018
Big changes are affecting the population mix of the two main, competing groups of auto parts stores, a recent report shows.
Ford Exec Details OEM’s Self-Driving Plans
March 1, 2018
The communications manager for Ford Canada recently explained the manufacturer’s plans in the autonomous vehicle space.
Analysis: Multiple OEMs Lacking Female Directors, Execs
February 22, 2018
A recent infographic produced by Just Tyres has brought to light just how few women work in front-office roles for auto manufacturers.
Shift to Light Truck Sales Projected to Continue
February 20, 2018
Morningstar Credit Ratings projections indicate that it expects to see a second consecutive year of overall auto sales decline in 2018, though light trucks should continue to be popular.
Analysis: Toyota Experiencing Manufacturing Crisis in China
February 14, 2018
Toyota is experiencing misfires in China, as it lacks both the models and the manufacturing capacity.
Chinese Making Big Strides with Self-Driving Cars
February 12, 2018
Chinese companies including Baidu, Didi and JD appear poised to make significant strides with regard to autonomous driving, rolling out tests across the country.
Young Companies Team up to Build Self-Driving, Electric SUV
February 9, 2018
A pair of young companies in the molting auto industry have paired to produce a self-driving, electric SUV by 2020.
Daimler, Bosch to Partner for Autonomous Taxi Tests
February 7, 2018
Daimler and Bosch will soon start testing autonomous taxis, executives from both companies said.
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