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Audi and INRIX debut online traffic services
Audi and INRIX, Inc. have partnered to help drivers better tackle the challenges of daily driving with the introduction of INRIX XD Traffic services to Audi vehicles in North America, available in model year 2015 Audi vehicles with Audi connect.
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FCA recalls 66,800 vehicles in US to fix ignition fault
By ABR Staff Writer
FCA US is recalling 66,819 older-model pickup trucks with manual transmissions to replace their faulty clutch ignition interlock switches.
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BYD chairman increases stake to 23% after stocks slump
By ABR Staff Writer
Chinese carmaker BYD has announced that its chairman Wang Chuanfu has bought additional shares, raising his stake in the company to 23.1%.
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FCA US to invest $266m in Kokomo Transmission Plant
By ABR Staff Writer
North American automaker FCA US has announced plans to invest additional $266m in its Kokomo Transmission Plant in Indiana to increase capacity of the fuel-efficient TorqueFlite transmission.
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Umicore to build automotive catalyst plant in Thailand
By ABR Staff Writer
Belgium based materials technology company Umicore is planning to construct a new facility in Hemaraj, Thailand which will produce emission control catalysts for light duty vehicles.
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Japanese automakers to recall more vehicles over Takata air bag issue
By ABR Staff Writer
Japanese automakers Honda Motor, Nissan Motor and Mitsubishi Motors are set to recall more than half a million cars worldwide over issues related with Takata made air bag inflators.
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BMW CEO Norbert Reithofer to step down in 2015
By ABR Staff Writer
BMW CEO Norbert Reithofer is planning to step down in May 2015 to make way for Harald Krueger, who is presently the production chief of the company.
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International Truck launches ProStar ES fuel efficiency package
International Truck today announced a new fuel efficiency package for the International ProStar—the International ProStar ES.
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Opel to close Bochum plant in Germany after 52 years of operation
By ABR Staff Writer
Opel is closing down its Bochum plant in Germany after 52 years of operation as the company looks to streamline cost in its European unit.
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SEAT hires 150 employees in Martorell factory
By ABR Staff Writer
SEAT is currently experiencing a moment of significant growth and is poised to employ 150 new employees recruited through temporary work agencies to meet increasing demand at the Martorell factory. These workers will be joining the company with a new contract starting 7 January in addition to the 200 whose names were added to the SEAT payroll last October.
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Mercedes-Benz unveils 21m long bus in Germany
By ABR Staff Writer
Mercedes-Benz has unveiled 21m long bus called CapaCity L, which is three meters longer than the average conventional articulated buses operating in Germany.
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Mercedes-Benz unveils CLA Shooting Brake model
By ABR Staff Writer
Mercedes-Benz Cars has unveiled its new CLA Shooting Brake model.
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Over 100,000 Mazda6 sedans recalled for defect in tire pressure sensor
By ABR Staff Writer
Japanese carmaker Mazda is recalling more than 100,000 Mazda 6 sedans from the 2014-15 model years due to issues with the tire pressure monitoring system.
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Volvo makes $497m provision for EU investigation contingencies
By ABR Staff Writer
Volvo is making a provision of €400m ($497m) to pay any possible fine to be imposed by the European Commission as a result of its ongoing investigation into the company’s violation of antitrust rules.
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Renault launches new range of trucks to Africa and Middle East
By ABR Staff Writer
Renault Trucks has launched new range of vehicles in Africa and Middle East, as a part of its global expansion strategy.
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