Managing Automotive

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The California Senate appropriations committee recently blocked a bill that would have significantly strengthened consumer rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA).
Fiat is making friends in all the right places.
Now there’s even more incentive to drive a Jaguar Land Rover vehicle.
The U.S. Justice Department announced last week that it has opened a criminal investigation into Ford’s emissions certification process.
Project Titan lives on!
Earlier this month, the New York Department of Motor Vehicles Appeals Board affirmed a win for Wide World Maserati in a precedent-setting 23-page opinion that will reshape the dealer law landscape for years to come.
Toyota is helping Singulato go electric.
It’s 8:00 PM, Sunday night. Your top salesperson just closed what looks like the last deal of the day and the customer is headed to finance.
The need for advanced safety features in automated and autonomous cars will see vehicle software revenues more than quadruple to $1.2 trillion a year by 2030
With recent developments in voice-controlled infotainment systems, the automotive industry seeks to bring greater connectivity between consumer brands and drivers on-the-go.
The Great Lakes State will benefit when Ford Motor Co. plans to spend about $900 million and hire about 900 workers to build electric and self-driving vehicles in Michigan.
Manufacturers “power” up together.
What’s a few billion dollars in R&D among competitors?
One of top cities in the world for autonomous vehicle preparedness is taking a big step toward that goal with the launch of a new, full-size driverless electric bus that will be tested on public roads later this year.
Autonomous cars are going to the next gear.
Apple takes a bite out of Project Titan by laying off employees in its self-driving car program.
FedEx is working on how to automatically get goods across the finish line.
“Today, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross formally submitted to President Donald J. Trump the results of the Department of Commerce’s investigation into the effect of imports of automobiles and automobile parts on the national security of the United States.”
A tune all too familiar to many Americans.
The latest hire by Geely Automobile Holdings illustrates that the privately held Chinese company is intent on becoming a key player in the global automotive marketplace.