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Automakers recall 12m US vehicles over Takata air bags

Eight automakers said on Friday they are recalling more than 12 million US vehicles for defective Takata air bag inflators, widening the largest-ever auto safety effort to more passenger-side devices. Honda Motor Co is recalling 4

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Automakers recall 12m US vehicles over Takata air bags

Eight automakers said on Friday they are recalling more than 12 million US vehicles for defective Takata air bag inflators, widening the largest-ever auto safety effort to more passenger-side devices. Honda Motor Co is recalling 4

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Automakers post disappointing US sales, still see strong 2016

General Motors Co, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and other major automakers reported weaker-than-expected US sales for March, hurt by declining demand for sedans and light dealer traffic during the Easter weekend. Sales for the month

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Automakers post disappointing US sales, still see strong 2016

General Motors Co, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and other major automakers reported weaker-than-expected US sales for March, hurt by declining demand for sedans and light dealer traffic during the Easter weekend. Sales for the month

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Battle for high-tech space on road to self-driving car

At the recent Frankfurt Auto Show, Ford Motor Co unveiled a new feature that lets drivers pre-set their car to go at or just above the speed limit. In-car cameras and software read and react to road signs, speeding the car up or slowing it down.

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Automakers, Google take different roads to automated cars

From his laboratory at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University, automated vehicle pioneer Raj Rajkumar said self-driving cars will evolve step-by-step, with humans staying in charge for a long time to come.  

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European car sales sink to 20-year low in H1

European car sales slumped to their lowest six-months total in 20 years in the first half of 2013, with a 6.3 percent drop in June suggesting no let up for an industry battered by overcapacity and weak demand. European automakers

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Japan auto output slumps; Toyota to lose crown

Toyota Motor Co is set to lose its crown as the world's largest automaker after Japan's earthquake and nuclear disaster slashed local output by almost two-thirds in March.    Japan's auto sector has been hit hard by the dis

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Top automakers to unveil new models at show

Mercedes, Volkswagen and Nissan will unveil their new models for the first time in the Middle East at an upcoming automobile show in Sharjah. The 10th edition of International Automobile Show (IAS) will run from October 14 to 18 at Expo Ce

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Automakers beat forecasts, stay cautious

Leading global automakers reported forecast-beating quarterly results on Tuesday, but continued to give cautious outlooks for the industry, which remains hard hit by weak demand and a lack of consumer credit. Toyota Motor Corp, the world&#

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