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AVs no surefire path to pedestrian safety

Safety advocates are urging road design changes to address rising numbers of pedestrian deaths across the country, warning that self-driving technology, while promising, isn't a fool-proof answer to safety concerns.


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How high-flying JLR lost its way in China

What's behind the trouble at an automaker that not long ago was being lauded for its decade of success under new ownership?


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Rolls-Royce races to catch up to demand for Cullinan SUV

For Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Americas, the order bank for the new Cullinan SUV is full through July, and the vehicle continues to bring in orders, says Martin Fritsches, CEO of the British brand's North American subsidiary.


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Sonic warns of weaker Q4 profits related to BMW, Honda challenges
Sonic Automotive — for the second time in three quarters — has issued a profit warning for weaker-than-predicted quarterly results related to incentives and performance from BMW and Honda. The retailer is set to release fourth-quarter results Feb. 20.

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GM confirms Buick Cascada dead after 2019 model

Buick has instructed dealers to complete their final orders for the Cascada convertible this month, as production of the car is scheduled to end this summer.


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‘232' tariffs pose worst trade threat yet, CAR study says

The economic harm from potential U.S. tariffs on imported autos and components would dwarf that of any other trade policy implemented by the Trump administration so far, according to a new study.


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Ontario aims to replace GM with Magna, Martinrea or other in Oshawa

Canada's Ontario government says it has had discussions with Magna and other companies about the possibility of utilizing GM's Oshawa assembly plant once it’s vacant after 2019.


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American Axle takes $485M charge in Q4, but outlook bullish for 2019

The driveline supplier said its fourth quarter and full year 2018 results reflected the impact of a noncash goodwill impairment of $485.5 million. The supplier issued a bullish forecast for 2019.


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McLaren says it won't offer an SUV, ever

Despite the market pressures being put on premium automakers to offer SUVs, the McLaren brand will remain a holdout. There is "no compromise" on that point, said Mark Roberts, head of design operations for McLaren Automotive.


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Subaru emphasizes safety, capability with Forester ad campaign

Subaru of America has launched its national ad campaign for the redesigned 2019 Forester and much like the vehicle itself, the commercials have a familiar look and feel.


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