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China: Tesla still has naming trouble


Back in April, the US electric carmaker finally started deliveries of its Model S sedan, after it had trouble with a Chinese businessman that held the naming rights in the country. While the company prepared to launch car deliveries and began setting up its sales outlets, service centers and recharging network – although it already took orders from prospective buyers, the ...
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Hyundai sued in South Korea for fuel economy exaggeration
Buyers in South Korea’s Hyundai Motor home market moved to call a trial against the nation’s biggest automaker as the company was caught by the South Korean transport ministry overstating ...
California district attorney sues GM over recalls
Just as GM was revealing the details over its ignition switch recall victims fund, one of California’s district attorneys was also announcing a new lawsuit against the company. The Californian district ...
GM could face %10 billion lawsuit
The company just ended round two of its congressional hearings for the mishandling of the 2.6 million cars equipped with defective ignition switches and now faces more bad news. According to ...
Porsche could score new victory in lawsuits against it
As Porsche Automobil Holding SE is still fighting in the war caused by its aborted takeover of Volkswagen AG, which actually led to the first being taken by the other, ...
Porsche faces lawsuit over Paul Walker accident
According to the widow of Roger W. Rodas, the driver of the Porsche Carrera GT that crashed and killed him and actor Paul Walker, the German automaker is to blame ...
GM recall crash victim’s family claims company lied
The No.1 US automaker seems to have a never-ending story when it comes to the untimely recall of 2.6 million cars over defective ignition switches, linked so far to at ...
Déjà vu – Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson facing lawsuit for racist remarks
Famous Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson is facing a lawsuit for racist remarks after using the N-word for a comparison during a test drive. Jeremy Clarkson is one difficult man as ...
Former Porsche CEO free of criminal lawsuit
Wendelin Wiedeking, the former Porsche CEO and also ex-Chief Financial Officer Holger Haerter have been absolved of charges of market manipulation in the failed attempt to take over Volkswagen AG. According ...
Continental drawn into GM’s recall litigation
Auto parts maker Continental Automotive Systems US, which made the airbags on the 2.6 million cars GM recalled in relation to the defective ignition switch, could be drawn into the ...

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