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NHTSA expects Takata airbags to be replaced slowly


Although the Japanese auto safety supplier has said it constantly increased the pace of producing replacement airbag kits for the vehicles being recalled globally, the US safety regulator says the full supply of parts would be available in January or later. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has urged Takata to increase pace on supplying the necessary replacement kits for the ...
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Expanding JLR ready to produce the Discovery Sport in Brazil
British luxury automaker Jaguar Land Rover has recently opened its first full production facility outside its UK home base in China. Now it’s already prepped for a second one – ...
Pininfarina Sergio to be made by Ferrari in 6 units
Ferrari will be putting together six units of the Pininfarina Sergio and all of these have been apparently sold out. One of the hottest looking concept cars made these past few ...
US: GM focuses electric vehicle development and production in Michigan
The Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid will get a timely replacement next year – in January, in time for a NAIAS official presentation – and the parent automaker, GM, is focusing ...
Audi pulls the plug on the A6 Hybrid
The German based automaker Audi has officially announced the production stop of the A6 Hybrid because of the weak demand. Audi has decided to pull the plug on the A6 Hybrid, ...
Kia GT and GT4 Stinger Concepts might be produced
The South Korean based automaker Kia might put the GT and the GT4 Stinger Concepts into production. Kia might be enlightening its fans with two brand new models which should be ...
Citroen C4 Cactus high demand boosts production
The high demand for the Citroen C4 Cactus means that the French based automaker will increase production for the funky looking crossover. One of the weirdest crossovers money can buy these ...
China plant won’t stop Land Rover expanding production in the UK
According to Richard Else, Land Rover’s UK factory operations director, the opening of the first plant outside of its home country is not going to affect production in Britain. Land Rover ...
UK: September auto production slides 3%
Last month Great Britain’s car output went down almost 3% year-over-year because factories were prepared to introduce new models, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), the ...
Honda to pull the plug on the Euro-spec Accord in 2015
The Euro-spec Honda Accord will be discontinued next year as the company has recently announced. One of the most popular vehicles with Honda fans, the Accord, will leave the production line ...

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