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Toyota won’t rush to fully autonomous vehicles, Lentz says

While Google's gumdrop-shaped self-driving car is logging thousands of miles on the streets of California, don't expect to jump in the backseat of a Toyota anytime soon for a robot-chauffeured ride. ... Read More »

Magna to stay flexible on tech partnerships

Fresh on the heels of his company's $1.9 billion acquisition of transmission supplier Getrag last week, Magna CEO Don Walker said he sees no slowdown in the pace of consolidation among auto suppliers. ... Read More »

California Air Resources Board Rejects Volkswagen Recall Plan

SACRAMENTO — The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has rejected Volkswagen’s submitted recall plan for 2-liter diesel passenger vehicles sold in California between 2009 and 2015. Along with the rejection, the agency notified Volkswagen of violations...

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NADA Used Car Guide Introduces NADA Values Online

MCLEAN, Va. — NADA Used Car Guide has replaced its NADA Online product with NADA Values Online, offering lenders and automotive dealers new features as well as a more streamlined experience.“The replacement of NADA Online with the NADA Values Online...

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U.S. to propose steps to introduce, advance autonomous-car features

The U.S. Department of Transportation will introduce new steps this week aimed at accelerating the adoption of autonomous vehicle technologies, according to sources at several automakers. ... Read More »

RoadVantage Announces New F&I Bundle

AUSTIN, Texas — RoadVantage has announced a new addition to its Preferred customizable bundles. The enhanced Preferred bundle adds environmental interior and exterior coverage to a package that includes tire-and-wheel protection, cosmetic/alloy wheel repair,...

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Fisker unveils VLF Force 1 V10 supercar after lawsuit against Aston Martin

VLF Automotive today unveiled its Force 1 V10 supercar, a week after it became the subject of a suit between designer Henrik Fisker and Aston Martin. ... Read More »

The 5 most important models in Detroit this week

Though the number of concept and future production vehicles making world debuts at the Detroit auto show are far fewer this year than in years past, there were some stars. ... Read More »

Key tips to consider if choosing a lump-sum pension payout

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Lincoln strives to deliver on luxury promise with Continental

The front-to-back chrome console and thick carpeting are gone, but otherwise the production version of the Lincoln Continental is strikingly close to the concept that drew big crowds at auto shows in New York and China last year. ... Read More »
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