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Activists Block Main Entrance to Frankfurt Auto Show

Activists Block Main Entrance to Frankfurt Auto Show

Sep 15
Activists blocked the main entrance to the Frankfurt Motor Show on Sunday in a protest against what they call the "climate and environment destroyers" produced by the auto industry.

U.S. Opens Probe into Nissan Rogue Automatic Emergency Braking

U.S. Opens Probe into Nissan Rogue Automatic Emergency Braking

Sep 13
The U.S. government's road safety agency is investigating complaints that the automatic emergency braking on the Nissan Rogue can turn on for no apparent reason.

Merkel: Germany, Auto Industry Face 'Herculean' Climate Task

Merkel: Germany, Auto Industry Face 'Herculean' Climate Task

Sep 12
Chancellor Angela Merkel says Germany's auto industry and the country as a whole face a "Herculean task" meeting the goals set for combating climate change.

Edmunds Compares Honda Insight and Toyota Corolla Hybrid

Edmunds Compares Honda Insight and Toyota Corolla Hybrid

By Carlos Lago | Sep 11
Car shoppers seeking high fuel economy have two particularly intriguing choices this year: The Honda Insight and the Toyota Corolla Hybrid.

Climate Change, Trade Woes Reshape Frankfurt Auto Show

Climate Change, Trade Woes Reshape Frankfurt Auto Show

By David McHugh | Sep 11
The headwinds buffeting the auto industry are making themselves felt at the Frankfurt Motor Show, with companies confronting a slowdown in sales due to global trade uncertainty and pressure from governments to lower emissions of air pollutants.

Volkswagen Bets Big on Electric. Will Consumers Buy In?

Volkswagen Bets Big on Electric. Will Consumers Buy In?

By David McHugh | Sep 10
Volkswagen is rolling out what it bills as the breakthrough electric car for the masses, the leading edge of a wave of new battery-powered vehicles about to hit the European auto market.

Nissan Board to Meet; Chief Faces Renewed Pressure to Resign

Nissan Board to Meet; Chief Faces Renewed Pressure to Resign

By Yuri Kageyama | Sep 9
Nissan Chief Executive Hiroto Saikawa acknowledged Monday that he is working to pass over the helm at the Japanese automaker to the next generation, indicating he was ready to step down.

Tourists May Pay Tolls to Drive Crooked San Francisco Street

Tourists May Pay Tolls to Drive Crooked San Francisco Street

Sep 7
Thousands of tourists could soon be forced to make reservations and pay to drive the famous crooked Lombard Street in San Francisco.

Official: Trump to Challenge California Authority on Mileage

Official: Trump to Challenge California Authority on Mileage

By Tom Krisher and Ellen Knickmeyer | Sep 6
The Trump administration is moving forward with a proposal to revoke part of California's authority to set its own automobile gas mileage standards, a government official said Thursday.

Carmakers to Add Alerts to Prevent Child Heatstroke Deaths

Carmakers to Add Alerts to Prevent Child Heatstroke Deaths

By Tom Krisher | Sep 5
By the 2025 model year, nearly all new vehicles sold in the U.S. will come with electronic alerts to remind people to not leave children behind in the back seats.

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