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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Automotive News - August 3, 2015 - Supplement

F-150 fix: Elegant simplicity
Luxury titans: A case of too much variety?
How the VW-Suzuki alliance went wrong
NHTSA uses FCA order to clean up industry
Mitsubishi plans to move forward with U.S. sales, but experts wonder
Can inventory hubs aid small Caddy stores?
A designer boss may be just what Acura needs
Hyundai may be ready to add small pickup
Lotus won't bring Elise back to U.S. before '20
A V-series version of Cadillac's coming crossover? Don't count on it
FCA profit surges on strong Jeep sales
Pricier insurance for F-150?
Ford says earnings will be even better in 2nd half
Wholesale financing helps retain customers
Putting Sergio's thesis to the test
TrueCar raises dealers' selling costs
Sweet harmony: How trade pacts could pay off
Painter's business model is flawed
Thanks for taking up the titling cause
Takata apology is a sign that accountability is new normal
TrueCar, Sonic settle suit over 'True' usage
Infiniti: App will add sales panache
GM prepares to fight aftermarket repair parts
Repeat repairs on older Volvos are free
AutoNation's online pilots edge forward
Six superstars ponder the future of an 'irrational' auto industry
GM takes a fresh look at emerging markets
New breed of software engineers create for computer-laden vehicles
Today's Volvo XC90: A rolling computer chip
Seeking N.A. niche, China's Minth expands in Mexico
Diversity is Calsonic Kansei's top priority
OESA zeros in on Mexico, new-tech suppliers
Performance rules -- despite the push for more mpg
Former Toyota exec leads supplier into new era
Swift and secure vehicle software updates?
GM powertrain plan: Advance on many fronts
Denso maps out two-pronged mpg drive
JTEKT targets diversification and steer-by-wire technology
High-end fashion inspires Nissan
Aisin aims to increase sales beyond top customer Toyota
Penske reports strong 2nd quarter, expands its online sales pilot
Luxury brands draw tech battle lines
M-B will grow, from compacts to Maybach
Jaguar filling the compact, crossover void
Land Rover will add convertible, bring Defender back
Mini drops models in its move upmarket
After XC90, Volvo continues its product barrage
7 series continues BMW's high-tech push
Smart sticks with single nameplate
FCA dealer incentives at risk
Japanese score big in N.A. in 1st quarter
Delphi invests in connectivity, driver assistance
VW to roll out high-end safety tech across lineup
After 1 billion calls, oh, the stories OnStar can tell
Aging vehicles may shift the aftermarket sweet spot
Nissan store takes a factory lump after Trump thump video
In Bob Lutz's crystal ball, Apple, Google may win

Automotive News - August 3, 2015 - Supplement