Automotive News - August 4, 2014 - Supplement - (Page Intro)

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Ford, GM play with numbers for bragging rights
Chinese suppliers quickly finding a home in the U.S.
Acura hopes awd helps it recoup sales
Mercedes-Benz's autonomous driving features dominate the industry -- and will for several years
Kia aims to take lead on leads
Mercedes' rivals develop self-driving features, too
Chinese supplier lays plans to revive Fisker and give itself a jolt
Sub-$30,000 Lexus car? 'Can't do it'
Toyota asks suppliers for disaster plans
Ford F-150 targets mpg title with super fuel economy option
VW bids adios to Eos
Aston Martin revives Lagonda badge for sedan
Toyota to name fuel cell vehicle Mirai, report says
'Our goal is to set the standard'
U.S. sales of luxury brands through July outpace overall market
Merger ends 'precarious life of Fiat'
Penske adds Spain to its overseas roster
Lenders listen to satisfy dealers
Automakers need state departments
Integrity matters much more than bragging rights
Are fuel cell cars worth 40%-plus subsidies?
Wait for Congress to act? Good luck
New VW Credit chief wants to expand floorplan footprint
Self-promotion, social media help sell cars
Automakers seek pedestrian-alert delay
A failure to punish fails members
European luxury makers trim platforms
BMW 7 series to launch new platform
Mercedes bulks up in quest for crown
End of Volvo product drought is near
Mini: Many variants to join the lineup
Entry lux from Land Rover
For Smart, ForTwo is the 1
Jaguar rolls out aluminum architecture
Sonic exits Mich., looks elsewhere
Toyota-affiliated Denso readies technology for other automakers
Can transparency help GM mend supplier ties?
Supplier goal: 'Emperor of the electrical world'
After investment, Aisin eyes N.A. profit surge
M-B, Infiniti engines get global input
Toyoda Gosei aims to be 'real global supplier'
Toyota steps in to avert supply bottlenecks
Electric turbocharger eliminates lag, Valeo says
Carmakers bet on big global platforms to cut costs
Comau helps automakers meet changing mpg goals
Suppliers may offer cameras to watch drivers
NSK: Electric power steering saves fuel
Magna Steyr hunts acquisitions that will add expertise
Tape emerges as go-to wonder bond
N.A. is key Nissan profit center in quarter
Plant switch boosts Mazda's N.A. profits
GM bulks up for growing fleet battle
GM stands by its 1990s vintage vans; Fleet exec says customers are content
Acura TLX aims to balance size, performance
Lincoln seeks styling edge with MKC liftgate
Hyundai will pay dealers who get shops to buy genuine parts
Call center keeps the service bays packed
Ford counts on free brake pads to boost service visits
2015 F-150 repair parts will be sold to all body shops
Mini Cooper tops other small cars in latest round of overlap crash tests
Tesla digs, but isn't sold on Reno
What is pickup payload?
Acura task force's job: Define brand's identity
Sales streaks in a sizzling market
4 of 5 biggest players post gains in July
Here come Chinese suppliers
Output table goes monthly
A Renegade prime minister
Akerson misjudged GM culture
JLR puts down $170M to pick up 543 classics
Edmunds: Model S 'brilliant,' but 'hard to recommend'
Another ace, another chance for dealerships

Automotive News - August 4, 2014 - Supplement