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We've been hearing rumors of Ferrari's impending initial public offering for months. This time, it might finally happen, and soon.


Volkswagen's stock is being removed from the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices because of the automaker's diesel emissions evasions. The change is effective October 6.


Renault and Genii Capital have signed a letter of intent to transfer ownership of the Lotus F1 Team back to the French automaker, as it was before 2009.


Renault is poised to take the first major step in reacquiring the Lotus F1 Team from Genii Capital by paying an outstanding tax bill to the UK government in order to stave off the team's financial collapse.


Credit rating agencies are looking negatively on VW in the wake of the automaker's diesel emissions scandal. There's a concern about how this affects the company going forward.


New Process Yields More Biodiesel

A new catalytic process yields up to 10 percent more biodiesel. A fraud case against A123 Systems executives has been dismissed. NextEV secures funding toward building a Tesla-fighting electric supercar.


The United Auto Workers has chosen Fiat Chrysler Automobiles as its lead bargaining company as it seeks to finalize new contracts with the 140,000 or so workers represented by the union.


CNG And LPG Market To Surpass $3.5 Trillion By 2020

The Formula E season opener has been pushed back a week. GKN Driveline develops two new eAxles for EVs.The CNG and LPG vehicle market is predicted to surpass $3.5 trillion by 2020.


Tesla is taking the possible rewards for its referral incentive even further. Now, there's no longer a limit of 10 recommendations, and the person with the most by October 31 gets a free Model S P90D with Ludicrous after trading in their current Model S.


Mahindra and Pininfarina may be set to link up, despite reports to the contrary. Sources claim an official announcement could be made in the coming days.


An Automotive News article lays out reasons why a leaner, more focused, more disciplined General Motors has no desire to merge with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.


Any real work on FCA's attempted merger with GM is likely to come after the Ferrari spinoff early next year.


Maserati North America is being sued by a dealer over allegations that the company incentivized its stores to fabricate sales of the Ghibli.


A London arbitration panel approves the termination of the partnership between Volkswagen and Suzuki. It finds no fault with VW, but says Suzuki failed in one obligation.


Sergio Marchionne is hinting that a hostile takeover attempt could be in the cards to get GM at least to consider a merger with FCA. He believes the combined companies could have earnings of $30 billion annually.


Reuters reports that Chinese conglomerate BAIC is in talks to take 'a major stake' in Daimler. If a deal is done, BAIC will be one of Daimler's largest shareholders.


Look for disappointing August sales figures next week, but try not to worry too much – September will likely be dynamite.


Uber's rapid ascent is only going to continue, according to company data for investors obtained by Reuters. The ridesharing service predicts bookings to triple in 2015 and 2016, and an IPO might be on the way in that time.


The next-generation Volkswagen Phaeton is ready to go, but VW has delayed what would have been the brand's flagship sedan while it figures out how to build the car for less money.


Plus: Notes On Tesla Stock, The Ford Focus ST, And Traffic Fatalities

We curate the week's events with a focus on the Audi E-Tron Quattro concept. Plus, other news and notes from around the industry.


Tesla made nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars in its latest stock sale, moving a total of 3.1M shares. That result is a million more than originally announced.

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