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Volkswagen will delay releasing its 2015 financial report because the company will need more time to figure out the true cost of its diesel emissions scandal.

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After returning to profitability, Ford of Europe is undertaking sweeping changes, reconfiguring its product lineup and slashing its workforce.

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Takata posted significantly higher quarterly profits this year, but its airbag inflator scandal continued to grow.

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The weak markets in China and Russia caused the first drop in Hyundai global deliveries since July, but the US market set a January volume record.

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Having acquired a controlling interest in Daihatsu back in 1988, Toyota is now taking it over completely and entrusting it with developing a new generation of small cars.

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The company is also pulling out of the Indonesian market. Ford failed to make a dent in market share in either country. Employees were notified via email.

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Unapologetically Anachronistic Automaker Leaps Into The Future

Morgan has secured government funding to develop hybrid and electric powertrains, with the first set to roll out by 2019.

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Uber just received $2 billion in funding in China to bankroll the ridesharing app's attempts to control that lucrative market.

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GM has revised its earning forecast for 2016 upward in part because the company expects success from upcoming product launches.

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Currently No Evidence of Defeat Devices

French investigators searched Renault's offices in an emissions probe, and investors reacted by dumping the company's stock. Renault explained there was no evidence of emissions defeat devices on its vehicles and no need to panic.

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Automaker 'Vigorously' Denies Claims

A Chicago-area dealership group has filed suit against FCA accusing it of paying dealers to fake sales figures and "strong-arming" in the push to move metal.

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VW may buy back around 115,000 of its polluting diesel models, and recalled vehicles could require lengthy repairs.

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Magna International's purchase of transmission maker Getrag is finally through regulatory approval and officially complete.

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Automotive News reports that more than a third of BMW's US sales were crossovers in 2015, and crossovers will be 40 percent of BMW's US sales in 2016.

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Audi is investing $28 million into Silvercar, a rental company that exclusively stocks fully loaded silver Audis at airports and cities across the United States.

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Ferrari has officially split off from former parent company Fiat Chrysler, with most of its shares distributed to FCA's shareholders, some staying in the family, and the rest being traded on stock markets in New York and Milan.

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Carl Icahn's investment company is now poised to acquire Pep Boys for $1 billion after placing a higher bid than tire maker Bridgestone.

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Renault didn't have to pay much to reacquire the Lotus F1 Team from Genii Capital, but it comes saddled with a mountain of debt.

Ferrari Still Most Desirable Brand For Collectors

An amazing array of classics went up for auction in 2015, including these ten examples that each sold for over $10 million, highlighted by Fangio's Ferrari.

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Falling Demand For Steering Wheels Adds To Company Woes

Takata's steering wheel business is reportedly experiencing falling demand as a result of the supplier airbag inflator scandal.

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