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Aston Martin's finance boss to leave as losses deepen

The automaker predicted a decline in first-half revenue and said the market launch of its crucial DBX SUV was subject to any impact on the supply chain from the coronavirus outbreak.


Denso could halt some production at Spanish plant on coronavirus shortages

Denso could halt some production at Spanish plant on coronavirus shortages

Many parts needed to build cars in Spain are produced in China and if the coronavirus outbreak continues to hit supplies, automakers' production lines may be halted, according the boss of Denso's auto electronics components plant in Malaga.


Carvana loss grows amid aggressive expansion

Carvana loss grows amid aggressive expansion

CEO Ernie Garcia said 2019 marked "the highest organic growth year of any automotive retailer in U.S. history."


Calif.

Calif.'s disengagement reports are here; they shouldn't be viewed as a self-driving report card

The California Department of Motor Vehicles released a trove of documents related to the testing of self-driving technology on the state's public roads. Here's what we know — and mostly don't.


GM autonomous vehicle cleared for testing

GM autonomous vehicle cleared for testing

The California permit will allow Cruise to test under specific guidelines. The AV will be able to carry passengers as long as a safety driver is present.


Cars.com reports Q4, 2019 net losses

Cars.com reports Q4, 2019 net losses

Excluding one-time items such as a $461 million strategic review charge, Cars.com said its adjusted net income for 2019 tumbled 23 percent to $104.2 million


Geneva auto show to take place as planned despite virus fears

Geneva auto show to take place as planned despite virus fears

The automotive trade fair is slated to begin next week and organizers have asked exhibitors from coronavirus-infected areas to check staff for symptoms before arriving in Switzerland.


Lordstown Motors could provide electric pickups to Ohio utility

Lordstown Motors could provide electric pickups to Ohio utility

The letter of intent from Ohio's FirstEnergy is not the first Lordstown Motors has received, but it is the first the company has disclosed publicly, a spokesman said.


Subaru to invest $158 million in Indiana plant

Subaru to invest $158 million in Indiana plant

Subaru Corp.'s latest investment, which is expected to generate 350 new jobs, will mark the first time the automaker will assemble transmissions at the factory.


Groups call for safeguards, federal action following Tesla fatal crashes

Groups call for safeguards, federal action following Tesla fatal crashes

The calls for additional safeguards and federal oversight for advanced driver-assistance systems followed a public hearing held by the National Transportation Safety Board to determine the probable cause of the fatal crash of a Tesla Model X in California.