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  • PARIS, Sept 15- French carmaker PSA said on Thursday a partnership with a U.S. 3 D printing startup would lead to cheaper production of whole vehicle structures as well as parts for its models. The maker of Peugeot, Citroen and DS cars said it had agreed with Los Angeles- based Divergent 3 D to develop metal printing processes for PSA production lines.

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 6- Auto supplier Robert Bosch GmbH concealed the use of Volkswagen AG's secret "defeat device" software that it helped design and demanded in 2008 that the German automaker provide legal protection in its use, lawyers for American owners alleged in a court filing. The filing on Friday in U.S. District Court in San Francisco expands on claims...

  • *CEO says single-source deals to be examined. *Supplier dispute halted production at six plants. HAMBURG, Aug 30- Volkswagen Chief Executive Matthias Mueller has vowed to review the German car giant's procurement strategy to avoid any repetition of the crippling supplier dispute that hit production at six plants this month.

  • Mobileye's U.S.-listed shares were up 8.3 percent at $50.42 in mid-day trading, while Delphi's shares rose 3.2 percent to $67.15. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration did not respond immediately to a request for comment. Ride services giant Uber Technologies Inc last week said it had acquired self-driving truck startup Otto and planned...

  • Mobileye, a key supplier of vision-based sensing systems, and Delphi, a provider of automotive safety systems, said they plan to begin testing a jointly developed turn-key system for self-driving cars early next year. The Mobileye/ Delphi alliance is the latest in a series of partnerships aimed at speeding deployment of automated driving systems.

  • Aug 23- Auto supplier Robert Bosch GmbH said claims it was a knowing participant in Volkswagen's decade-long scheme to evade U.S. anti-pollution laws were "wild and unfounded." In a filing in U.S. District Court in San Francisco late on Monday, Bosch responded to attorneys who are suing Volkswagen AG on behalf of U.S. owners of the polluting VW diesel vehicles, who...

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 17- German auto supplier Robert Bosch GmbH was a "knowing and active participant" in a decade-long scheme by Volkswagen AG to evade U.S. emissions laws, according to lawyers for U.S. owners of polluting VW diesel vehicles. In a court filing late on Tuesday in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, the lawyers cited confidential documents turned over by...

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 17- German auto supplier Robert Bosch GmbH was a "knowing and active participant" in a decade-long scheme by Volkswagen AG to evade U.S. emissions laws, according to lawyers for U.S. owners of polluting VW diesel vehicles. In a court filing late on Tuesday in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, the lawyers cited confidential documents turned over by...

  • Buying the unloved

    Money managers always keep an eye on unloved companies as winning bets, and Catherine Wood of ARK Invest and Christopher Retzler of Needham Fund are no exception. Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson interviews.

  • The second quarter fulfilled expectations: Continental CFO

    Wolfgang Schafer, CFO of Continental, talks about the autos-component maker's latest earnings results and explains why he is cautious about the U.S.

  • Google self-driving car project

    Google's self-driving car can recognize, understand and remember cyclists hand signals, Recode reports.

  • Takata Corp. Chief Executive and President Shigehisa Takada attends a news conference in Tokyo November 4, 2015. Takada said on Tuesday he would resign after a "new regime" is found for the auto parts supplier.

    Takata CEO Shigehisa Takada said on Tuesday he would resign after a "new regime" is found for the auto parts supplier.

  • Autos brake for Brexit

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the impact of the Brexit referendum on the auto sector.

  • DETROIT/ BEIJING, June 3- Ningbo Joyson Electronic Corp, a major Chinese auto supplier, said it is looking at investing in Japan's Takata Corp which has been searching for financial backers to help it face mounting recall costs over potentially deadly air bags. Bloomberg reported on Friday that Bain Capital and PAG Asia Capital were also interested in investing...

  • Toyota recalls 1.6M cars for defective Takata airbags

    The automaker says the front passenger side air bag inflators made by Takata could deploy with too much force in a crash.

  • Autotech: Rise of Self-driving tech

    AutoTech Ventures' Quin Garcia talks about the potential of investing in transport-related software, services and electronics.

  • FRANKFURT, April 27- Car parts maker Bosch set aside 650 million euros in 2015 for potential legal costs, including for an ongoing investigation into the company's role in Volkswagen's diesel emissions manipulation scandal. Volkswagen has admitted cheating exhaust emissions tests in the United States and last week VW set aside 16.2 billion euros to cover...

  • A measuring hose for emissions inspections in diesel engines sticks in the exhaust tube of a Volkswagen (VW) Golf 2,0 TDI diesel car at a garage in Frankfurt an der Oder, eastern Germany, on October 1, 2015.

    German car manufacturers will recall 630,000 Porsche, Volkswagen Opel, Audi and Mercedes vehicles to fix emissions management software.

  • Checking in on automotives

    Trader Sarat Sethi of Douglas C. Lane & Associates gives his thoughts on Delphi Automotive after their investor meeting in London, and Jim Lebenthal discusses his position in the auto sector.

  • LONDON, April 15- European shares fell on Friday, with French car parts maker Faurecia leading automakers down, although a key regional index stayed on track for its best week since mid-February. The STOXX Europe 600 Automobiles and Parts index fell 1.4 percent, the top sectoral decliner, as Faurecia shares fell nearly 5 percent after the company said that its...