Racing is a huge part of the marketing strategy across Cox Automotive’s media brands, which include Kelley Blue Book and Autotrader. Here’s why.
Whipping a high-revving sports car or a torquey low-revving Detroit muscle car around a track at high speeds is a form of therapy for Bill Kozyra, CEO of TI Automotive, a Tier 1 supplier of fuel system parts.
For a company that makes turbochargers, it’s hard to imagine a happier event than last year’s Indianapolis 500.
A federal judge in Detroit may need to find someone else to oversee a compensation fund for victims of defective Takata airbags.
GM is pledging to buy sustainable natural rubber for the 49 million tires it buys a year under a plan aimed at helping small farmers while protecting company profits by ensuring the material’s long-term availability.
Mexico’s competition watchdog fined Panasonic for failing to disclose that its purchase of Spanish auto parts maker Ficosa International would boost its indirect ownership of Ficosa Mexico.
Thirteen people were injured, four of them seriously, in an explosion at a German factory operated by ball-bearings maker Schaeffler, police said.
General Motors ranks just behind Toyota and Honda in the opinion of suppliers. This according to a study that evaluates the purchasing policies of North America’s six biggest automakers. Nissan dropped to last place.
Continental appointed Enno Tang, who runs the German supplier’s chassis and safety business in China, as president of the company’s China operations. Tang replaces Ralf Cramer, will leave the company after his contract expires in August.
Continental has slightly raised its full-year sales guidance and expects business to stay strong in the second quarter despite further rising material costs.