Top Automotive Industry News for Week of February 10 - February 16, 2020

Here is the most important news associated with the automotive industry identified by the AEA for the week of February 10, 2019 - February 16, 2019.

We hope it helps you stay up to speed on the key developments in our industry:

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-Automotive Manufacturing News-

23 Cars And Crossover SUVs The IIHS Says Are The Safest For 2020 (Forbes)

Automakers resume or prepare to restart car production in China amid coronavirus outbreak (CNBC)

Coronavirus takes a financial toll on General Motors in China (USA Today)

Despite Mercedes Sales Record, Daimler’s 2019 Profits Take Massive Hit (The Detroit Bureau)

Genesis, Buick tops in vehicle dependability, J.D. Power survey says (Automotive News)

GM, Hyundai and Kia escape US auto tariffs on South Korean-made cars (CNBC)

GM Delivering Bonuses to Salaried Employees for 2019 (The Detroit Bureau)

HAAH Automotive Holdings Announces the Creation of VANTAS (Auto Dealer Today)

House Democrat group: Auto tariffs not justified on imports, urge Trump to abandon threat (Detroit Free Press)

Hyundai’s Geneva Concept a “Prophecy” of its EV Plans (The Detroit Bureau)

Navigation images sharper than your TV among tech improvements coming to vehicles (Detroit Free Press)

Nissan shares tumble to ten-and-a-half year low after earnings rout; Renault also suffers (Reuters)

Nissan Sues Carlos Ghosn For $90 Million (Forbes)

Only one Detroit vehicle qualifies for coveted top safety rating (The Detroit News)

Renault plans $2.2 billion 'no taboos' cost cuts after first loss in a decade (Reuters)

Tesla Looking to Raise $2B Through New Stock Sale (The Detroit Bureau)

Union local tells GM Flint workers that parts shortages could disrupt production (The Detroit News)

Where in the world are Detroit's entry-level vehicles? (The Detroit News)

-Automotive Evolution News-

Anti-hacking protection emphasized in self-driving law draft (The Detroit News)

Is A Major Hurdle For Electric Car Use About To Be Jumped With Truly Rapid Charging? (Forbes)

-Automotive Retail News-

Automakers angling for increased CPO awareness (Auto Remarketing)

AutoNation shares jump 6% premarket as earnings top estimates (MarketWatch)

Cars.com FUEL product aims to target ready-to-buy car shoppers, reduce TV advertising waste (Auto Remarketing)

Equifax And Inventory Command Center Team Up To Optimize Automotive Digital Retailing (Yahoo)

Group 1 upbeat that 2019 used-car successes will continue (Auto Remarketing)

Luxury brands’ CPO sales growing, but category still mystifies (Auto Remarketing)

-Automotive Wholesale News-

Dealer-to-Dealer Sales Come to Manheim Express (Vehicle Remarketing)

-Automotive Ownership News-

Dicey driving conditions: These are the worst cities to drive in every state (USA Today)

-Automotive Servicing News-

Ford recalls over 240,000 vehicles to fix suspension problem (USA Today)

Honda recalls 241,000 minivans to fix wiring that could be fire risk (USA Today)

Kelley Blue Book's Featured Auto Repair Center Attracts Dealership Service Skeptics (Yahoo)

Tesla Issues Voluntary Recalls For 2016 Models X And S For Steering Motor Bolt Corrosion Issue (Forbes)

-General Business & Executive News-

Amazon Adds Auto-Specific Alexa Skills To Further Impact The Car Industry (Forbes)

CarGurus stock drops 15% after earnings, lower outlook (MarketWatch)

The global car industry is bracing for a huge shock from China (CNN)

US retail sales unexpectedly decline in a sign that consumer economy could be cracking (CNBC)

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