Top Automotive Industry News for Week of June 20 - June 26, 2016

Here is the most important news associated with the automotive industry identified by the AEA for the week June 20, 2016 - June 26, 2016.

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

-Automotive Manufacturing News-

A Look At This Week’s Top OEM Headlines (CBT News)

Automakers on board for new Detroit auto show mobility exhibit (Automotive News)

Faraday Future cleared to test self-driving cars in California (engadget)

Fiat Chrysler to phase out air bag inflators subject to recall by 2019 (Reuters)

FordPass Points To A Future Beyond Selling Cars (Forbes)

GM grows autonomous team, builds test track in Warren (The Detroit News)

GM plans $290M investment in Corvette plant (The Detroit News)

How do you teach an autonomous car when to hurt its passengers? (The Verge)

Jaguar Land Rover could face 1 billion pound Brexit hit – sources (Reuters)

Jaguar Land Rover copycat lawsuit proceeds despite patent cancellation (Reuters)

Jeep to investigate whether 'Star Trek' actor Anton Yelchin's death was related to previous recall (Mashable)

Mini prototype looks into the future (USA Today)

Mitsubishi projecting big loss after scandal (USA Today)

Newest IIHS Test Stymies Automakers (The Detroit Bureau)

Prius plug-in's solar roof is not safe enough for U.S. markets, report says (Mashable)

Production of Dodge Viper to end with 2017 model year (Detroit Free Press)

Shocker: Kia Tops Porsche And Lexus For Highest Rating On Initial Quality From J.D. Power (Forbes)

VW to pay over $10 billion for U.S. emissions scandal (Reuters)

-Automotive Retail News-

3.24 million used-car sales on tap this month (Auto Remarketing)

CarMax sees fewer low-credit buyers (Auto Remarketing)

Dissecting dealers' attitudes (Automotive News)

Gas Prices: A Non-Issue for Most Car Shoppers This Summer (Edmunds)

Gen Z Buying 6.5 Times More Used Cars Than New (Auto Dealer Monthly)

Google AdWords Testing Click-To-Text Ad Extension (DrivingSales)

Jeep Climbing Up to Another Record Sales Year (The Detroit Bureau)

Luxury Brands Rethinking How Cars Are Sold (FOX Business)

NADA Launches New Training Program For Dealership Managers (DrivingSales)

Retail Car Sales Dip, But Prices Rise So Far in June (JD Power)

The Ratings Giant (Auto Dealer Monthly)

Why Are Alt-Fuel Cars Flying Off Used-Car Lots? (Forbes)

-Automotive Wholesale News-

Cars, Trucks Show Steady Depreciation Rate (Vehicle Remarketing)

Truck depreciation ramps up (Auto Remarketing)

-Automotive Ownership News-

How Autonomous Vehicles Could Ease Congestion (Ratchet & Wrench)

Insurers will turn your car into a marketing machine (CBS News)

New York Tops List of Best States for Teen Drivers (The Detroit Bureau)

-Automotive Enthusiast News-

Behind the curtain at collector car auctions (Digital Trends)

Dodge Bringing Drag Racing to Woodward Dream Cruise (The Detroit Bureau)

Got an old car? Thanks to three Apple renegades, you can install your own rearview camera (LA Times)

The Hyperloop may be heading to Moscow, thanks to a mysterious Russian billionaire (The Verge)

-Automotive Servicing News-

Fiat Chrysler speeds recall fix for 1.1 million rollaway vehicles (Reuters)

Infiniti recalls sedans to fix electronic steering (The Detroit News)

SCOTUS Declines To Rule On Dealership Service Advisor Case (DrivingSales)

VW gets approval for fixes on another 1 million cars, total 3.7 million: CEO (Reuters)

-General Business & Executive News-

5 top reasons 'Brexit' is roiling the auto industry (USA Today)

2016 U.S. Auto Insurance Study: Large U.S. Auto Insurers Drag Industrywide Customer Satisfaction Down Due to Price Perception (JD Power)

Ad Market Continues To Expand, Reaches Highest May Ever (MediaPost)

Advertisers Try New Tactics to Break Through to Consumers (WSJ)

BMW Is Turning Its Electric Vehicle Batteries Into a New Business (Fortune)

Brexit Vote Results Worries Global Automakers (The Detroit Bureau)

Car and Truck... and SUV of the Year Awards (The Detroit News)

D.C. lobbying over self-driving autos revs up (The Detroit News)

GM Talking Cadillac on Collision Course With Silicon Valley (Bloomberg)

Harris Poll Releases Best Brands of the Year List for 2016 (The Harris Poll)

Literally zero people have signed up for Credit Link, Ford's private car-share program (The Verge)

Martin Winterkorn, Ex-C.E.O. of Volkswagen, Is Under Investigation (NY Times)

Self-driving cars could flip the auto insurance industry on its head (LA Times)

Tesla’s Plan To Buy SolarCity Has Major Flaws (NY Times)

Uber Data And Leaked Docs Provide A Look At How Much Uber Drivers Make (BuzzFeed)

Uber is rolling out guaranteed fares (CNN Money)

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