Top Automotive Industry News for Week of March 4 - March 10, 2019

Here is the most important news associated with the automotive industry identified by the AEA for the week of March 4, 2019 - March 10, 2019.

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

-Automotive Manufacturing News-

BMW: The Leading US Exporter of New Vehicles (The Detroit Bureau)

Elon Musk Touts Plan For Tesla Model Y SUV's Debut In Sunday Twitter Spree (Forbes)

EPA: 2017 model year vehicle mileage increased slightly (The Detroit News)

Ex-Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn granted bail in Japan, but prosecutors appeal decision (USA Today)

Fiat Chrysler open to mergers, and PSA is looking for one (autoblog)

GM gets $2.8M for energy savings at Flint plants (The Detroit News)

Honda Leads the Pack in Fuel Economy, Emissions (The Detroit Bureau)

Musk Twitter Fight Goes to Court Again on SEC Contempt Charge (Bloomberg)

Nissan says its electric car has become the first to break 400,000 in sales (CNBC)

Tesla says new Superchargers let drivers fill up faster, 75 miles of charge in 5 minutes (CNBC)

The perfect storm engulfing the world’s top car manufacturers (MarketWatch)

Toyota Has a Curious Justification for Not Selling Any EVs (Yet) (Car and Driver)

Trump Administration Takes Credit for Fuel Economy, Emissions Improvements (The Detroit Bureau)

Volvo may not sell its Tesla rival electric car in the US over tariffs (CNBC)

Volvo to limit its cars' top speed to 112 mph (The Verge)

-Automotive Evolution News-

Continental AG: autonomous driving revenues won't be significant until 2030 (Reuters)

In EV market, fresh product and fresh doubts (Automotive News)

Locking More Than the Doors as Cars Become Computers on Wheels (The New York Times)

Uber Not Criminally Liable In Death Of Woman Hit By Self-Driving Car, Prosecutor Says (NPR)

Waymo Now Offering To Sell Its Short-Range Laser Lidar Sensors (Forbes)

-Automotive Retail News-

Carvana continues its investment in Ohio (Auto Remarketing)

New cars sales expected to stall, dinging the Detroit 3 (Detroit Free Press)

Poor February Auto Sales Confound Analysts (The Detroit Bureau)

SAAR Falls to 18-Month Low After Slow February (Auto Dealer Today)

Tesla's Online Model Confuses Industry Experts (Forbes)

-Automotive Wholesale News-

Black Book Index softens for 3rd straight month (Auto Remarketing)

Used Vehicle Values Hit 3-Month Skid (Vehicle Remarketing)

-Automotive Enthusiast News-

25 hot cars at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show (Business Insider)

The $12.5 Million Bugatti La Voiture Noire Is the World's Most Expensive New Car (Car and Driver)

-Automotive Servicing News-

Alfa Romeo recalls vehicles; cruise control can go haywire (The Detroit News)

-General Business & Executive News-

AutoNation CEO passes torch, continues candid commentary (Auto Remarketing)

AutoWeb Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2018 Results (Globe Newswire)

New CarMax center to create hundreds of jobs in Georgia (Auto Remarketing)

truPayments Joins CDK Global Partner Program (Auto Dealer Monthly)

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