Top Automotive Industry News for Week of November 7 - November 13, 2016

Here is the most important news associated with the automotive industry identified by the AEA for the week November 7, 2016 - November 13, 2016.

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

-Automotive Manufacturing News-

All five Green Car of Year finalists have a plug (USA Today)

Audi CEO to face renewed VW emissions inquiry: sources (Reuters)

Automakers reach out to Trump despite trade threats (USA Today)

Automotive News Reporter Gets 88 MPG In New E-Powered Nissan Note (Forbes)

Average U.S. fuel economy dives 0.4 mpg in Oct., study says (Automotive News)

BMW confident the i3 will live to see a second generation (AutoSpies)

BMW labor chief urges management to accelerate EV rollout (Automotive News)

Buick, Porsche Take Top Ranks in Power’s Sales Satisfaction Index (The Detroit Bureau)

Ferrari improves FY guidance after Q3 beats forecasts (CNBC)

Ferrari Looking to Hybrids to Help Boost Demand (The Detroit Bureau)

Ford to reveal small EcoSport SUV to sell in U.S. (Detroit Free Press)

GM laying off 2,000 factory workers as car sales wane (USA Today)

Honda Shuffling Production to Increase Crossover, Truck Output for U.S. (Motor Trend)

Hyundai Ioniq, Company's First Dedicated Electrified Vehicle Platform Arrives In December (Forbes)

Japan car makers shuffle output, boost imports to meet U.S. SUV demand (Reuters)

Legislature gives final approval to autonomous vehicle bills (Detroit Free Press)

Motor Trend announces finalists for vehicle awards (Detroit Free Press)

Renault's cheap $8,000 electric car could be here within two years: CEO (CNBC)

Tesla adds hard-core German engineering to its 'Alien Dreadnought' (LA Times)

Tesla Might Suffer If Trump Weakens Fuel Economy Rules, Electric Subsidies-Report (Forbes)

Tesla to buy Germany-based Grohmann Engineering (CNBC)

Toyota Tumbles; Operating Profits Plunge 43% (The Detroit Bureau)

Toyota Working on 300-Mile EV (DrivingSales)

Trade group urges Trump to revise auto emissions rules (CNBC)

Unions brace for pro-business shift in U.S. labor policy (Automotive News)

VW group sales up 4.7 percent in October, third straight monthly gain (Reuters)

-Automotive Retail News-

Auto Balances Up 9% in Q3, TransUnion Reports (Auto Dealer Monthly)

Auto Nation takes car shopping to new heights (CBT News)

Autotrader selects top CPO deals (Auto Remarketing)

Five Top Strategies To Increase Sales (CBT News)

FTC adds seven revisions to Used Car Rule (Automotive News)

How to win in ‘era of empowered consumer’ (Auto Remarketing)

Ready or Not, Here Comes Virtual Reality Auto Marketing! (Digital Dealer)

Study: Buyers happier when helped with auto tech (The Detroit News)

Toyota and Nissan Say the U.S. Auto Market Has Peaked (Bloomberg)

Toyota Slips in October, Honda and Nissan Rise (Ward’s Auto)

Tesla will cap free Supercharging for new cars (CNBC)

-Automotive Wholesale News-

Black Book: Depreciation Slows for Cars and Trucks (Auto Dealer Monthly)

Prestige Luxury Cars Face Heaviest Depreciation Dip (Vehicle Remarketing)

Wholesale Used-Vehicle Prices Decline in October, Manheim Says (Vehicle Remarketing)

-Automotive Ownership News-

A Vehicle’s Sound System Can Be a Matter of Life and Death (The New York Times)

As cars get safer, why isn't insurance getting cheaper? (CBS News)

Get Android Auto in any car, on your phone (AutoWeek)

Morning Commuters Most Likely to be Asleep at the Wheel (The Detroit Bureau)

Study: More kids left unrestrained in cars (USA Today)

Tesla runs a survey to prove the "Autopilot" name is not misleading (autoblog)

-Automotive Enthusiast News-

New SUVs will star at the Los Angeles Auto Show (USA Today)

This car will be the most expensive in the world (USA Today)

VW restorers keep old 'buses' running (USA Today)

-Automotive Servicing News-

Mitsubishi recalls SUV models to fix windshield wipers (The Detroit News)

Volvo recalls 74K U.S. vehicles to fix seat belt issue (The Detroit News)

-General Business & Executive News-

2016 U.S. Sales Satisfaction Index (SSI) Study Results (J.D. Power)

Autonomous Vehicle Companies Drawing More Investors (The Detroit Bureau)

CFPB's Precarious Future Under Trump (American Banker)

Daimler Launches Private Car Sharing App, All Makes May Apply (Forbes)

Fearless auto safety advocate Clarence Ditlow has died (Detroit Free Press)

Industry Experts Predict Top Automotive Trends (DrivingSales)

Marketers keep an eye on NFL ratings decline (Automotive News)

Personal Information Of Dealership Customers Leaked Due To Poor Data Security (DrivingSales)

President Trump Will Inherit a Challenging Auto Market (NBC News)

Targeted by Trump: Wary automakers offer congratulations (Detroit Free Press)

To Repair Trade Deals, U.S. Automakers Hope Trump Takes A Scalpel Rather Than A Hatchet (Forbes)

Trump presidency drives uncertainty into auto industry (The Detroit News)

Trump's Win Has Big Potential Impact on Marketers, Corona to AT&T (AdAge)

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