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Volkswagen Arteon set for Geneva debut, J.D. Power “2017 Vehicle Dependability Study” released

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http://www.motorweek.org - Volkswagen is hoping to get a lot of attention at the Geneva Auto Show in about two weeks.   Switzerland will be the world premiere of the new Volkswagen Arteon.

GM worker released from hospital after stabbing at Wentzville plant

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http://www.autonews.com - A worker at General Motors' Wentzville assembly plant in Missouri has been released from the hospital after being stabbed five times Wednesday night at the plant, according to officials.

Elon Musk had one simple request when he discussed EV subsidies with the Trump administration

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http://www.businessinsider.com - Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he has used his proximity to the Trump administration to share his thoughts on the fate of electric vehicle subsidies during the company's fourth-quarter earnings call Wednesday. Musk was asked whether he was anticipating a change in the zero-emissions vehicle (ZEV) credit program run by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) now that Scott Pruitt is in charge of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA.

Common Sense: Cadillac Ad Tries to Bridge Nation’s Chasm, Without Falling In

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http://www.nytimes.com - On the Oscar broadcast, the message will be working together to overcome challenges. But these days, can even invoking unity be a risk for a brand?.

Prime Minister speaks to PSA Group boss to discuss Vauxhall's UK future

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http://www.autocar.co.uk - Prime Minister Theresa May has spoken with PSA Group boss Carlos Tavares over the French manufacturer's proposed takeover of Vauxhall and General Motors Europe. May and Tavares discussed their views on Vauxhall's UK plants, as well as a shared desire to "protect and promote" the jobs associated with them, according to a government spokesperson.

Carlos Ghosn is stepping down as Nissan's CEO — but he will still be running the show

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http://www.businessinsider.com - The Renault-Nissan Alliance announced on Wednesday that Carlos Ghosn would step down as CEO of Nissan, but remain as Chairman of the automaker and CEO and alliance itself. Co-CEO Hiroto Saikawa, a Nissan veteran, will take over.