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Florida officials confirmed Wednesday that 34-year-old Nichol Barker was at least the 21st person to die worldwide due to exploding Takata air bag inflators. She was involved in a relatively minor crash in July but died of a head wound caused by shrapnel that shot out of her 2002 Honda Accord's air bag. Nineteen auto and truck makers are recalling up to 69 million inflators in the U.S. and 100 million worldwide because they can explode with too much force and hurl shrapnel at drivers and passengers. The deaths have occurred since May 2009:
Detroit, Michigan, Jan 16, 2018 - (JCN Newswire) - The all-new Honda Insight Prototype will make its world debut on Jan. 15 at the North American International Auto Show, giving consumers a first glimpse of the latest model in Honda's growing lineup of electrified vehicles. Launching nationwide later this year, and positioned as a premium compact above Civic in the Honda passenger car lineup, Insight elevates itself above other compact hybrid models with its sleek sedan design, roomy five-passenger cabin, and refined driving performance, along with high fuel efficiency.
In line with the recently announced recall of around 3.3 million inflators by Takata, Honda (HMC) to recall around 465,000 of Honda and Acura models.
CES 2018 moved into high gear on the third day of the popular tech convention with new noise-canceling headphones, an exercise bike desk and robots.
In 1H17, General Motors (GM) stock remained mixed, and it ended 1H17 with a minor gain of 0.3%. GM also outperformed other legacy automakers such as Ford Motor Company (F), Toyota Motor (TM), and Honda Motor Company (HMC). Last year, Ford, TM, and HMC rose 3.0%, 8.5%, and 16.8%, respectively.
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Ford and General Motors topped December sales forecasts Wednesday, but the auto industry closed out a weaker year and faces an even worse 2018.
Honda (HMC) is expected to benefit from its Vision 2030 plan, which aims to cut development costs and focus more on EVs. However, frequent vehicle recalls are a worry.
Activities by the automakers to scale up EV operations continue. Recall issues still plaguing automakers.
Expanded volume of sales, a positive product mix and the buyout of Grand Design RV help Winnebago (WGO) witness continued robust sales growth.
Volkswagen (VLKAY) plans to launch two-row versions of Atlas & Tiguan models in order to benefit from the rising demand for crossovers.
Standard Motor (SMP) is closing relatively less important facilities and relocating some facilities to reduce production costs.
There's been a flurry of launches at the Detroit Auto Show. Ford Motor Co says it will significantly increase its planned investments in electric vehicles to $11 billion by 2022 and Volkswagen has launched an all-new Jetta compact car as it looks to revive sales in the world's second-largest auto market and move on from the emissions scandal. Ciara Lee reports