AD #1666 – FCA Avoids Max Fine, Apple May Borrow i3 Platform, Restoration vs. Preservation

published 4 years ago by John McElroy

- FCA Avoids Max Fine - FCA Issues 1st Cyber Security Recall - Hellcat Production Doubled - Apple May Borrow i3 Platform - Mazda’s Head of N.A. Design Resigns - GM Opens Safety Test Site - Lexus IS Updates - Restoration vs. Preservation

On today's show apple and BMW talk electric cars as Mazda North America suddenly loses its top designer and NHTSA slaps FC a with $100000000 fine all that more coming right up on online daily. This is out of line daily for July 27 of 2015. Last week mark rose kind the administrator of the national highway traffic safety administration stop by the auto line studios and warned us that FCA faced a substantial fine. He's ticked off that FCA delayed action on 23 recalls involving 11000000 vehicles. The agency could define the automaker a maximum of $805000000 but SCA locked out it was only fined for 3 ...

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