Wednesday morning car news roundup, January 8, 2014



Moody’s considers Fiat downgrade after Chrysler purchase – Reuters. Says the deal lessens Fiat’s liquidity in a time when it needs more.

FRANCE: Production at standstill as workers occupy Goodyear Amiens Nord factory– Just-auto. Two manager kidnapped, then released. Tires burning.

SOUTH KOREA: FTC launches car antitrust probe – Just-auto. Alleged price-fixing among Korea’s top five automakers.

Qoros 3 Wagon Spotted In Germany – Chinacartimes

Porsche sales boss expects China to top U.S. as brand’s No. 1 market – Automotive News. Is nothing sacred anymore?

App to allow Ford drivers to order Domino’s from car – DetN. Hands-free, of course.


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