1. Honda combines North American manufacturing operations and R&D.
  2. Canadian auto union Unifor deals with GM Canada to return truck assembly back to Oshawa.
  3. GM recalling 194,105 vehicles to check bolts missing from a stop-start system component.
  4. GM Korea to reconsider investments in Bupyeong plant in Incheon.
  5. GM ratifications 3-year labor deal with Unifor.
  6. Audi recalling 94,144 2018~2020 Q7 because of the C pillar padding issues.
  7. Nissan invests US$328m to improve its production facilities in Thailand.
  8. Geely sells 140,026 units in Oct., up 8% comparing same period last year.
  9. 96% of Hyundai vehicles in the US offered AEB(Automatic Emergency Braking).
  10. Bentley customers in China can use My Bentley App now(connects smartphone to Bentley and offers a suite of services that deliver a safer, smarter, and more convenient driving experience).
  11. VW’s Bentley plans to be a global leader in sustainable luxury mobility with Beyond100 strategy.
  12. Japan sales soar 29% year-on-year, selling 406,851 units in Oct.2020
  13. Russia October light vehicle sales up 7% year-on-year.
  14. Economist predicts US retails will have a robust spring selling season due to factors, such as tax-refund, new round stimulus, and consumer’s changing attitude towards car buying.
  15. Dealers try to ward off new limits as virus surges.