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  1. Gentex Q1 net income up 14 percent as revenue softens
    Gentex said its first-quarter net income surged 14 percent from a year earlier as the mirror and electronics supplier managed to boost mirror deliveries despite a production glitch.
  2. Court blocks Trump effort to delay boost in 'gas guzzler' fines
    Automakers will face steeper penalties if they fall short of annual federal fuel economy targets after an appeals court blocked a Trump administration move to delay a scheduled increase in the fines.
  3. Nissan's Infiniti readies platform for electrified cars
    Nissan's Infiniti luxury brand will introduce an all-new platform for its entire range when it shifts to exclusively electrified powertrains in 2021.
  4. Trump may tie Mexican immigration control to NAFTA
    President Trump threatened to make Mexican immigration control a condition of a new NAFTA agreement, saying the southern neighbor must stop illegal immigrants from getting into the United States.
  5. 2019 Toyota Avalon gets price bump after redesign
    The fifth-generation Toyota Avalon that goes on sale next month as a 2019 model shares almost nothing with the previous generation, including the pricing.
  6. GM Korea, union reach tentative wage deal
    GM's South Korean unit said that it has reached a tentative wage deal with its labor union, meeting a key condition laid down by the automaker to prevent it filing for bankruptcy.
  7. Activist investor turns up heat on Hyundai
    Activist hedge fund Elliott Management dismissed Hyundai Motor Group's restructuring plan as insufficient on Monday and called on the South Korean conglomerate to adopt a holding company strategy and appoint more independent board members.
  8. VW's internal handling of emissions scandal 'unsatisfactory,' U.S. monitor finds
    VW's independent monitor, former Deputy Attorney General Larry Thompson, has criticized the automaker's internal response to its emissions scandal, a German newspaper report said.
  9. California bill would add muscle to franchise laws
    A wide-ranging California bill that aims to strengthen the state's existing new-car dealer franchise laws is scheduled to have its first committee hearing today.
  10. Ford rejects 9-speed offered by GM
    Ford has elected not to use GM's nine-speed transmission out of the box, opting instead for two new eight-speed transmissions on vehicles such as the Ford Edge, Ford Transit Connect and Lincoln Nautilus.
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