VW unveils multi-billion auto investments through next five years

FRANKFURT - Volkswagen AG is to invest 85.6 billion euros ($106 billion) in its automotive operations over the next five years to push foreign expansion, new models and technology to back its quest for global leadership.

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Toyota aims to replicate Prius success with fuel cell Mirai

NEWPORT BEACH, California/TOKYO - Toyota Motor Corp will introduce its first mass-market fuel cell car next month, hoping to replicate the success of its Prius hybrid with a vehicle that runs on hydrogen instead of gasoline.

Takata, Honda sued over death linked to faulty air bag

NEW YORK - Takata Corp and Honda Motor Co were hit Monday with a lawsuit over an air bag linked to the death last month of a woman in Florida, the latest legal issue for the companies as they continue to recall millions of vehicles for the faulty part.

Porsche SE faces more legal risks from botched VW takeover

FRANKFURT - Porsche SE has warned shareholders it could be forced to return "economic benefits" from a failed takeover of Volkswagen AG if former board members are convicted, the company's quarterly report said.

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Weaker Indian car sales dent profits for Tata Motors

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI - Tata Motors Ltd , India's biggest automaker by revenue, said profit dropped seven percent in the second quarter, disappointing market expectations of a rise after a sharp drop in car sales at home.