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Ford, GM outline difference in hybrid future, UAW president oversees Stellantis department, Tesla recalls 125,000 vehicles

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Ford, GM Chiefs diverge on the future of hybrid vehicles. Read More

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Here's a closer look at the top dealership stories and more headlines to stay on top of this week's automotive industry news.Weekly roundup: FTC defends new rule on dealership practices, GM unveils its 2025 Optiq EV, Toyota’s new compact engines embrace carbon neutrality
Earlier this week: The Federal Trade Commission defended its new regulations on dealership advertising and finance practices. General Motors announced that its new entry-level Cadillac Optiq EV will start at $54,000. Toyota is making a significant stride in engine technology with plans to develop smaller engines capable of running on carbon-neutral fuels. The NHTSA said that owners of nearly 84,000 older Nissan vehicles in the United States equipped with recalled, unrepaired Takata airbags should immediately stop driving them.
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