Welcome to CAR’s news aggregator as we round up the seismic change in the auto industry. Top tip: news summaries are added from the top hour-by-hourFriday 29 January 2010• Nissan has announced the creation of 400 temporary jobs at its Sunderland plant to cope with strong demand for the Qashqai. The reintroduction of a third shift comes as the crossover is being updated in March 2010 (Nissan)• UK motorists will now be able to claim compensation for unfair or excessive clamping fees through new government-appointed independent adjudicators (Daily Telegraph)• The BMW group predicts that it will remain the world’s largest premium car maker in 2010 with a slight rise in sales to 1.3m – thanks to the X1 and new 5-series (Automotive News)• CTS Corp, supplier of the accelerator pedal at the centre of the Toyota recalls, has redesigned the component and will be shipping it to Toyota factories soon. A ‘sleeve’ to fix the problem on cars already on the road is under development (Automotive News, subscription required)• Ford has posted a fourth-quarter profit and made its first full-year profit since 2005, it announced today. It made $868 million in the last quarter of 2009 compared with a loss of $5.9 billion a year before. Even better, it made a… Read full this story
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