A recently discovered issue with the antilock brake system (ABS) of Nissan’s 2015 Murano crossover has prompted a recall of a little over 10,000 cars.
Nissan’s CEO says automatic braking is an early step toward self-driving vehicles.
An ABS software glitch can potentially lead to a serious loss of stability in the affected vehicles.
The two companies will invest a total of $37 million in their expansion plans.
WABCO provided braking and other safety systems for the 12 trucks in Tata’s T1 event.
Improperly fastened parking brake bolts could cause vehicles to roll away while stationary.
By one estimate, self-braking and other safety systems can reduce vehicle emissions by 30 percent.
GM is recalling 1,200 Chevy Impalas that were incorrectly repaired late last year.
The issues have been linked to the recent bout of extreme cold weather.
The agreement calls for all brake pads to be virtually copper-free by 2025.