Autohome Inc
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Based in China
Company profile

Autohome Inc. is an online destination for automobile consumers in China. The Company is engaged in the provision of online advertising and dealer subscription services in the People's Republic of China (PRC). The Company, through its Websites, autohome.com.cn and che168.com, and mobile applications, delivers content to automobile buyers and owners. These services are offered to automakers and dealers, and advertising agencies that represent automakers and dealers in the automobile industry. The Company's autohome.com.cn targets automobile consumers with a focus on new automobiles. The Company's professionally produced content is created by editorial team and includes automobile-related articles and reviews, pricing trends in various local markets, and photos and video clips. Its database also includes new and used automobile listings and promotional information. Its dealer subscription services allow dealers to market their inventory and services through its Websites.

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Closing Price
$102.88
Day's Change
5.13 (5.25%)
Bid
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Ask
--
B/A Size
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Day's High
103.02
Day's Low
97.51
Volume
(Average)
Volume:
552,087

10-day average volume:
610,375
552,087

UPDATE: Tesla asked by federal regulator to voluntarily recall 158,000 vehicles over safety-functions-related defect

9:13 pm ET January 13, 2021 (MarketWatch)
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has sent a letter to the Silicon Valley electric-vehicle maker Tesla Inc. (TSLA) seeking a voluntary recall by the company of some 158,000 Model X units from the 2016, 2017 and 2018 model years over a possible defect impacting safety functions including rear-view-camera operation. The Transportation Department's Office of Defects Investigation has tentatively concluded that a failure of the media control unit, or MCU -- the vehicle's display screen -- ensues in some Model Xs when an integrated 8-gigabyte flash memory device exceeds storage capacity. The result, according to the preliminary conclusion, is a loss of rear-view-camera function and of defogging and defrosting capacities. A vehicle's Autopilot and turn-signal capabilities, among others, can also be affected, according to the letter (https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/inv/2020/INRM-EA20003-11321.pdf), dated Wednesday and addressed to the car manufacturer's legal department.

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