“We are deeply sorry about each of the reported instances in which a Takata air bag has not performed as designed and a driver or passenger has suffered personal injuries or death,” said Hiroshi Shimizu, the senior vice president for global quality assurance at Takata.
“We are deeply sorry about each of the reported instances in which a Takata air bag has not performed as designed and a driver or passenger has suffered personal injuries or death,” said Hiroshi Shimizu, the senior vice president for global quality assurance at Takata. Pete Marovich Bloomberg
“We are deeply sorry about each of the reported instances in which a Takata air bag has not performed as designed and a driver or passenger has suffered personal injuries or death,” said Hiroshi Shimizu, the senior vice president for global quality assurance at Takata. Pete Marovich Bloomberg

Senate hearing on air bags draws apologies from Japanese company and U.S automakers

November 20, 2014 7:06 PM