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Nissan paid former CEO Carlos Ghosn $9.81 million in the year ended March, up 2.5 percent from the previous year.
Volkswagen will cooperate with Nvidia on deep-learning software that could be used to manage mobility projects or make it easier for humans to work with robots.
Germany said it will set up a new organization to test vehicle emissions in real road conditions rather than in laboratory conditions.
Volvo and Autoliv are deepening their ties with chipmaker Nvidia in a move intended to help the automaker meet its goal of having an autonomous vehicle on the road by 2021.
Aston Martin has scaled back production plans for its first electric model, the RapidE, after investment partner LeEco pulled out of the project.
The VW brand plans to thin out its management ranks using the same early-retirement schemes offered to rank-and-file workers.
Additional costs mean GM now expects the charge for its sale of Opel to PSA to reach $5.5 billion, GM finance chief Chuck Stevens said.
The used-car retailer, known for its vending machines, says it has a clear path to profitability and a strong brand that's making an impression.
Dealers can now focus their local promotions on any business line, not just new-car sales.
BMW dealers say they need fresh product, more trucks, competitive lease rates and a return to the "Ultimate Driving Machine" days. They're looking at Bernhard Kuhnt for help.
The E-Pace compact crossover will become Jaguar's second utility vehicle next year, after the F-Pace. A third crossover, the battery-powered I-Pace, will join Jaguar's lineup after the E-Pace, but also next year.
Mercedes-Benz's box-on-wheels endures, despite the brand's decision to kill it.
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