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Uber is spending $150 million to open an engineering hub and expand self-driving car operations in Toronto, underscoring the company's commitment to autonomous vehicle development despite setbacks.
VW to end Beetle production in '19; GM recalls 1.2 million vehicles to fix steering; Ford's new battleground; Adient names CEO; Uber's Toronto AV push; Driverless Volvo truck.
Daimler will buy a 20 percent stake in Heycar, a used-car portal launched last year by rival VW.
Porsche's ongoing experimentation with on-demand vehicle access has generated two more pilot programs. The goal: Find ways to get people into Porsches.
Pioneer secured a bailout worth up to $540 million from Baring Private Equity Asia, after failed bets on car navigation and audio systems saddled it with debt and pushed it into the red.
The founder of one of Britain's national energy suppliers has a new company, and he intends for it to offer inter-city flying taxi services that take off and land vertically within four years.
Daimler is developing an autonomous electric vehicle that can switch between a people carrier and a delivery van, as the automaker seeks an edge over rivals in shaping future mobility needs.
Mercedes-Benz is firing the opening shots in what will surely be a bloody battle to dominate the next generation of powertrain technology.
Audi is giving its upcoming e-tron electric crossover an extra blanket of convenience with a toll payment technology that will be compatible with certain toll roads in the U.S. and Canada.
Volvo robocar aims to lure short-haul air travelers.
Ascent Robotics, founded two years ago, hopes to deliver a Level 4 autonomous vehicle in two years and showcase it at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Japan plans to commercialize flying cars as early as the 2020s through a government-backed campaign that already has recruited the likes of Subaru, Uber and Boeing.
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