Porsche to develop EV supercar platformJan. 11
Porsche will develop a platform for electric sports cars and supercars that may also be used by Audi and Lamborghini. The architecture will be parent VW Group's third purpose-built platform for full-electric cars.
Toyota Avalon relaunch signals faith in sedansDec. 8, 2017
Tesla will reduce electrical wiring in Model Y, Musk saysAug. 14, 2017
Porsche, Bentley synergies can help VW GroupApril 11, 2017
AutoNews Now: VW diesels everywhere, but not for saleApril 10, 2017
First Shift: Retooling for next-gen CamryApril 10, 2017
Hyundai preps dedicated EV platformMarch 30, 2017
Hyundai is developing its first dedicated architecture for electric cars, a top executive said. The platform will allow Hyundai and sister brand Kia to sell EVs that will be "more competitive" than rival offerings, said Lee Ki-sang, a senior vice president at the automaker.
Marchionne says Alfa will share platforms with Maserati, Dodge, JeepFeb. 2, 2017
AutoNews Now: BMW names Kuhnt N.A. CEOFeb. 2, 2017
First Shift: VW 3-liter diesel settlement near?Dec. 19, 2016
Nissan, Renault, Mitsubishi will share electric car platform, paper saysDec. 18, 2016
Renault and Nissan will use common platform for EVsDec. 13, 2016
Renault and Nissan will build the next Zoe and Leaf electric cars on a new common platform. The cars will have different exterior styling but will share underpinnings and electric motors, said Arnaud Deboeuf, a senior alliance executive.