Panasonic bolsters connected technology with partnershipTue, 04, Apr 2017
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Panasonic aims to move Tesla auto partnership beyond batteriesThu, 19, Jan 2017
Panasonic aims to extend its partnership with electric car maker Tesla Motors beyond batteries and into self-driving technology, as the Japanese conglomerate continues to shift its focus to the automotive business.
Panasonic teams with Google, Qualcomm on infotainmentWed, 04, Jan 2017
Panasonic in final talks to buy headlight maker ZKW, report saysMon, 05, Dec 2016
Panasonic is in the final stages of talks to buy Austrian automotive headlight maker ZKW Group for up to $1 billion, accelerating its push into the automotive electronics market, the Nikkei business daily reported today.
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Nissan in talks to divest stake in EV battery business, report saysFri, 05, Aug 2016
Nissan is in discussions with Panasonic and foreign companies, including Chinese firms, over the possible sale of its controlling stake in an EV battery manufacturing venture, a Tokyo newspaper reported Friday.
VW weighs battery pacts with Panasonic, LG Chem, report saysFri, 08, Jul 2016
VW may partner with EV battery specialists such as LG Chem or Panasonic as it overhauls its strategy to emerge from diesel emissions violations, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter. VW's supervisory board has discussed investing around $1.89 billion per battery factory at several sites around the world, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the talks are confidential.
Panasonic expects to double sales of EV batteries in 3 yearsFri, 08, Jul 2016
Panasonic expects strong demand for lithium ion batteries from Tesla to help more than double its annual sales of automobile-related batteries in three years. The Japanese supplier also plans to accelerate its $1.6 billion investment in Tesla's $5 billion "Gigafactory" in Nevada upon the request of the EV maker, to meet strong orders for Tesla's upcoming Model 3 sedan.