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Nissan engineers have succeeded in commercializing variable compression engine technology for the new Infiniti QX50.
Italian race car specialist Dallara says its first street legal car, a lightweight roadster called the Stradale, was inspired by affordable sports cars pioneered by Lotus.
Dyson's secretive plan to develop an EV was revealed to Tesla two years before being made public after Tesla employed a Dyson engineer in a move that began months of legal battles.
Tesla's director of battery engineering, Jon Wagner, has left the electric carmaker and is launching a battery and powertrain startup in California.
Google's self-driving car unit opened the doors to Castle — its private testing facility in California — to reporters, showing what progress it has made toward Level 4 autonomy.
British engineering group GKN is considering splitting into two listed companies comprising its aerospace and auto component divisions, a UK newspaper reported.
Mazda is on the verge of bringing its rotary engine back to the United States -- but not as fans used to know it.
Autonomy and battery power could end up being at odds. That's because self-driving technology is a huge power drain.
British niche automaker TVR will begin production of its two-seat Griffith sports car next year.
Austrian engineering company AVL has partnered with the University of California, Riverside to open an emissions engineering center to better assist California.
Ford said it will increase the number of battery electric vehicles it offers, and is forming a dedicated internal team to study and develop the technology.
Bob Fascetti, who marshaled Ford's development of the 6.7-liter Power Stroke and the influential EcoBoost engines, is retiring.
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