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Renault-Nissan plans to launch driverless ride-hailing and ride-sharing services as the alliance looks beyond making and selling cars.
The global market for electric cars has not grown as fast as Renault expected but EVs are "clearly" the future, says the automaker's EV boss, Gilles Normand.
Volkswagen's long-awaited Microbus-styled MPV will see production as an electric vehicle, Auto Express reported.
The Fisker EMotion will boast a 400-mile range and a nine-minute charge, with autonomous and connected capabilities, Henrik Fisker says.
Jaguar Land Rover plans to hire an extra 5,000 staff, including 1,000 electronic and software engineers as the auto industry adapts to develop autonomous vehicles.
Magna is shopping around a hydrogen fuel-cell platform as a range extender for battery EVs. It allows a vehicle to recharge its battery on the move.
LG Chem has denied a media report that it has signed a lucrative deal to supply batteries to Volkswagen as the automaker plans to launch its lineup of purpose-built EVs.
Midsize SUV headlights fall short in test; Rising tide of underwater buyers; Kona puts Hyundai in hot segment; Auto groups to talk tax reform; BMW invests in electric-bus maker.
The plan to turn Opel into a “Tesla for the masses” appears to have become a nonstarter since the brand was taken over in March by PSA Group.
The push to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions in Vatican City got a helping hand last week from Opel.
Honda unveiled its mid-term Vision 2030 strategy, which outlines its plans to concentrate on developing new driving technologies including level 4 autonomous vehicles and electric powertrains.
Engineers supported by Toyota have demonstrated a flying car which they hope will be able to light up the Olympic flame to open the Tokyo 2020 Summer Games.
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