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GM to open new supplier park to support future vehicle production in Arlington General Motors has unveiled plans to open a new supplier park to support future vehicle production at Arlington Assembly in Texas, US, by bringing over 850 new jobs to the area. Technology > Automobile Technology > News

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Chasis & Suspension

McLaren to build £50m supercar chassis factory in Sheffield, UK
Sports car maker McLaren Automotive is building a £50m chassis factory in South Yorkshire, UK, creating 200 jobs.
Auto Components > Chassis & Suspension > News
Honda to invest $45m in South Carolina plant expansion
By ABR Staff Writer
Honda of South Carolina (HSC) is investing $45m in an expansion project which the company says will create 250 additional jobs at the facility in Timmonsville.
Design & Production > Design & Development > News


Delphi board approves Delphi Technologies spin-off
Delphi Automotive's board has approved a new powertrain spin-off into a publicly traded company, Delphi Technologies.
Groupe PSA creates JV to build cars for Algerian market
By ABR Staff Writer
French automaker Groupe PSA has signed a joint venture (JV) agreement with three Algerian partners to build cars in the North African country.
Green Technology > Green Vehicles > News

Paints & Materials

PNNL-led team develops software tools to design affordable automotive composites
By ABR Staff Writer
Researchers from the US Department of Energy's (DOE) Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and experts from industry and academia have developed software tools, which can predict the fiber orientation and length distribution of complex carbon fiber thermoplastic parts.
Auto Components > Paints & Materials > News
Delphi to buy self-driving start-up nuTonomy for $450m
By ABR Staff Writer
UK-based auto-spare parts supplier Delphi Automotive has agreed to acquire self-driving car startup nuTonomy for $450m.
Design & Production > Design & Development > News