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Infiniti unveils 2019 QX50 mid-size crossover ahead of Los Angeles Auto Show
By ABR Staff Writer
Infiniti has unveiled its new 2019 QX50 mid-size crossover, which is built on an all-new platform, featuring a front-engine, front-wheel-drive-based layout.
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PSA to start production of Peugeot Expert and Citroen Jumpy at Russian plant
By ABR Staff Writer
French auto-maker Groupe PSA said it will start the production of two of its light commercial vehicles, Citroen Jumpy and Peugeot Expert, at the Kaluga plant in Russia, next year.
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Hyundai Mobis develops autonomous reverse driving support technology
Hyundai Mobis has developed reverse driving support technology that autonomously steers when a car goes back without the driver having to operate the steering wheel.
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Shell joins automakers on European electric vehicle fast-charging network
By ABR Staff Writer
Shell has agreed a joint venture with a coalition of automakers to offer electric vehicle charging points at its petrol stations in Europe.
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Lyft secures approval to test self-driving cars in California
By ABR Staff Writer
Ride-hailing company Lyft has secured approval to start trial of its self-driving vehicles in the US state of California.
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Volvo to supply 24,000 self-driving cars to Uber
By ABR Staff Writer
Swedish auto-maker Volvo Cars has agreed to supply 24,000 autonomous cars to ride-sharing company Uber.
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Key Safety Systems to buy Takata’s assets for $1.58bn
By ABR Staff Writer
American automotive safety system supplier Key Safety Systems (KSS) has signed an agreement with airbag manufacturer Takata to purchase the latter's assets and operations for ¥175bn ($1.58bn).
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Mahindra inaugurates new manufacturing facilty in Detroit to serve North American market
Mahindra Automotive North America (MANA) has inaugurated a new North American headquarters and manufacturing facility, the first such new OEM facility in Southeast Michigan in over 25 years.
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Mercedes-Benz electric van eVito can now be ordered for commercial fleets
Mercedes-Benz Vans is planning to offer its commercial van model lines with electric drive, starting with mid-size eVito, which will be delivered in the second half of next year.
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UK’s largest autonomous car trial moves onto public roads
By ABR Staff Writer
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), Tata Motors European Technical Centre (TMETC) and Ford Motor have partnered for the UK's largest connected and autonomous vehicle project in Coventry.
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Toyota speeds up electrification initiatives in China
Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) announced that it will roll out an electric vehicle under the Toyota brand in the Chinese market in 2020, and that the scope of a fuel-cell vehicle feasibility study will be expanded to cover commercial vehicles such as buses.
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Volkswagen to invest EUR10bn for electric cars development in China
By ABR Staff Writer
German automaker Volkswagen is planning to invest more than €10bn by 2025 for the development and production of electric cars and plug-in hybrid cars in China.
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Volvo's parent firm Geely to buy US flying-car startup Terrafugia
By ABR Staff Writer
Zhejiang Geely, the Chinese automaker that owns Volvo, has agreed to acquire Terrafugia, a US-based startup company working on the development of a flying car.
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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.
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Sales of new vehicles could slow, while miles traveled will increase: IHS Markit
IHS Markit has released a new study, which forecasts that there will be changes in the automotive sector due to disruptive technologies, government policies and new business models.
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