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Bridgestone to invest $164m to expand its Wilson plant in US
By ABR Staff Writer
Bridgestone has announced that it will invest $164m over a period of five years to expand its passenger tire manufacturing plant in Wilson, North Carolina.
Parts, Tires and Aftermarket > Tires > News
INRIX acquires OpenCar to challenge Apple and Google
By ABR Staff Writer
INRIX announced that it had acquired OpenCar, a U.S.-based automotive software and services provider.
Technology > Automobile Technology > News
Volvo calls automotive industry to standardise electric car charging
By ABR Staff Writer
Volvo says that a standardised charging infrastructure for electric cars must be introduced by the global automotive industry.
Green Technology > Green Powertrain > News
Toyota ropes in Jaybridge Robotics to strengthen its autonomous car development
By ABR Staff Writer
Toyota announced that it has hired Jaybridge Robotics engineering team in order to strengthen its autonomous vehicle development effort.
Design & Production > Design & Development > News
Volkswagen announces 2016 Beetle Convertible Denim Special Edition pricing
By ABR Staff Writer
Volkswagen America announced the pricing of the 2016 Beetle Convertible 1.8T Denim limited edition.
Technology > Automobile Technology > News
Singer Vehicle Design presents bespoke vehicls at Amelia Island and the Palm Event
By ABR Staff Writer
Singer Vehicle Design joins the collectible world at the annual Concours season at Florida showcases - the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance and the Palm Event.
Technology > Automobile Technology > News
Volvo CEO calls on automotive industry to work together for autonomous driving
By ABR Staff Writer
Volvo CEO Håkan Samuelsson has called whole auto industry, technology industry, academia and socio-political systems to come together in the development of autonomous or self-driving vehicle for its faster introduction.
Technology > Automobile Technology > News
Opel breaks ground on €11m expansion of design center in Germany
By ABR Staff Writer
German automotive company Opel has broken ground on the €11m expansion of its Design Center of the Rüsselsheim headquarters.
Technology > Automobile Technology > News
Continental and Mitsubishi sign MOU to develop carbon fiber components for auto industry
By ABR Staff Writer
Continental Structural Plastics (CSP) has announced it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Mitsubishi Rayon (MRC) regarding the development and manufacturing of innovative carbon fiber structural components for the automotive industry in North America.
Technology > Automobile Technology > News
Genuine Parts Company completes automotive and industrial acquisitions
By ABR Staff Writer
Genuine Parts Company has announced that is has completed one automotive acquisition and two industrial acquisitions, effective March 1, 2016.
Automotive > Parts, Tires and Aftermarket > News
Standard Motor Products releases 197 new parts
By ABR Staff Writer
Standard Motor Products has announced the addition of 197 new part numbers to its Standard, Intermotor lines.
Parts, Tires and Aftermarket > Electrical Products > News
Lawson Products acquires Perfect Products Company of Michigan
By ABR Staff Writer
Lawson Products announced that it has acquired Perfect Products Company of Michigan. The transaction closed on March 7, 2016.
Automotive > Parts, Tires and Aftermarket > News
FCA says 2017 Chrysler Pacifica gives better fuel economy
By ABR Staff Writer
Fiat Chrysler has announced that its 2017 Chrysler Pacifica offers better fuel efficiency with 28-mpg on highways.
Design & Production > Design & Development > News
Nissan to produce semi-autonomous Qashqai at Sunderland plant in UK
By ABR Staff Writer
Nissan has announced that it will produce Qashqai crossover with semi-autonomous driving technology at its Sunderland plant in the UK.
Design & Production > Design & Development > News
Toyota to develop wearable mobility devices for visually impaired
By ABR Staff Writer
Toyota is working to develop wearable devices for blind and visually impaired that can help them do more with greater freedom, independence and confidence. The project is called BLAID.
Technology > Automobile Technology > News
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