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First serial production 2017 Acura NSX starts at Ohio manufacturing center
By ABR Staff Writer
Acura announced the first serial production 2017 Acura NSX at the new Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC) in Marysville, Ohio.
Green Technology > Green Vehicles > News
GKN lintroduces electric all-wheel drive technology on global vehicle platform
By ABR Staff Writer
A series of new C-Segment vehicles will offer consumers the option of adding plug-in electric all-wheel drive using GKN Driveline's latest electric axle drive (eAxle) technology.
Green Technology > Green Powertrain > News
Volkswagen invests $300m in ride-hailing startup Gett
By ABR Staff Writer
German automaker Volkswagen has invested $300m in Israeli ride hailing provider, Gett, which competes with Uber, Lyft, and Didi Chuxing.
Supply Chain > Fleet Management > News
Novelis commissions $120m automotive finishing line in Oswego, New York
By ABR Staff Writer
Novelis has commissioned its third automotive finishing line in Oswego, New York, US.
Green Technology > Green Vehicles > News
Zhejiang Yinlun Machinery acquires Thermal Dynamics
By ABR Staff Writer
Thermal Dynamics International has been acquired by Zhejiang Yinlun Machinery Co. Ltd., Tiantai, Zhejiang, China.
Automotive > Parts, Tires and Aftermarket > News
Bridgestone Americas sells Venezuela operations to Corimon Group
By ABR Staff Writer
Bridgestone Americas has signed an agreement to sell its business in Venezuela, Bridgestone Firestone Venezolana C.A. (BFVZ), to the Corimon Group.
Parts, Tires and Aftermarket > Tires > News
Standard Motor Products to buy General Cable's automotive ignition wire business
By ABR Staff Writer
Standard Motor Products has signed a definitive agreement to acquire General Cable Corporation's automotive ignition wire business for approximately $71m, subject to post-closing adjustments.
Electrical Products > Ignition Systems and Parts > News
Toyota recalls 1.6 million additional vehicles in US over Takata air bag issue
By ABR Staff Writer
Toyota is recalling nearly 1.6 million additional vehicles in the US involving Takata front passenger air bag inflators.
Electrical Products > Security Systems > News
California zero emissions demonstration project includes new diesel technology
By ABR Staff Writer
New diesel technology will be part of a $23.6m zero-emission transportation test program in California for emerging commercial vehicle technologies designed to reduce greenhouse gases, smog, and petroleum usage in ports and rail yards along busy freight corridors.
Green Technology > Green Powertrain > News
Baidu selects Inspur's NF5568M4 server to support driverless cars development
By ABR Staff Writer
Baidu has selected Inspur's NF5568M4 server to provide hardware support for the deep learning platform of its driverless car.
Design & Production > Design & Development > News
Toyota Motor, DEKA Research and Development join forces to develop mobility solutions for disabled community
By ABR Staff Writer
Toyota Motor North America is joining forces with DEKA Research and Development, the company founded by legendary inventor Dean Kamen, to support mobility solutions for the disabled community.
Design & Production > Design & Development > News
Nissan Joint Research Center for Intelligent Mobility at Tsinghua University opens in Beijing
By ABR Staff Writer
Nissan Motor's Joint Research Center for Intelligent Mobility and Tsinghua University (Department of Automotive Engineering) announced a collaboration in Beijing.
Green Technology > Green Powertrain > News
Google patents pedestrian flypaper to reduce self-driving car accidents
By ABR Staff Writer
Technolgy giant Google has patented a flypaper-like coating to protect pedestrians in self-driving car accidents.
Design & Production > Design & Development > News
GM's Maven completes one million miles while Boston Chicago and Washington DC get added
By ABR Staff Writer
General Motors' personal mobility brand, Maven has grown in five markets including New York City, Ann Arbor, Michigan and now, it will be expanding to Boston, Chicago and Washington DC.
Supply Chain > Fleet Management > News
Daimler to recall vehicles in US and Canada as precaution following Takata airbag issue
By ABR Staff Writer
Daimler is making arrangements to recall its vehicles with Takata airbags in US and Canada on precautionary basis.
Electrical Products > Security Systems > News
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