Israel’s mission to become a major automotive industry player took a major step forward this year when Intel said it would pay 12.5 billion euros for Mobileye, a Jerusalem-based maker of autonomous vehicle technology.
Macedonia’s highway infrastructure is currently undergoing an 800 million euro upgrade that will add 170 km of new road.
Morocco officials hope to announce the name of a third global automaker to build an assembly plant there before the end of next year and the country is working to recruit a fourth major automaker plant.
Toyota’s rethink on making the Tacoma in Mexico instead of the Corolla is causing dozens of suppliers to come up with a Plan B.
Bosch has broken ground on a 779-million-yuan (100-million-euro) plant in the east China city of Nanjing to produce a new regenerative braking system for energy-saving vehicles that include hybrid and electric vehicles.
The industry has been suiting up for a new world of electric and autonomous vehicles for the past few years. But as auto sales soften, some executives are having a moment of angst.
The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly magazine goes live on Monday, August 7. The new edition looks at how surging sales of SUVs have altered demand in nearly every vehicle segment in Europe and why that will continue.
German carmakers are likely to stop developing new combustion engines in as little as six years as they focus investments in electric cars and self-driving technology, Continental said.
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A Cadillac ATS and a Chrysler 300 rolled into the parking lot of the Grand Traverse Resort for the CAR Management Briefing Seminars after a 300-mile trip across U.S. and Canadian roads.