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LONDON: Britain’s finance minister, Rishi Sunak, has authorised a plan to save strategically important companies in exceptional circumstances, the Financial Times reported, citing details shared with the newspaper by the Treasury.
Do automakers investing billions in the self-driving cars of tomorrow risk repeating the same mistake they made with electric cars a decade ago?
Instead of reinforcing the notion that automotive brands must be present at the customary trade events, the coronavirus looks to be proving the opposite.
On Feb 18, Jaguar Land Rover unveiled Project Vector, a four-metre-long electric concept vehicle designed to autonomously transport people, goods, and services around the urban mobility network of the future.
The deadly coronavirus outbreak in China could start to disrupt India's production of smartphones if it continues to spread in February, as it could delay component shipments.
MUMBAI: India’s Tata Group is making its biggest push yet towards clean vehicles with plans to make electric cars and batteries, set up charging stations and build a battery recycling plant, senior executives said on Tuesday
With an ambition to reduce the health risks related to sitting down for too long, Jaguar Land Rover is developing a shape-shifting chair to "make your brain think you're walking".
New Delhi: Tata Group scored a temporary victory in a corporate feud after the nation’s top court said an ousted chairman can’t return to his old job, a move that promises to reduce the legal distractions threatening to stunt growth at the US$111bil conglomerate.
MUMBAI: Cyrus Mistry (pic), the former head of Tata Sons Ltd, said on Sunday (Jan 5) that he will not seek to return as chairman of India’s biggest conglomerate despite winning a court case against his ouster. The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, last month, also ordered Mistry to be reinstated as director of Tata companies.
It might seem a minor bugbear, but Jaguar Land Rover says many owners use their Defender to transport dogs, and the left-behind scratches are an unsightly annoyance.