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GLOBAL automakers are slashing production forecasts, which will cost the world hundreds of thousands of cars in the coming months.
Deploying vast fleets of robocars has been much tougher than Tesla Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Waymo and others thought. One European startup is now pitching an intermediate step to full autonomy: teledriving.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bloomberg): The number of Covid-19 infections is surging in Malaysia, threatening to aggravate shortages of semiconductors and other components that have hammered automakers for months.
Asian shares rose on Monday as investor sentiment received a big boost from the rally last week on Wall Street, despite worries about the more contagious coronavirus delta variant not only in the region but across the world.
DETROIT: Nissan motor Co unveiled the latest generation of its "Z" sports car, which will come with a gasoline-fueled engine and a manual transmission, a throwback in a world that's moving toward electric sports cars.
BEIJING: France’s Renault SA said yesterday it is looking to revive business in China by forming a hybrid vehicle joint venture with Geely Holding Group, a year after it ended its previous operation in the world’s largest car market.
TOKYO: Nissan Motor Co is unveiling plans for a second car-battery factory in as many months, betting that demand for electric vehicles (EVs) will justify the investment in additional capacity.
TOKYO (Reuters) -A Tokyo court on Monday doled out the first sentences in Japan related to Carlos Ghosn's arrest and escape, imprisoning U.S. Army Special Forces veteran Michael Taylor for two years and his son Peter for one year and eight months for helping the former Nissan Motor Co Ltd chairman flee to Lebanon in 2019.
(Reuters) - Britain's automotive industry called for a binding target for the country to achieve 60 gigawatt hours (GWh) of battery capacity by 2030 or risk losing tens of thousands of jobs.
TOKYO (Reuters) -U.S. Army Special Forces veteran Michael Taylor and his son Peter told a Tokyo court on Tuesday that they regretted helping former Nissan Motor Co Ltd chairman Carlos Ghosn flee Japan, where he faced trial for alleged financial crimes.