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Nissan plans to sell one million electric vehicles by 2022
By ABR Staff Writer
Japanese automaker Nissan has revealed its plans to produce one million electrified vehicles by financial year 2022 in order to expand and evolve autonomous driving systems, and speed-up vehicle connectivity.
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Baidu secures approval to test autonomous driving vehicles in Beijing
Chinese multinational technology firm Baidu has secured first batch of licenses to carry out road tests for autonomous vehicles in Beijing.
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Jaguar Land Rover to use BlackBerry software in next-generation vehicles
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UK carmaker Jaguar Land Rover will use BlackBerry's QNX and Certicom technology in its next-generation vehicles.
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Ford adds driver assist technology to 2019 Fusion sedan
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The 2019 Fusion sedan is the first vehicle globally to get Ford's new Co-Pilot360 suite of driver assistance technology.
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Deloitte study says 49% of UK consumers believe autonomous vehicles will not be safe
In its 2018 Global Automotive Consumer Study, Deloitte revealed that consumers are increasingly confident about the safety of autonomous vehicles.
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Kia Motors releases first images of new luxury sedan
Kia Motors has revealed the first look of its all new luxury sedan K900, which will make its world debut at the New York International Auto Show later on March 28.
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Volkswagen to invest $340m in Tennessee factory to build new Atlas variant
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Volkswagen of America said that it will build a new five-passenger Atlas SUV at its Chattanooga plant in Tennessee.
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GM to build production versions of Cruise AV at Michigan assembly plant
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General Motors (GM) said that it will build production versions of its Cruise AV fully-autonomous vehicle at its Orion Township assembly facility in Michigan, US,
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Mercedes-Benz USA opens new headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia
Mercedes Benz USA (MBUSA) has opened a new headquarters in Sandy Springs, Atlanta, Georgia.
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Mercedes-Benz extends battery production to Thailand
Mercedes-Benz Cars is investing more than €100m in a battery factory in Thailand.
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Magna, Lyft partner to develop self-driving systems
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Canadian global automotive supplier Magna and US ridesharing firm Lyft have partnered to jointly fund, develop, and manufacture self-driving systems.
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TomTom's real-time EV service now available in North America
TomTom's electric vehicle (EV) service, designed to help drivers make informed decisions about when and where to charge their vehicles, has arrived in North America.
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Airspan Networks to play lead role in AutoAir consortium
Airspan Networks said that it will play lead role in AutoAir consortium, a neutral host based small cell solution for transportation networks in the UK.
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Volkswagen plans to launch one EV every month from 2019
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Volkswagen said it will launch a new electric vehicle (EV) virtually every month from 2019, as the company seeks to expand production of Evs globally on a massive scale.
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Groupe PSA to set up vehicle assembly facility in Namibia
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French automaker Groupe PSA will build Peugeot and Opel vehicles in Walvis Bay, Namibia, in 2018.
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