Hyundai teases concept EV for Frankfurt
The concept's angular concept, shown in a teaser image, is inspired by looking back at the company's design in the 1970s, Hyundai said.
DoorDash acquires autonomous tech company Scotty Labs
"Our core belief at Scotty has always been that Autonomy + Remote Assistance will be the future of logistics," Scotty Labs CEO Tobenna Arodiogbu wrote on Medium.
Ford supplier touts engine shroud's noise reduction in Explorer
Continental Structural Plastics, the Japanese-owned composites supplier, is manufacturing the Ford Explorer's engine shroud at its plant near the Ohio-Pennsylvania border.
Goldman Sachs explores sale of service contract unit Safe-Guard, report says
Goldman Sachs is working with advisers on an auction for Safe-Guard, though there is no certainty a deal will be reached, sources told Reuters.
Audi to slot high-powered RS 6 Avant wagon in U.S. lineup
The redesigned wagon, on sale in North America next year, boasts a 591 hp twin-turbo powered V-8 engine mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel-drive, producing 590 pounds-feet of torque.
Trump criticizes Ford for backing Calif. mpg plan
Last month, Ford, Honda, BMW and Volkswagen reached a voluntary agreement with California on fuel efficiency rules, defying Trump and his administration's effort to strip the state of the right to fight climate change by setting its own standards.
Waymo opens AV sensor data for researchers
The data set being released is intended to help university and private researchers make advancements in self-driving technology.
Geely posts 40% drop in first-half profit, sees uncertain demand
Earnings were hit by a sustained downturn in the Chinese market combined with costly measures to reduce dealers' inventories ahead of new emissions standards.
Porsche invests in Israeli road visibility startup TriEye
Porsche sees "great potential" for driver assistance and autonomous driving functions in TriEye's sensor technology that enables vision in adverse weather and at night.
Nissan-Infiniti outage left U.S. dealers in the dark; some systems resume
A power outage on Saturday at a Nissan North America data center in Denver had shut down a critical communications system that Nissan and Infiniti dealers use to order cars and parts, obtain product rebate information, monitor recalls and file warranty claims. Nissan said some systems were being restored on Wednesday.