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  • Pininfarina To Launch AutonoMIA

    A leader in automotive design and engineering, the Turin-based company further expands its offering to automotive customers through the conception, design and realization of User Experiences, in the form of a highly responsive, multi-sensorial on-board experience demonstrator, named AutonoMIA. AutonoMIA is an immersive exploration of how technology, from AI to 5G, from display to haptics, from sensors to…

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  • JLR Deploy Vehicles Globally To Support Emergency Response

    Jaguar and Land Rover have now deployed 362 vehicles globally to support charitable organisations and front-line workers tackling the spread of coronavirus. Most recently, a fleet of 15 Jaguars has been supplied to support the Help NHS Heroes campaign – a nationwide effort delivering vital supplies to NHS staff. Boxes…

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  • Mercedes-Benz Car Plants Successfully Resume Production

    After a phase of suspension of production and short-time work caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mercedes-Benz car plants in Untertürkheim, Berlin, Hamburg, Sindelfingen and Bremen have successfully restarted production. On 20 April the engine and component plants in Untertürkheim, Hamburg and Berlin gradually recommenced production first, followed by the…

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  • The New Audi A3 Sedan

    The second generation of an Audi success story is here: the all-new A3 Sedan. The compact four-door model is digitally and fully connected, from the infotainment through to the assist systems. Beneath the elegant body, new drives and refined suspension tuning ensure a driving experience that is as efficient as it is…

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  • Genesis Reveals New G80

    Genesis today unveiled the all-new G80 to online audiences via a series of design renderings. The all-new G80 is the third-generation model which leads Genesis in the luxury market as a mid-sized, executive luxury sedan. “The Genesis design DNA begins from the logo itself,” said Luc Donckerwolke, Executive Vice President,…

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  • GM Shuts Holden In ANZ, Chevrolet In Thailand

    GM announced today that it would wind down sales, design and engineering operations in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) and retire the Holden brand by 2021. The company will focus its strategies for the ANZ market on the GM specialty vehicle business. The company also announced that it had signed…

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  • Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Mong-Koo Chung Inducted Into Automotive Hall of Fame

    Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Mong-Koo Chung will be inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame, the industry’s top honour, in the class of 2020. Chung will be the first Korean inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame, which was established in 1939 and has honoured nearly 800 business leaders from…

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  • Renault Appoints New CEO

    Following the selection process led by the Governance and Compensation Committee, the Board of Directors, meeting today under the chairmanship of Jean-Dominique Senard, made the decision to appoint Luca de Meo as Chief Executive Officer of Renault S.A., and Chairman of Renault s.a.s., effective July 1, 2020. The Board of…

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  • Jaguar Land Rover’s New Shape-Shifting Seat Of The Future

    Jaguar Land Rover is developing the seat of the future – a pioneering shape-shifting system designed to improve customer wellbeing by tackling the health risks of sitting down for too long. The ‘morphable’ seat, being trialled by Jaguar Land Rover’s Body Interiors Research division, uses a series of actuators in…

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  • Audi And Cromodora Make Agreement For Wheel Plant

    Working together in new ways: Audi and the wheel manufacturer Cromodora have made an agreement for an especially long-term cooperative undertaking that will last for up to ten years. Cromodora will build a new wheel plant in Eastern Europe exclusively for Audi and the Volkswagen Group. Production, scheduled to begin…

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