• Electric performance for Volvo

    Volvo Cars has announced that Polestar, its performance car arm, is to become a new separately branded electrified global high-performance car company. In order to drive the development of the […]

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  • Kalanick steps down from Uber

    Uber boss Travis Kalanick has resigned as CEO after pressure shareholders. Five major investors wrote to Mr Kalanick saying that he must leave Uber immediately and that the company needed a […]

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  • Record results for automotive industry

    The UK automotive industry set a host of new records in 2016 in terms of productivity, economic contribution and environmental impact. This is according to new figures released today by […]

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  • JLR embarks on recruitment drive

    Jaguar Land Rover will increase its workforce by nearly 15% in the next year, according to reports. The company is planning to hire an extra 5,000 staff in the next 12 […]

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  • Toyota invests in mobility firm

    Toyota Financial Services (TFS) and Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Co Ltd (AD) have made a significant investment in the Finnish company, MaaS Global Ltd. MaaS Global Ltd was established in […]

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  • Tesla takes top two safety spots

    Tesla’s Model X can claim to be the safest SUV ever built after it became the first SUV to receive a full house of five-star crash ratings. The National Highway […]

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A carbon revolution

Deakin University and LeMond Composites have joined forces in a $58m deal which it believes will revolutionise the use of carbon fibre across the world. […]

EU fines lighting cartel

The European Union (EU) has fined car lighting system producers Automotive Lighting and Hella €27m for operating a cartel with Valeo. Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager […]

AGE expands to Sweden

Automotive Glass Europe has extended its European coverage to 16 countries with the appointment of a new partner in Sweden. Glaskedjan joins a European automotive […]

‘Prevention is better than cure’

Technology could halve unexpected breakdowns by 2020 according to telematics expert In-car Cleverness, as data increasingly helps fleets to identify malfunctions before they escalate. Harnessing […]