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Honda And Hitachi Team-Up For Electric Motor Production

MON, 13 FEB, 2017

Two Japanese giants – Hitachi and Honda – have announced the formation of a new joint venture company to develop and produce electric m...

Suzuki Toyota Partnership Locked In

MON, 13 FEB, 2017

The partnership between Japanese carmakers Toyota and Suzuki is firming, with the pair further committing to jointly-develop key technologies in th...

BP Buys Up Woolworths Fuel Sites For $1.8 Billion

WED, 28 DEC, 2016

Perhaps the lesser of the four major fuel players in the Australia retail fuel market, BP could be about to leap its way to the top.

BMW Partners With 40 Westfield Shopping Centres For Electric Vehicle Charging

WED, 14 DEC, 2016

A major breakthrough for BMW’s all-electric ‘i’ sub-brand has been announced with confirmation of 40 charging stations being...

Samsung Snaps Up Harman - Looks To Strengthen Automotive Tech

TUE, 15 NOV, 2016

Samsung’s fiery phone fiasco may have cost the tech giant many millions, but the company still has enough cash in the bank to acquire Harman ...

JLR Teams Up With Ford And Tata To Test Connected Vehicle Technology

TUE, 25 OCT, 2016

Jaguar Land Rover will join two other carmakers in a wide-reaching test of connected vehicle technologies, concentrating on three areas of research.

Apple Car Appears Doomed As Workers Shown The Door

TUE, 18 OCT, 2016

Rumours of the demise of the Apple Car project are growing stronger by the day, as the global tech giant appears certain to pull the pin.

Samsung May Pull The Plug On Deal With Fiat Chrysler

TUE, 18 OCT, 2016

The current crisis with the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone is so hot that Samsung’s planned deal with Fiat Chrysler may be in jeopardy.

Toyota And Suzuki Join Forces With New R&D Partnership

MON, 17 OCT, 2016

Toyota and Suzuki have announced an R&D partnership focusing on environmental, safety and IT technology.

Renault-Nissan Partners With Microsoft For Future Connected Driving Technologies

WED, 28 SEP, 2016

The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Microsoft have signed a multi-year agreement centred on next-generation connected driving technology.

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