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Report: Apple in talks to buy McLaren, possible full takeover

Apple [NSDQ:AAPL] has approached McLaren Technology Group over a potential sale of part or all of the company, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday. The deal could be worth as much as £1.5 billion (approximately $1.94 billion), people familiar with the matter told the British... read more

September 21, 2016 by
 
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Aston Martin starts hiring for SUV

Aston Martin’s new plant in St Athan, Wales will be up and running in 2020. The automaker will initially use the plant to build an SUV and later add production of two... read more September 14, 2016 by


 
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Maker of Peugeot and Citroën cars confirms LA car-sharing service

PSA Group CEO Carlos Tavares on Monday confirmed the French auto giant will launch a car-sharing service in Los Angeles and possibly more cities in the United States. PSA... read more September 13, 2016 by


 
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America’s Liberty Media finalizes $8 billion deal to buy F1

Huge changes are taking place behind the scenes in Formula One. American media giant Liberty Media on Wednesday finalized a deal to wrest control of the commercial aspects of... read more September 7, 2016 by


 
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Control of F1 poised to be sold to America’s Liberty Media

American media giant Liberty Media is reportedly close to completing a deal to wrest control of the commercial aspects of Formula One. Citing people familiar with the matter... read more September 6, 2016 by


 
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Italdesign founder to help shape China’s Techrules supercar

At March’s 2016 Geneva auto show, a Chinese firm by the name of Techrules rolled out a supercar concept driven by an extended-range electric powertrain where the... read more August 29, 2016 by


 
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nuTonomy beats Uber, Google to fully autonomous ride-sharing

Singapore on Thursday became the first country in the world with a fully autonomous ride-sharing service offered to the public. The service is being run on a trial basis by... read more August 25, 2016 by


 
John Paul Gregory is the new Head of Exterior Design for Bentley

Bentley appoints new Head of Exterior Design

Bentley coupes, sedans, and, yes, even SUVs could have some refreshed styling on the outside in the coming years thanks to a management shakeup. The high-end British luxury... read more August 23, 2016 by


 
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Uber buys autonomous truck startup Otto

Ride-sharing giant Uber sees a future where it not only has a fleet of self-driving cars offering rides to the public, but also self-driving trucks transporting goods on the... read more August 19, 2016 by


 
Uber’s Volvo XC90 autonomous car prototype

Volvo and Uber partner to develop autonomous cars

Volvo and ride-sharing giant Uber have announced plans to join forces in the area of autonomous driving technology. Similar to the deal between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles... read more August 18, 2016 by


 
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Chinese tech giant LeEco confirms car plant

After wowing audiences in April with the unveiling of its LeSee concept car at the 2016 Beijing auto show, Chinese tech giant LeEco appears to be moving ahead with plans to... read more August 12, 2016 by


 
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Karma to build cars in China, including Atlantic small sedan

It was only yesterday that we reported on the plans of Karma, an automaker owned by Chinese auto parts giant Wanxiang and born out of the remains of bankrupt Fisker... read more August 9, 2016 by


 
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Mimicking Tesla, Karma to sell cars through company-owned stores

Karma, the company born out of the remains of bankrupt automaker Fisker Automotive, hopes to be selling its updated version of the Fisker Karma by the end of 2016. The... read more August 8, 2016 by


 
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Report: Jaguar Land Rover going back to BMW engines

Remember when BMW owned Land Rover and put BMW V-8s under the hoods of Range Rovers? History might repeat itself. According to Automobile, a deal is in the works between BMW... read more August 3, 2016 by


 
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VW is world’s biggest automaker for first half of 2016, but woes keep piling

Despite the fallout from its diesel emissions cheating scandal, the Volkswagen Group has managed to take the lead in global sales for the first six months of 2016. The German... read more August 3, 2016 by


 
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Mini design boss Anders Warming moves to Borgward

Danish designer Anders Warming has left the BMW Group where he worked for the past 16 years to join fellow German automaker Borgward. Borgward went out of business more than... read more August 2, 2016 by


 
 

 
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