PSA has started production of three-cylinder gasoline engines at its plant in Tychy, Poland.
The days of unlimited speeding on Germany's famously fast autobahns could be over if the government adopts a series of draft proposals on climate protection put forward by its committee on the future of transport.
The Jaguar I-Pace electric SUV was the best-selling car in the Netherlands in December as buyers scrambled to get ahead of a tax change for premium EVs. The figure was astonishing because of Jaguar's low profile in the market.
Bosch is making its single biggest investment to date at its semiconductor business. The $1.1 billion spend will enable a doubling of output of Bosch chips for the company's internal needs.
U.S. electric-car company Karma Automotive and Italian design and engineering firm Pininfarina are joining forces to accelerate development of luxury EVs.
Two months after the arrest of its chairman, Nissan is weighing abolishing the role altogether as it steps up reforms to rebuild its governance. Alliance partner Renault also is considering governance changes.
Audi plans to introduce a full-electric crossover about the size of its Q3 compact SUV as the brand fills out its lineup of electric vehicles in a bid to challenge Tesla, Bloomberg reported.
VW says it may offer European customers the chance to place a deposit on a new I.D. full-electric car in the first half, ahead of the model’s market launch in early 2020. Tesla introduced the concept of pre-bookings with the Model 3.
Geely plans to start producing Lotus cars in China for the first time with the opening of a new $1.3 billion factory, Reuters reported.
Fiat Chrysler unions at the automaker's Italian factories expect domestic production to continue to decline this year after a double-digit drop last year, largely because of slumping sales at Alfa Romeo and Maserati.
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