GM's Brazil unit is in advanced talks with Sao Paulo state to receive tax incentives, the company told public officials and union representatives, a few days after telling workers in a memo that it was losing money in the country.
Fiat Chrysler's parts unit, Magneti Marelli, plans to create 106 jobs and invest $12.6 million at its regional headquarters north of Detroit.
TomTom is freeing up resources to compete with rivals such as Alphabet for access to mapping technology in-car dashboards.
LG Electronics is supplying Mercedes with a motion-detection system that can read a driver's gestures to control some automobile functions, sources said. BMW has already deployed a similar system in its 7 series using technology from Softkinetic Systems.
Chinese EV maker Arcfox will unveil a new SUV concept and updated version of its Arcfox-7 supercar at the Geneva auto show in March.
Skoda released a teaser image of the third SUV destined for its Europe lineup. It will join the Karoq and Kodiaq.
Automakers are now bracing for their most feared outcome: the UK leaving the EU on March 29 with no deal at all.
Nissan and Mitsubishi are weighing a civil suit seeking damages from Carlos Ghosn, who is still in jail two months after he was detained on accusations of financial crimes.
In 2016, Ford said it would largely pass over Level 3 autonomy, but now it's embracing a more gradual approach to fully autonomous vehicles.
The Tesla Model 3 could hurt European sales of the BMW 3 series and Mercedes C class by attracting customers of midsize premium sedans who are looking to switch to a battery-powered car from a gasoline or diesel vehicle. Tesla was given regulatory approval to sell the sedan in Europe.
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