The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly magazine is ready to view. The new edition looks why what makes Lamborghini so bullish about its first SUV, a product that marks a big shift for a company best known for building two-seat supercars.
Perhaps Lamborghini is so confident because it says the Urus will be the most powerful and fastest SUV ever built. The Urus, however, also presents Lamborghini with challenge. To add the car the Volkswagen Group subsidiary will need to double its vehicle production within two years.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi CEO Carlos Ghosn explained why he sees the alli- ance achieving significant synergies by co-developing vehicles, sharing pow- ertrains, stitching together supply chains and splitting the costs of advanced new technologies.
In 2019, Mini will launch an electric version of its iconic hatchback. The Mini E will arrive exactly 10 years after the BMW Group subsidiary started trials of the battery-powered model. Mini boss Peter Schwarzenbauer spoke with us about the British brand’s move into the new sector.