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Daimler and Bosch is launching self-driving taxi service in Silicon Valley in 2019

Two major names are gearing up to enter the self-driving car race. German automaker Daimler and automotive supplier Bosch announced plans to bring a self-driving taxi service to Silicon Valley in 2019. Both companies called the self-driving car plans a passenger shuttle service but did not provide specifics or details. It's unclear how many cars

Could Volvo get engines from Daimler?

There's a question - could Volvo get engines from Daimler which parental company is Mercedes-Benz? That is just one area of cooperation following the February deal that saw Li Shufu, the owner of Volvo parent company Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, buy a 9.7 percent in Daimler in a deal worth $9 billion. The information was

By | April 25th, 2018|Categories: News by Brand, Volvo|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

VW need to balance production in North America, to meet the Trumps big tax threats

Volkswagen facing problem after problem in U.S. market. After acceptance to pay more than $23 billion to cover its diesel-cheating scandal, the German car maker is facing the president Donald Trumps proposed border tax in amount of 35%, due to the biggest production on the continent is in Mexico, while in U.S. is limited. Nevertheless,

Nissan lays out plans for electrified, fatality-free future

Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn talked at CES 2017 and reveled the Nissan future as well as general automotive frame. Company intentions are to go into direction of zero emissions and zero fatalities, which including testing of vehicles with autonomous driving in Japan, pointing out upcoming Nissan Leaf. Important part of the Nissan future is also

Next generation Electric vehicles improves performances

Second wave electric vehicles promise technology acceptable for wide range of consumers; those cars are getting better, cheaper, longer lasting. It appears this is the highlight of this year Paris Motor show. Producers are trying to present its models as much attractive is possible. Renault for example has the message on the huge billboard: "Renault