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General Motors plans to invest $1.3 billion to reopen its assembly plant in Oshawa, Ontario. The announcement came during a news conference on November 5th to discuss the tentative...
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Profits at Subaru Corp. surged 18-fold in the latest quarter as the automaker rebounded from a year-earlier period when earnings were hammered by warranty costs. The stronger results...
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Daimler and Volvo are forming a joint venture to develop and sell fuel cell systems. The focus is on heavy-duty trucks such as the Mercedes’ GenH2 concept and others. The automakers...
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Ford has announced that it expects to sell 100,000 cars and trucks equipped with the company’s new hands-free driving system in the first full year of availability. While the system...
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Waymo is partnering with Daimler Trucks to power big-rig lorries, as Alphabet’s driverless technology unit moves its technology beyond carrying passengers to hauling freight. John...
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The new small SUV’s Toyota Venza and Toyota RAV4 Prime qualify for 2020 Top Safety Pick Awards from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), when equipped with specific...
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A new virtual event series for Ford fleet customers, Ford Fleet Live, will allow customers to check out the newest Ford commercial vehicles, discover trends, get tools to improve their...
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General Motor’s autonomous vehicle unit, Cruise is seeking regulatory approval in the United States to deploy a limited number of Cruise Origin vehicles without steering wheels or...
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Ford plans to launch its self-driving commercial business in 2022 with vehicles based on the Ford Escape Hybrid crossover the company announced recently.  The vehicles are the...
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On the heels of the launch in the U.S. in March, Fleet Complete® is quickly expanding its integration with Ford Data Services to Canada. This integration brings a more feature-rich and...
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