Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa has resigned in the wake of a scandal over his compensation and over-payments. The Nissan Motor nominating committee met yesterday to discuss the matter after Saikawa privately indicated to some executives within
Kia Motors named former Infiniti design chief Karim Habib as a senior VP, heading the Korean automaker’s design center and presiding over the look of its vehicles.
Habib will join Kia at the start of October and will be based at Kia’s global design headquarters
Arnaud Deboeuf has left his role as a senior executive of the Renault-Nissan Alliance and been appointed industrial strategy director at French rival PSA Group.
Deboeuf, 27 years at Renault, was a close ally of former alliance boss Carlos Ghosn, serving
Marelli have entered a strategic partnership with China-based Shanghai Highly. Under the terms of the deal, Marelli has agreed an equity transfer agreement with Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning (JCH) to acquire equity interest in Shanghai
Human Horizons have entered a strategic coöperation agreement with Beijing Nebula Link Technology, for the development of V2X technology.
Human Horizons, who are behind a premium all-electric smart-automobile brand named HiPhi, have pioneered
Jaguar Land Rover are trialling an innovative recycling process to convert waste plastics into a new, premium-grade material that could feature on future vehicles.
Today, an unsettlingly large amount of plastic can’t be recycled for use in automotive
Oliver Zipse will assume the role of Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG effective on 16 August 2019. The company’s Supervisory Board made this decision last week during its meeting in Spartanburg, South Carolina (USA).
Ford and Volkswagen will share electric and autonomous car technologies, extending their alliance beyond commercial vehicles. Ford CEO Jim Hackett said in January that sharing EV and AV technologies is attractive for coöperation because of big
Canadian tech giant BlackBerry and Korea’s LG Electronics have expanded a longtime partnership in an effort to “accelerate the deployment of connected and autonomous vehicle technology” for automakers and suppliers.
As part of the agreement, LG
Jaguar Land Rover and BMW Group have announced they are joining forces to develop next generation Electric Drive Units (EDUs) in a move they say will support the advancement of electrification technologies in automotive.
The two say the joint investment