Fiat Chrysler Automobiles submitted a proposal Monday to merge with French automaker Renault in a multibillion-dollar deal that could create the world's third-largest automaker by volume. The equity offer would merge the automakers equally and combine complementary vehicle lineups into a giant that could produce nearly 9 million cars each year.
More than 12,000 2019 Hyundai Velosters have been recalled to fix door latches that could open in the event of a crash.
Lyft passengers can now dial 911 directly from the ride-sharing company's smartphone application.
Teaser for Ferrari hybrid supercar debuting on May 29
From Motor Authority:
Ferrari is set to launch a new hybrid supercar, and the automaker has released the first teaser photo showing the tail of the car. The teaser also confirms a reveal for May 29, meaning the wait isn't long now.
Add Airbus as one of dozens of companies working to bring autonomous flying taxis to life. The European aeronautics company has been working on its prototype Vahana autonomous drone for awhile now, but on Monday the firm revealed the first pictures of the vehicle's cockpit.
BMW used the past weekend's Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este in Italy to present a re-creation of a concept car that went missing shortly after its debut at the 1970 Geneva International Motor Show.
Byton M-Byte - winter testing, Inner Mongolia
From Green Car Reports:
Not too long ago, Byton was another longshot electric vehicle maker with some good ideas. But it’s already outlasted its early hype bubble and is looking increasingly likely to deliver a large, spacious, long-range all-electric SUV with a new kind of interface, at a starting price of $45,000.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles proposed a merger Monday with French automaker Renault that would result in one of the world's largest automakers by volume as well as one of the most diverse.
To get and keep more used cars in its service area, a community utility provider in California's San Mateo County is offering its own $4,000 incentive for qualifying buyers of used plug-in cars, the company announced at the "Future of Clean Transportation" event last week.