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International Truck announces industry leading uptime warranty packages for vocational trucks

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International Truck today announced three compelling plans to deliver on its Uptime pledge to vocational truck customers. These include the extension of the International® A26 Customer Uptime Assurance Program for vocational models, a new, best-in-class Vocational Confidence Warranty Package and the International® A26 Barrel Protection Plan for the International® HX® Series and International® HV™ Series ...

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Groupe PSA Chooses Atlanta for its North American Headquarters

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Groupe PSA has chosen to establish its new North American headquarters in Atlanta, Fulton County. The headquarters will be operational by February 2018. A core team has already been set up to build the strategy and steer its execution. The decision to locate in Atlanta came after a yearlong, nationwide ...

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HELLA produces its 20 millionth Electrical Power Steering ECU

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Ever-stricter regulations for reducing CO2 emissions require fuel-efficient products, whilst autonomous driving demands reliable and precise steering systems. Lighting and electronics expert HELLA, produces electronic control units (ECU) for electrical power steering (EPS) to support and promote these objectives, as they allow needs-based steering assistance, by means of an electronically ...

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Daimler Hackathon: innovative ideas from India

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More than 50 programming and car enthusiastic “hacker” participated at the Daimler hackathon in Bangalore and developed digital prototypes associated with Daimler’s strategic focus CASE. CASE stands for connected, autonomous, shared & service and electric drive. In total, more than 350 teams from India applied for the hackathon. The top ...

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Tesla announces new long-term performance award for Elon Musk

Tesla today announced a new 10-year CEO performance award for Elon Musk with vesting entirely contingent on achieving market cap and operational milestones that would make Tesla one of the most valuable companies in the world. In order to fully vest, Tesla’s market cap would have to grow to $650 billion (an increase of almost $600 billion), and ...

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Volvo Trucks will start selling electric trucks 2019

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In 2019 Volvo Trucks will start selling electric medium-duty trucks in Europe, and the first units will be put into operation together with a few selected reference customers already this year. “Electromobility is fully in line with Volvo Truck’s long term commitment for sustainable urban development and zero emissions”, says ...

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