Jaguar Land Rover is seeking to trademark the shape of the Land Rover Defender amid attempts by billionaire owner of Ineos, Jim Ratcliffe, to release a similar vehicle. Mr Ratcliffe, who founded the privately owned chemicals giant, has vowed to create a “spiritual successor” to the Defender following its withdrawal from production in January 2016.
This is an experimental feature. Give us your feedback. Thank you for your feedback. AA shares fell almost 10 per cent on Tuesday after it announced a delay in IT upgrades and downgraded profit forecasts as new chief executive Simon Breakwell sought to instil stability on the breakdown cover business following a turbulent summer.
This is an experimental feature. Give us your feedback. Thank you for your feedback. Dyson is working on a premium electric car that it said would go on sale in 2020, as the British invention group enters the motor industry at a time of intense change and disruption. The company behind the Dyson vacuum cleaner and hand dryers has been working on electric battery technology for almost two decades.
Ghosn predicts driverless cars in mass market in 3-4 years "because the regulators have to accept a lot things that for the moment they are still studying".
That's more cautious than GM (and btw Uber), which predicts robo-taxis in operation in 2019.
Ghosn on driverless cars & partnerships, says Alibaba and Amazon are "interested in driverless cars".
Says he talks to partners twice a year, with other talks happening constantly.
"There is a lot of exchange between the auto companies and the tech companies".
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Selecting a term
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