Daimler is recalling hundreds of thousands of diesel-powered models over emissions issues.
The two German automakers’ joint venture will re-focus its energy on cities like New York and Washington, D.C., that have greater potential.
German startup Volocopter is looking to conduct a public test flight in Singapore in the coming months.
The German car maker said that they are not going to appeal the penalty, which also isn’t going to affect their Q3 earnings significantly.
The revisions should keep the Smart EQ Fortwo and Forfour relevant until new-gen models co-developed with Geely arrive in 2022.
Mercedes will manufacture its first EV, as well its first AMG performance model, for the first time in the People’s Republic.
Penske Truck Leasing and NFI Industries will use two electric trucks, while customer deliveries are scheduled for 2021.
The German authorities have discovered the illegal software in diesel-powered C-and E-Class models.
The move comes after Geely chairman Li Shufu bought a 9.63 percent stake in Daimler in 2018.
The “Mercedes-Benz of pickups” has seen disappointing sales and steep prices have a lot to do with that.
The two German giants will work together on driver assistance systems, automated driving and parking.
The recall affects the 2012-2015 GLK 220 powered by the 170PS, 2.2-liter diesel four.