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Tesla, BMW Speculation Ratchets Up

Tesla, BMW Speculation “a carbon fibre EV powered by Tesla, manufactured by BMW would currently be the ultimate must-have vehicle” Speculation that Tesla Motors is cosying up to BMW gathered pace, with the latest talk concerning a link up concentrating on the U.S. company’s battery technology and the German’s expertise in carbon fibre. German weekly […]

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Europeans Reject Electric-Only Cars, But See Hybrid Case

“Electric car sales pace, far from growing, is slowing” Europeans Reject Electric-Only Cars, But See Hybrid Case Almost nobody in Europe wants to buy an electric car, but luckily for the manufacturers which need to sell alternative vehicles to meet harsh government regulations, there is a little bit more enthusiasm for hybrids. That’s the conclusion […]

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BMW Profits Accelerate But Investors Question Quality

“We continue to believe that BMW shares present a good combination of value and resilience in these uncertain times” BMW Profits Accelerate But Investors Question Quality As sales growth in China slows and Europe’s economic prospects get murkier, investors are worrying that despite impressive looking financial results German luxury car maker BMW may have trouble […]

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Renault Profit Hopes, Despite Russian Hangover

Renault profit hopes – New Models, Cost Cutting, Dacia Underline Positive Outlook. “good prospects for further profitability uptick that would narrow the margin gap with Renault’s global competitors” Renault’s share price has been on the slide this year, as befits the number one investor in Russia’s car industry, but investors are still impressed with the […]

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Self-Driving Cars Could Spell Doom For HS2

“self-driving cars will make it even less viable because they will change the way we look at travel time”. Autonomous cars, if and when they finally arrive, could spell doom for railways in general, and could render obsolete a British government project to spend up to about $80 billion to link London, England’s second biggest […]

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