7 August 2020
7 August 2020
BMW Group reaffirms outlook for full year 2020

BMW Group reaffirms outlook for full year 2020

At the halfway stage, the BMW Group remains on course towards achieving its targets for the full year. After implementing controlled cutbacks at many of its plants in March as a response to the foreseeable drop in global demand, the Group initiated a coordinated restart of its production facilities in the second quarter.

AP Racing collaborates with BAC to optimise all-new Mono supercar

AP Racing collaborates with BAC to optimise all-new Mono supercar

World-renown performance brake and clutch system manufacturer, AP Racing, has partnered with BAC (Briggs Automotive Company) to develop the brand new generation of the BAC Mono supercar. The leading motorsport and OEM component supplier is providing specialist brake calipers and discs, both of which come as standard on the lightweight single-seater.

GEFCO to distribute Ford's new vehicles to authorised dealers in France

GEFCO to distribute Ford's new vehicles to authorised dealers in France

GEFCO France, a subsidiary of GEFCO Group, a world leader in multimodal supply-chain solutions and the European leader in automotive logistics, has been chosen to distribute new Ford vehicles to authorised dealers nationwide.

Olabisi Boyle joins Hyundai Motor America as the Vice President of Product Planning and Mobility Strategy

Olabisi Boyle joins Hyundai Motor America as the Vice President of Product Planning and Mobility Strategy

Hyundai Motor America is strengthening its leadership team with the addition of Olabisi Boyle as the Vice President of Product Planning and Mobility Strategy. Boyle will be responsible for guiding the strategic direction of Hyundai's US vehicle lineup, leading long- and short-range planning, and overseeing market research, business analytics and pricing.

LYRIQ Show Car Leads Cadillac Into Electric Future

LYRIQ Show Car Leads Cadillac Into Electric Future

The brand’s first all-electric vehicle introduces a new era in luxury, technology and zero-tailpipe-emissions performance

Continental puts its own supercomputer for vehicle AI system training into operation

Continental puts its own supercomputer for vehicle AI system training into operation

In order to develop innovative technologies even more efficiently and quickly, Continental has invested in setting up its own supercomputer for Artificial Intelligence (AI), powered by NVIDIA InfiniBand-connected DGX systems.

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