BEIRUT — Carlos Ghosn is helping everyone who stood by him, he said in an interview broadcast on Saturday, though he declined to comment on cases of people accused of helping him flee to Lebanon from Japan. Ghosn, the ex-chairman of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance was arrested in Japan in late 2018 on charges of underreporting
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TOKYO — Toyota Motor Corp. will deploy its most advanced automated driving system to date in a freshened Lexus LS sedan later this year, pitching the setup as a lidar-based Level 2 system that can automatically change lanes and pass other vehicles in highway driving. The rollout furthers Toyota’s bid to catch competitors, especially in
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Jeep said it would introduce a diesel-powered version of the Gladiator this year, and despite the world’s state of affairs, the automaker is keeping its word. The 2021 Jeep Gladiator diesel will hit dealerships in the third quarter of the year, and Jeep is now taking orders. As previously reported, the truck’s turbocharged 3.0-liter diesel
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CITROEN E-C4 ” data-medium-file=”https://i1.wp.com/driveev.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/CL20.019.003.jpg?fit=3496%2C1796&ssl=1″ data-large-file=”https://i1.wp.com/driveev.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/CL20.019.003.jpg?fit=3496%2C1796&ssl=1″> During a wholly online reveal the all-new, all electric  Citroen e-C4 was launched to an expectant sea of journalists.  Focussing on technology and design to create car that hopes to live up to the Citroen legend. Over the last 5 years Citroen have repositioned themselves to provide innovative, comfortable and
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Data sets that auto lenders typically use to determine who is creditworthy have been upended by the fallout of the coronavirus, consumer credit experts say. As a result, lenders concerned with loan losses and fraud have clamped down on access for customers they believe pose more risk to their business. Subprime customers, with credit scores
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U.S. luxury auto sales stirred to consciousness last month after having been KO’d by the coronavirus pandemic early this spring. While results for the April-June quarter look grim, with the segment tumbling 31 percent from a year ago, June heralded a brisk bounce back from the global economic crisis. The segment sustained only a 5.5
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  InsideEVs is proud to present the fourteenth episode of its weekly podcast. Available on the InsideEVs YouTube channel and all the best podcast platforms – Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, iHeart Radio, and Tune In  – the show covers the top stories and issues of the week with insight added by our special guests. This edition is hosted by InsideEVs editor and InsideEVs Forum moderator, Domenick Yoney. He is
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Europe’s car market is performing better than expected as the region emerges from lockdowns imposed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Kia Europe Chief Operating Officer Emilio Herrera said. June was the first full month in which car buyers were able to return to showrooms across Europe and the results gave automakers hope for
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Ford Motor Co. has committed to achieving global carbon neutrality. It’s an ambitious goal for such a large-scale manufacturer, but it’s also a safe bet that hardly anyone who works for Ford today will still be on the job to see if it happens. The automaker said in its 21st annual Sustainability Report that it
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