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Car hacking: manufacturers must improve security following Jeep hack

Car manufacturers should reconsider how quickly they bring new technology to market, according to the Institute of Electric and Electronics Engineers

4 August 2015
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Renault working on hybrid power for its hot road cars

Renault's performance arm is open to the idea of using hybrid tech to enhance its next generation of road cars

3 August 2015
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HERE drives in-car systems as well as stand-alone smartphone apps

Audi, Mercedes-Benz and BMW buy Nokia's maps

German car brands pay £1.9bn for HERE, which powers more than 80% of all in-car navigation systems

3 August 2015
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Spyker has exited its financial restructuring process
Spyker has exited its financial restructuring process

Spyker exits restructuring process and announces electric car plans

Dutch sports car firm says it is now debt-free and pressing ahead with merger with an Oregon-based electric aircraft company

30 July 2015
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Volkswagen topples Toyota as the world's largest car maker

Volkswagen Group leads global car sales in the first six months of this year, overtaking Toyota as the world's largest car maker

28 July 2015
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80% of Ferrari NV shares will be distributed to existing Fiat Chrysler shareholders

Ferrari to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange

New company will be called Ferrari NV and could be valued at up to £8 billion

23 July 2015
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Shell and PayPal launch smartphone payments for fuel

Shell Motorist app is now available for iOS and Android phones, with Shell planning to use the technology at the majority of its 1000 UK fuel stations

23 July 2015
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London Mayor launches new ultra-low emissions plan

'Delivery plan' is designed to prepare road users for London's new ULEZ, which will be introduced in 2020

22 July 2015
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A day in the life of Aston Martin boss Andy Palmer

Andy Palmer is relishing his role as Aston Martin CEO. We shadow him for a day at the office

18 July 2015
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Amedeo Felisa is rumoured to have resigned as CEO of Ferrari

Ferrari boss Amedeo Felisa is reported to have resigned

Unconfirmed reports in the Italian press suggest that Amedeo Felisa, chief executive at Maranello, has quit the post he has held since 2008

16 July 2015
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