AutoComplete: NHTSA is investigating another massive airbag recall
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Takata isn't the only airbag company in hot water anymore as NHTSA deepens its investigation into T. R. W. now subsidiary a ZF.
of reports of 12.3 million potentially defective airbag unit.
These TRW airbags can be found in vehicles from manufacturers like Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mitsubishi, and Toyota.
According to NTSA the issue with TRW airbags is that they may not go off when they're supposed to in the event of a crash.
Waymo announced back in January that it was looking for a facility in Michigan in which it could set up shop.
To convert regular road cars into autonomous vehicles.
At that time, it wasn't totally clear where in Michigan this was gonna happen, but now we know that it'll be in the old American Axle plant in Detroit.
The whole operation could be up and running as early as mid-2019.
UPS has decided to buddy up with Toyota on its project portal hydrogen semi truck program, by offering to take on three of the trucks for its operations.
Toyota is one of the leading developers of hydrogen fuel cell technology and for project portal it teamed up with Kinworth to make a short range semi-truck to be used in and around port areas.
The first ten trucks will see service in Los Angeles, starting sometime around the end of 2019.
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