AutoComplete: Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn has been arrested
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Chairman of the renowned Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance Carlos Ghosn been arrested in Japan after a month-long investigation into financial irregularities stemming from his and fellow board member Greg Kelly's reporting of income.
The boards of both Nissan and Mitsubishi will vote to oust Ghosn while Renault has only stated that it plans to convene a meeting.
Ford recently applied for a patent that would put the lidar sensors used for autonomous driving into a vehicle's side mirrors, which is, frankly, kind of brilliant And we wonder why nobody else thought of it.
The inside of a power mirror has all kinds of room in it, and light [UNKNOWN] sensors aren't that big.
Here's hoping that ideas like this catch on, and an autonomous future won't mean being stuck with fleets of ughmobiles.
Lamborghini is no stranger to one make racing series, having created the super [UNKNOWN] cup for the Gallardo and eventually, the Huracan.
Not one's quick to shoot down weird ideas either.
We're looking at you [UNKNOWN].
The folks from Santigada are setting up a series for the new Urus SUV and its cooked up a racing version concept of the big eight cylinder powered family truckster which it's calling the STX.
This car promises to be 25% lighter than the road going car so not bad.
The series should debut in 2020.
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