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Scoot plans to launch in new markets in 2017.

San Fransisco's electric scooter service add to its network while celebrating a million electric miles.

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India-based Mahindra will likely be among those spending more on self-driving cars.

A new study suggests that annual spending on autonomous-driving technology could hit $25 billion by the end of the decade.

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"Mark it zero!"

Models by Hyundai, Maruti Suzuki, Mahindra and Renault reached clean zero results.

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Playing muscial cars in the middle of a race brings its own set of challenges.

Mahindra Racing shares the art of the Formula E car swap.

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Indian automaker Mahindra has reinvigorated its aging lineup with the introduction of the new KUV100 – the "Kool Utility Vehicle" – packing a new family of engines. Just don't expect to see any on American roads any time soon.

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Gisli Gislason Doesn't Stop When It Comes To Electric Vehicles

Gisli Gislason, a long-time EV advocate from Iceland, tours India with Mahindra Reva in a trio of e2o electric vehicles. It sounds like fun.

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Mahindra, a massive Indian conglomerate, has agreed to purchase Italian design house Pininfarina. The total investment will be near $185 million.

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Mahindra and Pininfarina may be set to link up, despite reports to the contrary. Sources claim an official announcement could be made in the coming days.

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The all-electric GenZe scooter from Indian automaker Mahindra will go on sale in three US states this fall.

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Mahindra has been denied in its attempt to build Pininfarina after several of the Italian coachbuilder's creditors refused to accept the Indian automaker's offer.

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Indian automaker Mahindra is reportedly close to finalizing a deal to buy the famous Italian design house Pininfarina. The two sides have been negotiating the deal for weeks, anonymous insiders indicated.

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Ssangyong files applications with the US Patent and Trademark Office for the names "Tivoli" and "Luvent." Consumer Reports says the brand eyes entering the US market in the next two years with a subcompact crossover that will launch in other global markets next year, and a hatchback built on the same platform.

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National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), owner of Saab, might not be dead yet, because the company is reportedly close to having a new owner with deeper pockets in near future. The declaration comes from the business's latest request to prolong its reorganization and includes the claim that NEVS has a signed letter of intent from an unnamed Asian automaker to take majority ownership of the beleaguered brand.

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PSA Peugeot-Citroën already lost a lot of control of its automotive business earlier this year when Dongfeng and the French government each bought 14 percent shares of the struggling firm to keep it alive. The company's scooter division, one of the oldest in the world, is now facing a similar situation as Indian motoring giant Mahindra has offered to buy a 51-percent share of it for better access to the two-wheel market.

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We're not yet ready to call it a trend, but rumors have been flying that a couple more major automakers have set their sights on motorcycle manufacturers to add to their portfolios. If they do, they'll be following in the footsteps of the Volkswagen Group, which gobbled up Ducati and put it under the Audi brand in its ever-growing stable of nameplates.

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After a valiant effort, Indian automaker Mahindra eventually had to give up its attempt to bring a small, cheap pickup truck to the United States, but it hasn't completely given up. Korean automaker Ssangyong, which Mahindra controls, might have a confusing name, but it's taking the first, tentative steps toward bringing its inexpensive SUVs across the Pacific.

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Nissan may bring Leaf to India

Big Oil companies help keep renewable fuels out of your tank, a new report shows. No surprise there, right? The Renewable Fuels Association published a report card grading the country's largest retail gasoline chains on fuel offerings like E85 and E15. The report gave failing grades, with less than one percent of stations offering E15 or E85, to "Big Five" companies Exxon, BP, ConocoPhillips, Chevron and Shell, among other oil company and convenience/grocery store brands. The only major oil comp

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It's ironic that Saab's current vehicle architecture is called the Phoenix platform, because like the mythological bird, the company keeps returning from the ashes. That's right, the embattled Swedish automaker isn't completely dead yet. Again. Actually, it may be facing yet another buyout, and this time, the buyer may be from India.

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Depending on who you speak to, India's Mahindra & Mahindra might be best known in the States for the six-year saga of huge hopes and dashed dreams embodied in a small, diesel pickup truck, as a tractor maker pushing its way into a US market ruled by John Deere and Kubota, as the owner of Ssangyong, as one of the companies that tried to buy Aston Martin or as an automotive engineering firm providing product development services to almost every carmaker out there. It's that last division that

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Like Lloyd in Dumb & Dumber rejoicing that he's got a "one out of a million" chance with Mary Swanson, electric-vehicle advocates in India can do the same. That's because both local automaker Mahindra and Japan-based Nissan say they would consider working together to promote EVs in that country.

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That electric-vehicle magnet that is Norway has attracted yet another automaker. This time, it's India-based Mahindra that is looking to bring its battery-electric Reva e2o to the country sometime soon, India's Financial Express says. Mahindra is eying the UK and Sri Lanka for new sales as well.

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