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2020 BMW M8 First Drive Review | A new peak

Behind the wheel of the first M8 coupe and convertible

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2020 Jeep Wrangler order guide shows 3.0L EcoDiesel is a $4K option

$6K total with the required eight-speed transmission, or $3,250 more than 3.6L V6

Heavy hitters in car technology join GM, Toyota to form autonomy consortium

'We've got a long way to go' to create a common computing standard

SAN JOSE, Calif. - (Reuters) - Arm Holdings, the British chip technology firm owned by Japan's Softbank Group Corp, is joining with automakers General Motors Co and Toyota Motor Corp to establish common computing systems for self-driving cars, an effort the companies hope will speed development of the technology. Arm supplies the underlying technology for the processors found in today's smart phones but does not make chips itself. Its ties to the automotive industry go back to the late 1990s,

GM strike hurts 150,000 auto industry workers, says consulting firm

About 75,000 parts supplier employees see temporary layoffs, wage drops

The strike at the No.1 U.S. carmaker began on Sept. 16, with its 48,000 members of the United Auto Workers (UAW) union seeking higher pay, greater job security, a bigger share of the automaker's profit and protection of healthcare benefits. About 75,000 employees of auto parts suppliers have either been temporarily laid off or have seen their wages shrink due to the slump in demand from GM, according to the AEG report.

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