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Royal Mail begins testing electric delivery van
The Royal Mail -- England's version of the USPS -- teamed up with Arrival to develop and build an electric delivery van. The model has about 100 miles of range, and we're told it will become fully autonomous sooner or later. Royal Mail has started testing nine vans in London.
Chery not interested in acquisitions
China's Chery plans on increasing its global footprint without resorting to acquisitions. "We are open for cooperation as always, but fundamentally, we have consistently organically grown our markets by our own capability and sometimes with cooperation," said CEO Chen Anning.
Ariel working on 1,180-hp electric hypercar
British company Ariel is hard at work on an electric all-wheel drive model that will boast at least 1,180 horsepower, Autocar reports. It will be capable of sprinting from zero to 100 mph in 3.8 seconds -- no, that's not a typo. Production is tentatively scheduled to begin in 2020.
Mazda highlights how fourth-gen Miata was born
Mazda has shed insight into how it designed the fourth-generation Miata, including sketches of early design studies. The roadster could have gotten a more expressive design, but it also could have received a pure, retro look inspired by the first-generation model.
Jeep could revive Scrambler nameplate
The pickup version of the next-generation Jeep Wrangler could revive the Scrambler nameplate, according to enthusiast website JLWranglerForums. The name was last used in 1985 on Jeep's last body-on-frame truck, the CJ-8 Scrambler.
Volkswagen says Formula 1 is too expensive
Volkswagen issued a stern warning to Formula 1 officials. "Formula 1 is on a dangerous path. It is expensive. Most of the teams, apart from the big four, have financial problems," said Volkswagen Group director Bernhard Gobmeier in an interview with Motorsport.