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Nissan gives Japan version of Infiniti Q50 self-driving upgrade, more hp

The sporty Skyline sedan – the Japanese market version of the Infiniti Q50 – is receiving a high-tech, midcycle update with more power and true hands-free highway driving.

Unifor backs UAW's 'nice and aggressive' start to contract talks

Unifor President Jerry Dias doesn’t get a chance to sit across from Detroit 3 executives until the summer of 2020 -- all but one Canadian contract expires in September 2020.

Magna opens $1.38 billion paint shop in Slovenia

The paint shop, which complements contract vehicle production at a Magna Steyr plant in Graz, Austria, started test runs in March. The new plant currently employs 200 people and is poised to employ an additional 200 workers.

Toyota ordered to pay $15.8M to Calif. dealer

The owner of two California Toyota dealerships accused the automaker of retaliation after he developed software he claimed was better at identifying customers for safety recalls.

Jaguar gets $626M in U.K. loan guarantees after EV pledge

The guarantee to JLR by the U.K. Export Finance agency was granted to support the design, manufacture and export of electric cars, British Prime Minister Theresa May said.