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SEAT: Cupra, a special brand

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Today, SEAT has announced the launch of CUPRA, a new brand with its own distinct identity. The announcement was made at an exclusive event held today in Barcelona, where the new brand’s first model was revealed, the CUPRA Ateca. Beginning now, CUPRA, which has always been SEAT’s ultimate expression of ...

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Nexteer Automotive announces new production facility in Morocco

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Nexteer Automotive announces a new production facility in Kenitra, Morocco. Initially, Nexteer will use the facility for manufacturing Single Pinion-assist Electric Power Steering (SPEPS) systems and plans to extend manufacturing to driveline products in the future. The new 18,000 m2 facility will be the company’s first in Africa and is ...

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Groupe Renault news at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show

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Renault, Alpine and Dacia will each be present with stands at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, including the media days (6th-7th March). Renault to show a new concept focused on shared urban mobility For 120 years Renault has been passionate about making life easier for customers. In keeping with Renault’s Easy ...

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Polestar to make European debut at Geneva Motor Show


Polestar, the new electric performance brand, will make its European debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2018 with the company’s first car, the Polestar 1, seen in public for the first time. The Polestar 1 is an Electric Performance Hybrid GT with 600hp, 1000Nm of torque and with ...

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Honda Civic diesel launched with class-leading emissions

Following a successful series of launch events for the corporate market, the new Honda Civic 1.6 i-DTEC diesel is stamping its mark on the fleet sector. With class-leading emissions and fuel economy, it offers customers another viable option within the marque’s corporate portfolio, as well as excellent value for money. ...

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Visteon announces strong 2017 results


Visteon Corporation (NASDAQ: VC) today announced full-year 2017 results, reporting net income attributable to Visteon of $176 million, or $5.47 per diluted share, including $14 million of restructuring expenses and $31 million of other net expenses, partially offset by $17 million of net income associated with discontinued operations. Full-year sales ...

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