This sounds like a swipe-right odd pairing, but: Honda and GM are partnering on battery development for electric vehicles. Ford scooped up the famous Michigan Central Station, which it will use for office space, housing, and more.
Porsche has turned 70. The 356 No. 1 Roadster was literally vehicle No. 1.
The LEED Gold Environmental award has to do with building in green ways, and the Mopar Parts Distribution Center in Romulus, Michigan, brought out the green and won an award. One example of its recognition came for having 80 skylights. A different LEED—the University of Leeds—received funding to explore a project focused on self-repairing cities. This includes developing small robots that could find and fix problems with streetlights and roads.
Since removing the ban on female drivers, Saudi Arabia has issued licenses to 10 women.
Animal-related insurance losses from 2014-2017 rang in at 1,739,687 claims. This was according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Learn more: bit.ly/2lGv0GH.
“The world-first CORTEX project will take self-driving cars off-road, ensuring they are fully capable in any weather condition: dirt, rain, ice, snow, or fog,” said Land Rover.