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Ferrari 812 Competizione A, Toyota twin-turbo V-8, baby Jeep: Car News Headlines

Ferrari’s new 812 Competizione is a marvel in both styling and aerodynamics. There’s both a coupe and an open-top version, the latter featuring a targa-style roof with a removable panel made from carbon fiber.

Toyota’s Lexus brand has already announced plans to offer a twin-turbocharged V-8, and now patent drawings for just such an engine have surfaced. It’s possible the engine debuts in a new Lexus LC F model.

Jeep is expected to use a platform from new parent Stellantis to develop a crossover even smaller than the subcompact Renegade. According to a report, the baby Jeep will arrive in

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2022 Skoda Fabia detailed: Toyota Yaris, Mazda 2 and MG3 rival scores updated tech and more practicality – Car News

Skoda has uncovered its fourth-generation Fabia light car, which will hit Australian showrooms in early 2022 in hatchback form, with the wagon expected to follow soon after.

Based on Volkswagen Group’s MQB-A0 platform (shared with the current VW Polo), the 2022 Fabia has grown in every aspect except height, measuring 4108mm long (+110mm), 1780mm wide (+48mm), 1460mm tall (-7mm) and with a 2565mm wheelbase (+94mm).

As a result, boot space in hatchback has increased 50 litres to 380L, while folding the rear seats will balloon that figure to 1190L, making the new Fabia more practical than larger cars like the

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Lyft is selling its autonomous driving unit to Toyota for $550 million- Technology News, Firstpost

US ride-hailing service Lyft agreed to sell its autonomous driving division to a unit of Japan’s Toyota for $550 million, the companies said Monday. The move follows a similar divestment from Uber last year, with ride-sharing firms focusing on core operations as they struggle during the coronavirus pandemic. The Lyft operation known as Level 5 will be folded into Woven Planet Holdings, a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation, which will create a team of some 1,200 people working on self-driving technology in Japan, the United States and Britain.

Lyft will receive some $550

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Toyota launches Toyota Logistic Design Competition 2022

The 2022 edition of the Toyota Logistic Design Competition is now open to design students worldwide, to create and submit their original ideas on this year’s theme: urban micrologistics. The competition is organised every two years by Toyota Material Handling Europe Design Center and Toyota’s European Design Development studio, ED2.

The global logistics challenge is to achieve shorter supply chains, greater precision, more flexibility and to reduce environmental impact in cities. The latter is particularly significant, given that more than half of the world’s population live in urban areas, while in Europe the proportion is more than 80 per cent.

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– Toyota launches Logistics Design Competition 2022

28 April 2021

The 2022 edition of the Toyota Logistic Design Competition is now open to design students worldwide, to create and submit their original ideas on this year’s theme: urban micrologistics.

The competition is organised every two years by Toyota Material Handling Europe Design Centre and Toyota’s European Design Development studio, ED2.

The global logistics challenge is to achieve shorter supply chains, greater precision, more flexibility and to reduce environmental impact in cities. The latter is particularly significant, given that more than half of the world’s population live in urban areas, while in Europe the proportion is more than

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Toyota subsidiary to acquire Lyft’s self-driving vehicle division

Woven Planet Holdings has agreed to acquire Level 5, the self-driving vehicle division of Lyft (NASDAQ: LYFT). Woven will pay $550 million in total cash for the division, founded in 2016 at Open Platform. The sale price includes $200 million in upfront cash and $350 million in additional cash payments over five years.

The acquisition is subject to regulatory approvals and customary closing conditions. It is expected to close in Q3 2021.

Woven Planet Holdings is a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corp.

“Today’s announcement launches Lyft into the next phase of an incredible journey to bring our mission

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