BMW's newest race car has broken cover ahead of its official debut at the Nurburgring 24 Hours race. The M4 GT4 is loosely based on the street-legal coupe it shares part of its name with but it features a stripped-down cabin, carbon fiber doors, and a more aggressive aero kit.
Nissan will allegedly build a U.S.-spec variant of the Kicks, a small crossover currently sold exclusively in Latin America. The front-wheel drive soft-roader could debut in the coming months with a 1.6-liter turbo four rated at 188 horsepower.
The judge hearing the Waymo vs. Uber lawsuit ordered Uber to hand over to Waymo an unredacted copy of its term sheet with Otto--the company Uber purchased for its LiDAR technology which Waymo claims was as its IP. TechCrunch reports that Judge Corley didn't see any basis for Uber's desired redactions. http://tcrn.ch/2rlZItt
General Motors spokesperson Pat Morrissey released a statement in response to the lawsuit filed by owners alleging that its diesel HD pickups employ an emissions "defeat device," stating: "These claims are baseless and we will vigorously defend ourselves. The Duramax Diesel Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra comply with all U.S. EPA and CARB emissions regulations." http://bit.ly/2rVgCMK
A lawsuit filed by owners represented by the law firm Hagens Berman accuses General Motors of implementing "defeat device" software in its heavy-duty trucks, Bloomberg reports. A GM spokesperson flat-out denied any wrongdoing, saying the suit is "without merit." https://bloom.bg/2rUNFk1