Automotive industry

Volkswagen Delay the Decision for the Turkey Plant Once Again

German car giant Volkswagen will delay the decision to build a new plant in Turkey for the second time, MIA reports.

The agency cites an anonymous source in the British media, according to which the

"We still have time and can certainly do that decision by mid-year," said the source, who is familiar with VW's discussions.

Volkswagen said to have until mid-year to decide on Turkey plant

Volkswagen is again postponing its decision on whether to build a car plant in Turkey, a source told Reuters on Tuesday, after the company halted the process in the wake of international criticism of the country's military operations in Syria.

"We still have time and can certainly do that [decision] by mid-year," the person familiar with the discussions said.

Volkswagen has once again Delayed the Opening of its Plants in China

Volkswagen announced on Monday that it has once again postponed the opening date of some of its production facilities in China because of the coronavirus concerns.

The German carmaker said that Saic Volkswagen - the joint venture between Volkswagen and Saic Motor Corp- will resume its activities as early as February 24th.

Volkswagen best-selling car in Turkey in January

Volkswagen was the most popular car brand in Turkey in January in terms of the number of units it sold on the local market, the latest data have shown.
In the month, the German carmaker managed to sell a total of 3,700 vehicles, according to the calculations of Anadolu Agency, based on the figures from the Automotive Distributors' Association (ODD).

What will Toyota's "City of the Future" Look Like? (VIDEO)

Toyota has announced plans to build a prototype of the city of the future near Japan's Fuji Mountain, DPA reported.

The city will be powered by hydrogen cells and will act as a laboratory for autonomous vehicles, smart homes, artificial intelligence and other technologies.

Toyota unveiled a plan for the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Toyota to Build a Prototype of the "City of the Future" near Fuji Mountain

Toyota has announced plans to build a prototype of the city of the future near Japan's Fuji Mountain, DPA reported.

The city will be powered by hydrogen cells and will act as a laboratory for autonomous vehicles, smart homes, artificial intelligence and other technologies.

Toyota unveiled a plan for the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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