Intel In Talks With Automotive Industry to Supply Specialized Chips

If there’s one area where Intel’s ongoing cutting-edge fabrication issues won’t be an issue it’s the auto industry, where 14nm chips in most cases would be a major advancement. So given the silicon shortages currently plaguing auto plants, it makes perfect sense that Intel wants to step in to produce chips for auto companies.

But while Intel is reportedly already in talks with several car companies, don’t expect Intel silicon to solve production problems any time soon. The optimistic goal is to start producing chips in the next six to nine months, which means actual Intel silicon wouldn’t likely be

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REE Automotive Signs Strategic Collaboration Agreement with Magna

The strategic collaboration will explore the combination of REE’s groundbreaking REEcornerTM technology with Magna’s vehicle systems integration expertise and world-class manufacturing capabilities, to develop MEVs that enable commercial customers to customize vehicles based on their specifications and branding, while accelerating time to market.

Daniel Barel, REE Co-Founder and CEO, commented, “We are thrilled to reach a collaboration agreement with Magna, which should help put us on the fast track to support a broad range of electric vehicles (EVs). We see a growing demand for highly modular EVs from leading tech companies and new electric mobility players who have

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Porsche-inspired automotive concepts that exhibit ingenious design, artistry and killer speed!

Companies like Porsche, Lamborghini, Bugatti have reached iconic status when it comes to luxury Automotives! Their cars are specimens of ingenious design backed by menacing speed. However, there’s something about the Porsche automobiles that gets my heart thumping just a little more. Porsche cars are high on utility, performance, speed, craftsmanship, and not to mention they even exhibit a level of artistry. Automobile fanatics and designers clammer at the release of a fresh and fierce Porsche design, and in the anticipation of one, they often find themselves inspired and engaged! The result is a plethora of innovative and jaw-dropping concept

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The future of automotive technology

Gary Silberg, KPMG Global Head of Automotive joins the Yahoo Finance Live panel to discuss the latest with the automotive technology.

Video Transcript

ZACK GUZMAN: And electric vehicles, not just manufacturers here in the US, but those in China as well, perhaps so much so you might be thinking that the internal combustion engine might be going the way of the dinosaur, as all of these companies put in hundreds of billions of dollars into research. But that’s not the case.

And one industry expert with more than 20 years of experience in the automotive industry is joining us now

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What Is Your Favorite Automotive Subculture?

There are so many different ways to be a car fanatic. Whatever rabbit hole you choose to dive down, you can get sucked into a lifetime of losing yourself to the intricacies of a particular subculture. There are depths to some subcultures that become all-consuming, to the point where everything that is important to you is completely unknown to others, even to those as deeply car-devoted as you.

Autocross. Donks. Lowriders. SoCal Porsche R-gruppe. Air-cooled Volkswagen drag racing. Drifting. Swangas. You name it, there’s something for everyone. And yet we all get lumped into the same “car people” group in

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India’s first electric car battery plant takes shape | Automotive Industry News

The son-in-law of India’s biggest steel tycoon is betting big on converting coal tar into graphite anodes for electric-car batteries in a bid to test China’s monopoly in the sector.

Vikram Handa set up Epsilon Advanced Materials Pvt — India’s first manufacturer of lithium-ion battery parts — in the southern state of Karnataka in August, sourcing the raw material from the largest steel mill in the country that’s owned by his father-in-law, Sajjan Jindal. Handa plans to invest 60 billion rupees ($807 million) to produce 100,000 tons of synthetic graphite anode by 2030, or about 10% of estimated global demand.

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