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Hyundai and Aptiv form $4B self-driving technology joint venture

MotorAuthority Monday, 23 September 2019
Hyundai and Aptiv form $4B self-driving technology joint ventureHyundai and automotive supplier Aptiv (formerly Delphi) on Monday announced plans to form a self-driving technology joint venture valued at $4 billion. Aptiv has been developing self-driving technology for a number of years through its own research but also acquisitions, namely the acquisition of Boston-based nuTonomy in 2017. It started...
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