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Renault-Nissan alliance, Google to partner on SDC - Nikkei

ECOMCON

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tohunt4me

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Nissan screwed up bad with transmissions the last few years.
Like Ford.
People WONT buy JUNK anymore.
Too many choices.
 

iheartuber

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Evey car maker in the world is in trouble. This is a paradigm shit in how we move people and things. Nissan has no choice, nor does anyone else.
Lemme ask you something

Instead of your real estate developer friends trying to force a fascist system of transportation in this country why don’t they simply do it in another country first where the people would be much more willing to be controlled?
 

Single Malt

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Nissan screwed up bad with transmissions the last few years.
Like Ford.
People WONT buy JUNK anymore.
Too many choices.
People won't buy anything anymore. The cars are going into a self driving taxi service and they won't have transmissions. They'll be electric.

Evey car maker in the world is in trouble. This is a paradigm shit in how we move people and things. Nissan has no choice, nor does anyone else.
Oops. I meant paradigm shift, not paradigm shit.
 

iheartuber

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People won't buy anything anymore. The cars are going into a self driving taxi service and they won't have transmissions. They'll be electric.


Oops. I meant paradigm shift, not paradigm shit.

Lemme ask you something

Instead of your real estate developer friends trying to force a fascist system of transportation in this country why don’t they simply do it in another country first where the people would be much more willing to be controlled?
 

ECOMCON

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Nissan screwed up bad with transmissions the last few years.
Like Ford.
People WONT buy JUNK anymore.
Too many choices.
Kon'nichiwa (hello, こんにちは)
That leaves the only choice remaining: Toyota
It’s No wonder they’re the Worlds Largest Car Manufacturer

AND
Toyota and SoftBank team up for self-driving car services
Japan’s biggest automaker moves to build deeper links with tech groups
https://www.ft.com/content/8c94ab24-c77b-11e8-ba8f-ee390057b8c9

AND
SoftBank also invested $2.25bn in Cruise, GM’s self-driving car unit, through its Saudi-backed $100bn Vision Fund. On Wednesday, Cruise secured another $2.75bn from Japanese carmaker Honda.

AND
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-08/28/c_137424833.htm
Uber, Toyota team up on self-driving vehicles

Sayounara (さようなら ) tohunt4me



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goneubering

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You have to wonder why Honda and Waymo apparently aren’t making any progress? Maybe Honda isn’t happy with what they see in Phoenix.

https://www.axios.com/honda-gm-cruise-automated-vehicle-investment-5131125c-a779-4681-b3e9-a270fc5f48d2.html

Between the lines:

For Honda: The Japanese company is too small to afford the massive investment needed to develop autonomous vehicles on its own.

It already had a deal with Google’s Waymo, the leader in self-driving cars, but that project seems to be going nowhere. By partnering with GM and Cruise, Honda assures it will be able to compete in self-driving cars.
 
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