1. China’s demand boosts BMW Q3 results.
  2. JLR’s (Jaguar Land Rover)iconic Defender to make comeback.
  3. Ford recalls 2013-17 Explorer SUVs for suspension problem
  4. Sullivan & Cromwell and Kirkland & Ellis were the top M&A(mergers and Acquisitions)legal advisers in Q1~ Q3 by value and volume with total 499 M&A deals.
  5. NAO (The National Audi Office) warns of UK disruption in Jan 2021 after EU exit.
  6. Hyundai is to supply 4,000 hydrogen-powered trucks to companies in China by 2025 to boost its global FCEV (fuel-cell electric vehicle)strategy.
  7. Nidec Corp., Japanese manufacturer of electric motors.,to build EV motor plant in Europe.
  8. BMW has begun its biggest and most extensive remote software upgrade.
  9. Mazda Canada reports sales of 6414 vehicles in Oct. with an increase of 6.3% comparing with Oct. 2019.
  10. Mazda North American Operations reports sales of 22736, with an increase of 16.5% comparing with Oct.2019.
  11. Hyundai Motor America reports sales of 57395, a 1% increase compared with Oct.2019/
  12. Ferrari reports Q3 results.
  13. Subaru of America reports sales of 61411 in Oct., with an increase of 11% comparing with Oct. 2019.
  14. Subaru expects to sell 910600 vehicles worldwide despite pandemic hit.
  15. Kandi America Model K27 cleared for California roads.
  16. Mercedes-Benz V-Class celebrated its premiere with a new front design, AIRMATIC air suspension system.
  17. Logistics UK warns on No-Deal Brexit cost-$GBP240m(US$311m).
  18. Veoneer, a worldwide leader in autotech, appoints Ray Pekar as new CFO.
  19. IAC Group appoints David Prystash next CEO.
  20. Toyota marketing boss Ed Laukes to retire with a 31-year career with Toyota, effective Jan. 4 2021.
  21. VW aims to transform Greek island into a green mobility hub. The project will involve car-sharing and ride-sharing offering to reduce traffic and a switch to EV.
  22. Mitsubishi reports a loss of $1.3b for full fiscal year due to coronavirus.