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2018 Alpine A110 recalled
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1st Nov 2019
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2018 Alpine A110 recalled

Renault Australia has issued three separate recalls for the 2018 model-year Alpine A110 sports car, affecting between 61 and 72 vehicles depending on the notice. The first recall relates to vehicles fitted with the sports exhaust that could have an issue with oil pressure. "The oil pressure solenoid programming is not compliant to the required specification, which may result in decreased oil pressure," the company says.
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Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi signs autonomous car deal with Google
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21st Jun 2019
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Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi signs autonomous car deal with Google

Waymo, Google's self-driving car unit, has signed a deal to commercialise autonomous vehicle services with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. According to the companies, this new agreement is "exclusive... for an initial period" and will see the partners "explore all aspects" of autonomous vehicle services in France and Japan, including passenger services and cargo delivery.
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2020 Alpine A110 GT4 spied
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28th May 2019
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2020 Alpine A110 GT4 spied

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Scott Collie
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28th May 2019
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2020 Alpine A110 GT4 spied

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Mitsubishi Motors CEO to step down, replaced by chief of Indonesian unit
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17th May 2019
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Mitsubishi Motors CEO to step down, replaced by chief of Indonesian unit

Osamu Masuko, CEO of Mitsubishi Motors, will step down from his role as CEO when the company meets for its annual general meeting on June 21, 2019. He will be replaced by Takao Kato, who is the president of Mitsubishi Motors Indonesia. Masuko (above) will stay with the automaker as its chairman. Both men will hold a press conference on May 20, Japan time, to discuss the change of leadership.
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Andrew Moore resigns as Renault Australia managing director
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9th Apr 2019
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Andrew Moore resigns as Renault Australia managing director

Andrew Moore has resigned from his role as Renault Australia managing director, after less than two years in the role. He was appointed in September 2017, having previously headed up Suzuki Australia. According to the departing executive, his role put undue pressure on his home life.
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