Amazon's "extensive capabilities" in areas such as data transfer, storage and analytics would help Torc "accelerate its testing and commercialisation" of Level 4 tech.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff said on Wednesday he was weighing up his future role but felt he still had a lot to contribute to the Formula One world champions.
Mercedes plans to stay in Formula One for years to come, parent company Daimler has said after renewed speculation about the world champions’ future and the intentions of team principal Toto Wolff.
Mercedes' parent company Daimler have moved to crush rumours that they are planning to quit Formula One after a speculative report in German media claimed that the company has planned to sell the team to Lawrence Stroll, the owner of Aston Martin, next year.
Daimler wanted to sell around 25,000 EQC vehicles in 2019, but only managed to build around 7,000.
High development costs said to push BMW & Mercedes-Benz maker to cooperate on automated driving tech
Daimler’s Car2Go car-sharing brand will be combined with BMW’s DriveNow, ParkNow and ChargeNow businesses.
Whereas, Uber, Google, General Motors, Volkswagen are vying to roll out robotaxi services.
Daimler declined to say which suppliers would be awarded the contracts.
Trump’s tweet did not give any further detail about the tariff cuts.
Daimler could enter a cooperation with a non-auto company in the area of electric vehicles
BMW has obtained its ride-hailing license in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province in China.
The latest generation of Sprinter vans debuted in February this year.
Audi needs clearance for a piece of software that was modified during the development process.
Daimler and BMW want to combine their car-sharing units Car2Go and DriveNow .
All three groups unveiled their first all-electric SUVs slated for release over the next two years.
The news raises pressure on automotive tech suppliers like satellite navigation specialist TomTom.
The pollution cartel probe comes as a fresh blow to the industry three years after dieselgate.
BMW is joining Daimler and Audi, both of which have car plants in Hungary.
The call comes as the EU executive prepares to draw up rules to apply to cars connected to the internet.