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Intelligent Automotive Software Platform Company Eatron Raises $11M in Series-A funding to accelerate its global growth

Published: Nov. 19, 2021 at 5:06 AM CST|Updated: 20 minutes ago

WARWICK, England, Nov. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Eatron®, a fast-growing scale-up with its unique ‘intelligent automotive software‘ platform for the edge and the cloud announced that it raised $11M in its Series-A round led by MMC Ventures with participation from Aster Capital and Vinfast.

Eatron®, a fast-growing scale-up with its unique ‘intelligent automotive software’ platform for...
Eatron®, a fast-growing scale-up with its unique ‘intelligent automotive software’ platform for the edge and the cloud, announced that it raised $11M in its Series-A round led by MMC Ventures with participation from Aster Capital and Vinfast. Eatron, which is headquartered in the UK with a world-class R&D centre in Istanbul, has developed a unique software platform which is driving significant innovation in the continuous optimization of performance, efficiency and safety of software-defined electric vehicles.

Eatron has a long-standing collaboration in different projects with Vinfast to explore and accelerate deployment

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Hertz to buy 100,000 Tesla cars as rental car company pivots toward electric vehicles

Having survived a brush with death, Hertz is aiming for an electric rebirth.

The rental car company, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection early in the COVID-19 pandemic, announced Monday that it plans to buy 100,000 cars from Tesla by the end of 2022 in a pivot toward electric vehicles.

It is among the largest electric vehicle orders ever placed, matching the 100,000 electric vans that Amazon has ordered from startup Rivian. The deal is worth about $4.2 billion, estimated Wedbush Securities analyst Dan Ives.

Hertz also plans to install thousands of electric vehicle charging stations at its locations.

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The moves represent the largest investment by a rental car agency in technology widely considered the future of the

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Automotive Crypto Company Carnomaly Honors Two Individuals’ Cancer Battles with Special Paint Design at NASCAR Race | News

PLANO, Texas, Oct. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Carnomaly (www.carnomaly.io), the world’s leading automotive crypto company announces they will be honoring two individuals and their journeys battling cancer for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in partnership with NASCAR Cup Series veteran Landon Cassill and Gaunt Brothers Racing (GBR) with a special paint design for the No. 96 Toyota Camry car. In addition to highlighting these incredible survivors journeys, Carnomaly will also be donating to one of the individual’s college fund.

On Sunday, October 3rd Carnomaly will highlight Trisha Fennell, the sister-in-law of Carnomaly founder and CEO Scott Heninger, and 12-year-old Avery Pacheco. Fennell is a two-time breast cancer survivor who was first diagnosed in October 2018 and Pacheco was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in August 2019. The car will feature pink and gold ribbons along both sides – pink for breast cancer

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Larry H. Miller automotive group sold to Atlanta company for $3.2 billion

LHM will continue its “philanthropic efforts” and “diversify.”

Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune
The Larry H. Miller automotive group is being sold to an Atlanta company for $3.2 billion.

The Larry H. Miller Group of Cos., which built an empire selling cars and trucks, is getting out of the vehicle-selling business.

The LHM car dealerships are being sold to an Atlanta-based company for $3.2 billion.

The Asbury Automotive Group will acquire Miller’s 54 new-car dealerships, seven used-car dealerships and 11 collision centers in Utah, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho and Washington. It’s the eighth-largest dealership group in the United States.

The $3.2 billion sale price includes $740 million for real estate. The deal is expected to close later this year.

The sale will “elevate” the Larry H. Miller Group of Cos.’ “ability to continue to enrich lives through our philanthropic efforts,” said owner

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