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Subscription Required Executives Henry Ford III to leave job at company, remain on board The great-great-grandson of Henry Ford said he wants to "broaden my perspective outside the company" to become a better director. Subscription Required Microchips Nissan to idle more U.S. output amid chip woes Nissan Murano, Leaf and Maxima production will be suspended at the Smyrna, Tenn., plant for four extra weeks following a two-week summer shutdown. Subscription Required Cars & Concepts Ford starts shipping Broncos to dealers Ford is banking on the long-awaited off-roader to generate big profits and steal market share from Jeep. Emissions G7 drops aim to shift new car sales away from oil by 2030 Group of Seven nations instead pledged only to speed up efforts to move away from combustion engines. Subscription Required Cars & Concepts Can cheap hybrid get car buyers to go truck? Ford is betting that the 2022 Maverick's starting price of just over $25,000 and 5.9 L/100 km city rating from its standard hybrid engine will be enough to draw buyers. Subscription Required Retail More of Canada's used cars are flowing into U.S. J.D. Power estimates that the flow of vehicles from the north has increased because of microchip inventory shortages. Technology Waabi’s Raquel Urtasun underscores need for AI breakthroughs The University of Toronto's Raquel Urtasun, former head of Uber ATG’s R&D efforts, discusses her new self-driving startup, new ways to utilize machine learning in self-driving systems and why trucks are the natural first use case for automated-driving tech. Subscription Required Technology Lexus infotainment redo aims to fix ‘Achilles' heel' Developed in-house by Toyota Connected, Lexus Interface ditches the joysticks and touchpads that cost it sales in favor of a more intuitive system. 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