Hyundai and Kia invest in Silicon Valley-based startup Aurora to accelerate the development of autonomous-vehicle technologies. The deal is signed after Aurora’s partnership with Volkswagen was ended, with a VW source saying the two parted on good terms. The undisclosed Hyundai investment, which analysts say was less than $30 million, will strengthen the partnership they formed last year that sees Hyundai, Kia and Aurora collaborating on self-driving technologies for the Nexo, ...

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