October 25, 2017      

Delphi Automotive has made another major move in its quest to develop autonomous vehicles. The U.K.-based automotive supplier has acquired autonomous vehicle software startup nuTonomy for $450 million.

Delphi will pay $400 million up front for nuTonomy and $50 million in earn-outs. The transaction is expected to be approved by the end of 2017. The nuTonomy acquisition will double Delphi's self-driving team to more than 200 engineers.

Delphi said the acquisition will help it commercialize auto...

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