Technology

23rd May 2022

BMW’s Nordschleife Star Ready for Track Day Heroes

BMW has unveiled its fastest ever production road car to lap the iconic Nordschleife in Germany, the track focused BMW M4 CSL. This tarmac-tearer lapped the infamous ‘Green Hell’...

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23rd May 2022

Weekly Brief: Ultramini BEVs Unlikely to Score in Supersizing US

The EV revolution is going ultramini. Nissan and Mitsubishi unveiled a pair of mini electric vehicles that will hit the Japanese market this summer. Everything about the EVs is...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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20th May 2022

Mahle Targets Micro-Mobility with new e-Bike Powertrain

Mahle has begun series production of its new e-bikes electric motor aimed at the growing demand for urban micro-mobility. Production of its X20 traction motor is underway at its...

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19th May 2022

Renault Hydrogen-EV Hybrid Claims Best of all Worlds

French automaker Renault may have been at the forefront of BEV promotion but now it has unveiled a concept that claims to be a hydrogen-battery hybrid. At the same...

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19th May 2022

Kia to Create its First Purpose Built Vehicle Factory

Kia will create its first manufacturing facility dedicated exclusively to producing electric multipurpose mobility or purpose-built vehicles (PBVs). The new production hub will be located within Kia’s existing Hwaseong...

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18th May 2022

BAC’s Hydrogen eMono Concept an Alternative to BEV Racers

A British supercar manufacturer is developing a hydrogen powertrain for a single-seat track car that could pave the way to future zero emission racing cars. Briggs Automotive Company (BAC)...

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18th May 2022

Škoda Begins EV Battery Production at Czech HQ

Škoda has begun building its own batteries to fit the Volkswagen Group’s Modular Electrification Toolkit (MEB) in Mladá Boleslav. This makes the automaker’s main plant the only production facility...

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17th May 2022

Database Launched to Track Most Polluting Vehicle Tires

Pressure is mounting to clean up the non-exhaust emissions of modern vehicles that account for about 60% of the average passenger vehicle’s total operating emissions. Now international vehicle emissions...

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17th May 2022

China: Covid Shutdowns and Its Effects on the Automotive Industry

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16th May 2022

REE Claims 10,000 EV Vehicle Sets Ready this Year

BEV platform maker, REE Automotive, claims it will have created 10,000 new vehicle sets by the end of the year as it swings into commercial production. It has announced...

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16th May 2022

Weekly Brief: EV Start-Ups Struggle as Established Brands Advance

Lordstown Motors lives to fight another day. The embattled EV start-up cut an 11th hour deal with Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn to purchase its Ohio factory for $230M. The...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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13th May 2022

New EV Players Expecting Indian Micro-Mobility Growth

New players are entering the Indian EV micro-mobility market in the shape of a collaboration between a domestic automotive supplier and an Israeli electric motor developer. India’s Badve Engineering,...

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