Technology

27th November 2020

Automakers Gang Up Against ICE Bans

An automaker-backed report has attacked the UK government’s bringing forward of a ban on new internal combustion engined cars. The report into the future of the nation’s automotive industry...

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26th November 2020

PHEV Emissions Claims Could be the New Dieselgate

Plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) are hiding behind the green electrification banner while ‘cheating’ the system with false CO2 claims. That’s the allegation by Brussels’ climate lobby group Transport &...

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24th November 2020

McLaren Performance Hybrid in Showrooms Next Year

McLaren has named its upcoming hybrid supercar the Artura while devising a new electrified category the High-Performance Hybrid (HPH). This latest acronym together with the automaker’s statement trumpeting the...

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23rd November 2020

Fuel Cell Boost as Hyundai-Ineos Team Up

Hydrogen fuel cell roll-out has seen a boost this week with the cooperation agreement between Hyundai Motor Company and Ineos Automotive. The pair have signed of a memorandum of...

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23rd November 2020

Weekly Brief: GM Bets Big on EV Revolution

General Motors will invest $27Bn in electric vehicles by 2025, CEO Mary Barra announced last week. The carmaker will use that investment to rapidly expand its EV offerings in...

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20th November 2020

UK ICE Ban is Ill-Conceived

While UK headlines are full with green-movement organizations praising the nation’s government bringing forward an ICE ban, not everything has been thought through. This week the government confirmed that...

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19th November 2020

V8 for Jeep’s Most Powerful Wrangler

As the perfect antidote to growing government calls to ban ICE technology, Jeep has shoe-horned a whopping 6.4-liter gasoline V8 into the most powerful Wrangler it has ever produced....

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18th November 2020

Personalized driving coach: changing driver behavior with ML technology

While OEMs put a lot of investment and effort into developing autonomous driving, ADAS, and various driver assistance technologies, driving remains a stressful activity for many, and human errors...

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17th November 2020

Mexico’s Manufacturing Trends: The Shelter Competitive Advantage

Sponsored Content GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest audio interview https://globalautoindustry.com/mexicos-strategic-manufacturing-trends-the-shelter-competitive-advantage/ features Salomon Noble, CEO for Mexico’s Intermex Industrial Parks. Salomon is an expert in the Mexican Manufacturing and Maquiladora Industry (IMMEX /...

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13th November 2020

Nissan Brings Back ICE Generator for Europe with Qashqai

Nissan’s third generation Qashqai compact SUV will be the first ICE generator powered electric powertrain in Europe since General Motors pulled the plug on the Vauxhall/Opel Ampera in 2015....

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13th November 2020

More Might From Audi’s TDI Titan

Audi has gifted even more muscle to its mighty SQ5 TDI diesel powerplant that now boasts 337bhp and claiming a 0-60mph sprint in just 5 seconds. In its latest...

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12th November 2020

Electrifying BMW X1 Revealed

BMW has brought its electrified ‘i’ family into the sales leading luxury SUV segment with reveal of its first European BMW iX. While still in the series development phase,...

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