Technology

17th January 2020

VW Explores Voice Controlled Vehicle Functions

Volkswagen is leading the move to enabling vehicle functions to be taken over by voice assistants raising the possibility of the technology having a mission critical role in future....

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17th January 2020

Ford to Ramp Up European Electrified Production

Ford is to ramp up its electrification strategy in the key European market with a large investment in production capacity. On top of the pledge to pump $48M into...

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16th January 2020

Wrapping Up at CES – Multimodal Mobility Takes Center Stage

Sponsored Content CES becomes a mobility show as companies large and small showcase convergent technologies that can be used to transform current and future transport solutions.

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15th January 2020

Entry-Level Toyota Supra Unveiled

An entry-level Toyota Supra will be made available this year with a smaller, less powerful turbocharged engine. The car will be powered by a BMW-produced turbocharged 2.0-liter B48B20 inline...

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15th January 2020

EV Battery Charges in Minutes With a Catch

EV drivers may soon be able to charge their car in just five minutes, a Californian tech company claims. However, as with everything, there’s a catch. The silicon-based lithium-ion...

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15th January 2020

Kia Attempts to Grab VW’s EV Limelight

Kia is attempting to hang on Volkswagen’s EV coat-tails by announcing an electrification strategy that will see it launch 11 new BEVs launched by 2025. While that is more...

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14th January 2020

Game Changing Residential Compact Bi-Directional Charger

Sponsored Content Wallbox, a European start-up introduces patented compact bi-directional charger for the home.

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14th January 2020

Bentley’s Special Edition Celebrates 60 Years of 6¾-Liter Engine

Bentley’s final edition version of its flagship will be a homage to the world’s second longest-lived automotive engine – the 6¾-liter V8. The Mulsanne 6.75 Edition by Mulliner will...

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14th January 2020

Top Automakers Facing $16Bn in Climate Fines

Up to 13 carmakers brands are facing a total of $16Bn in fines for missing European CO₂ targets. That’s the assessment of industry analyst PA Consulting whose annual forecast...

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13th January 2020

Best-Selling Diesels Pump Out Dangerous Emissions, Study Claims

Some of the best-selling modern diesel powered cars are exploiting a legal loop hole to pump out levels of pollution that endanger the lives of urban dwellers. That’s the...

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13th January 2020

Oxford Claims First Charged UK Zero Emission Zone

Only zero emission vehicles will be allowed free of charge into the inner center of Oxford as the ancient city becomes the first in the UK to tax users...

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10th January 2020

Sustainability Could See Lead Acid Battery Resurgence

Fears over global warming and the requirement for sustainability could become the nail-in-the-coffin of lithium-ion batteries and see lead acid become dominant in BEV technology. That’s the suggestion being...

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