Engines

11th March 2020

Czinger 21C’s Path a Return to Elite Ownership

Czinger’s latest hypercar, the 21C is a vision of how the clock could be turned back to when personal transport was a niche product for an exclusive set. For,...

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6th March 2020

Tire Wear Pollution 1,000 Times Worse Than Tailpipes

Pollution from tire wear can be up to 1,000 worse than tail-pipe emissions and EV powertrains is adding to the problem. That’s the claim by independent vehicle testing specialist...

5th March 2020

GM’s Soft Pouch Batteries Promise Low Cost Power Boost

General Motors is basing its future BEV strategy on battery packs of soft pouch construction it claims will cut production costs and boost range to 400 miles. Using Ultium...

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5th March 2020

BEVs WIll Only Succeed When Affordable, Says UK Developer

BEVs should be as cheap the average car if automakers are going to persuade consumers to go electric. That’s the opinion of a start-up from Manchester in the UK...

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4th March 2020

Aiways BEV Sports Crossover Revealed

Chinese carmaker Aiways has unveiled its sports crossover BEV online following the cancellation of the 2020 Geneva Motor Show following government fears over corona virus. The Shanghai company lifted...

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4th March 2020

EV Supplier Claims World’s Most Power Dense Motor

A UK automotive industry supplier is claiming to be developing what it claims to be the world’s most power dense permanent magnet electric motor. Equipmake, has teamed up with...

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3rd March 2020

W12 Power for Bentley’s Two-Seat Roadster

Bentley’s first two-seat grand tourer in 90 years will boast an ‘enhanced’ version of its lusty 6.0-liter W12 gasoline engine. The Bentley Mulliner Bacalar employs a turbo-charged lump claims...

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3rd March 2020

Consumer Flight from Diesel sees European CO2 Spike

Climate warming CO2 emissions from passenger cars in Europe are the highest in five years as consumers take flight from buying new vehicles with diesel powertrains. Clean-air lobbyists and...

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3rd March 2020

VW Unveils First Compact SUV BEV

Volkswagen has unveiled its first production ready battery powered compact SUV in the shape of the ID.4. Closely following the technology previously displayed in its ID. Crozz  concept car,...

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2nd March 2020

China Continues Russian Automotive Charm Offensive

China’s carmakers continue making inroads into the Russian market with GAC Motor’s latest showrooms opening in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Vladimir. The openings coincide with the automaker’s launch of...

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28th February 2020

Modern Cars Worse Polluters Than Older Ones

New cars are producing more global warming emissions than older ones because they are growing too big and are loaded with technology. That’s the suggest made following a study...

26th February 2020

UK Public EV Charge Costs 10 Times More Than at Home

Charging an EV can be nearly 10 times more expensive than using a consumer’s domestic power supply. That’s the claim of a study by UK automotive consumer title What...

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