Engines

9th July 2021

Jeep PHEV Better Prospects than a Full BEV?

Following Stellantis’s announcement of its electrification strategy, one of its iconic brands, Jeep, has released the first images of its PHEV Grand Cherokee 4xe. This is the fifth generation...

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9th July 2021

Stellantis Spells Out its BEV Platform Ambitions

Automaker conglomerate, Stellantis, has announced its plan to create four BEV dedicated vehicle platforms to cover most of the most popular future segments. It says these will form the...

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8th July 2021

Polestar Readies BEV Concept for Market

Polestar has committed to turning its BEV Precept concept car unveiled last year into a market ready product. It has announced the car is under full-scale development and on...

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7th July 2021

Bentley Polishes its Electrified Spurs

Bentley has released what it claims is its ‘greenest’ luxury sporting model to date in the shape of the PHEV Flying Spur Hybrid. The automaker says it establishes a...

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6th July 2021

Weekly Brief: Cheap, Clean Lithium is Key to BEV Success

A fire erupted on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico last week, as a gas leak from an underwater pipeline operated by Mexican oil company Pemex fueled the...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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5th July 2021

EV Batteries Improve but Sustainability Lags

Batteries, as a key component of electric mobility, are not just a standard product but rather an integral component of the vehicle architecture. In addition to continuous improvement of...

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2nd July 2021

Auto Experts Plead for ICE in Battle Against Global Warming

A growing number of players in the automotive industry are making the case for the pivotal role of next-generation ICE technology in the drive against global warming. Some even...

By Andrew Williams

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1st July 2021

Mercedes-Benz Unveils Market-Ready BEV Heavy Duty Truck

Mercedes-Benz Trucks has unveiled its first market-ready BEV heavy-duty truck for short range deliveries. The eActros is planned to roll off the production line in Wörth am Rhein in...

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7th April 2021

Auto Inspire Interview: Joann Jung, Lucid Motors

Sponsored Content Lucid Motors’ Joann Jung is enjoying a stellar automotive design career using a fascination with 3D shapes and sculpture that started with Legos.  

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9th December 2020

VW’s Micro Gasoline Motors Promise a Punch

Volkswagen’s latest micro gasoline engines could power its passenger vehicle range from A to D segment cars. Two versions of it TSI evo engine in three and four cylinder...

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7th December 2020

Bosch to Start Stationary Fuel Cell Production by 2024

Auto supply giant Bosch has pledged to begin commercial scale sales of its stationary fuel cell systems within the next three years. The promise to produce distributed power stations...

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3rd December 2020

Mini Mulls Electrified John Cooper Works Model

Mini is exploring an electrified powertrain for its racing heritage model, the John Cooper Works. It’s not saying that it will be a full BEV because the automaker put...

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