Engines

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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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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11th November 2020

Suppliers Partner-Up in BEV Platform Push

Two specialist automotive suppliers have come together to produce their own standalone BEV platform. REE Automotive and Iochpe-Maxion will co-develop and manufacture an unique wheel design and chassis solution...

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10th November 2020

EV Carmakers’ Role in the Energy Market

New EV battery costs are driving the second-life market in the energy storage industry which is saving large amounts on old car batteries. Much of those savings made by...

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9th November 2020

More Muscle For Toyota Hilux

Toyota has ramped up the pulling power of its Hilux pick-up truck with a new 2.8-liter diesel engine. It powers new top-of-the-range Invincible X and Invincible Double Cab models...

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6th November 2020

Bentley Spells Out its Battery Future

Bentley will only be marketing plug-in hybrid or battery electric cars by 2026 with an exclusive BEV range by the end of the decade. That’s the key pledge in...

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5th November 2020

Volvo Promises Full Electric HGV Range for 2021

Heavy-duty truck fleet managers will be able to choose all-electric versions of Volvo’s complete range next year. That’s the pledge made by the automaker as it holds true to...

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4th November 2020

VW to Electrify Greek Island

Following Renault’s BEV take-over of a French town’s transport, Volkswagen has gone one better with the electrification of an entire Greek island. The automaker has announced it will establish...

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4th November 2020

Land Rover Turns to V8 Power in Defender Battle

After losing the UK rights over the iconic Land Rover Defender shape, the automaker has turned to souped-up V8 power to battle it out in the marketplace. It now...

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3rd November 2020

Volvo Plans In-House Electric Motor Production

Volvo has opened its own electric motor research and development facility as part of its strategy to become a 100% electric car manufacturer. The electric motor laboratory in Shanghai,...

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