Engines

18th October 2021

BEV Race Car to Debut ‘Breakthrough’ Cathode Batteries

A prototype racing car will be the host for a ‘breakthrough’ in automotive battery technology to be showcased at the COP26 climate conference in the UK this month. The...

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18th October 2021

Weekly Brief: EV Sales Suggest ICE May Have ‘Had its Chips’

So much for the myth that real drivers don’t like electric vehicles. Porsche reported last week that its all-electric Taycan is outperforming its flagship sports car, the gasoline-powered 911...

Commentary by Andrew Tolve

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15th October 2021

Renault Unveils Market-Ready Fuel Cell Master Van

Renault has pulled the wraps off its first market-ready hydrogen fuel cell LCV in the shape of the Renault Master Van H2-TECH due for production next year. The vehicle...

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14th October 2021

FEV Displays Future Car-Share Mobility Concept

Automotive engineering service provider, FEV, has seen its vehicle concept heralding a car-sharing future take center stage at the The Deutsches Museum in Munich. Its vehicle, Shared Vehicle Electric...

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13th October 2021

Prodrive to Race Prove Biofuels Reducing Eco Emissions by 80%

UK motorsport specialist, Prodrive, claims to have jointly developed sustainable fuel for ICE powered racing cars that reduces greenhouse emissions by 80% compared to regular gasoline. The fuel, created...

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8th October 2021

Renault’s JV Ups its BEV Green Credentials

Renault’s latest joint venture in the BEV space is seeking to advance it’s green credentials by sourcing sustainable nickel for its future automotive batteries. The French automaker has teamed...

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7th October 2021

Bigger Battery, More Range for MG BEV

MG has unveiled the refreshed version of its BEV adding a bigger battery pack providing more range for this SUV. The new MG ZS EV, arriving in dealerships next...

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6th October 2021

Mahle Presents its 90-Second Auto Charger

Automotive supply giant Mahle with present its “90 second” recharging battery at a German mobility event this week. Attendees to the Aachen Colloquium Sustainable Mobility will be given insights...

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4th October 2021

Weekly Brief: BEVs Light Up Luxury and LCV Markets

The most expensive electric vehicle in the world is ready for market. The first customer-grade Lucid Air sedans trundled off the assembly line at Lucid Motors’ manufacturing plant in...

Commentary by Andrew Tolve

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1st October 2021

Russia’s EV Strategy Far from Clear

The strategy in support of electric mobility 2030, issued by the Russian government on August 23, 2021, is strongly tilted to five manufacturing targets and only three for deployment...

By Roma Nazarov

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30th September 2021

Ford Races Ahead with BEV Investment

Ford has accelerated to the front of the electrified pack with a whopping investment in both BEV and battery production in the US. This week it pledged itself to...

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30th September 2021

Rolls-Royce Banks on BEV Standing a Ghost of a Chance

Rolls-Royce continues its slowly-slowly unveiling of its new BEV with the announcement of its name and a few heavily disguised images. It says the Spectre will shortly begin on-road...

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