Technology

10th June 2020

Continental Sets Out its Auto AI Ethics

Automotive supplier giant Continental has drawn up a code of ethics that AI should abide by to quell consumer disquiet about the robotic system. Acknowledging that AI is becoming...

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10th June 2020

The Length of the Global Automotive Supply Chain: A Direct Cause of Bullwhipping

GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview https://globalautoindustry.com/the-length-of-the-global-automotive-supply-chain-a-direct-cause-of-bullwhipping/ features Robert Peels. Based on the revolutionary modeling ideas that he developed while working as strategy director for Royal DSM, a ten billion dollar...

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8th June 2020

Ford Fiesta Brings Electrification to Mass Market

Ford’s top selling car in Europe is the latest to be given an electrified powertrain. The Ford Fiesta compact hatchback is now available with the automaker’s EcoBoost mild hybrid...

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5th June 2020

Volvo Adds Chinese Plant to its Sustainably Powered Factories

Volvo has added the Chengdu plant to its growing list of factories powered exclusively by renewable electricity. The plant joins all of its engine plant in Skövde, Sweden, which...

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5th June 2020

Town Planners Play Vital Role in the EV’s Prospects

In the UK many streets in cities and towns are lined with terraced houses. Only some are fortunate to have enough space to create a small ‘driveway’, a forecourt...

By Graham Jarvis

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4th June 2020

Hyundai Buys into Hydrogen Storage Solution

As a clear indication of where Hyundai thinks e-mobility is heading, it has announced investment in a European hydrogen storage solution. The South Korean automaker has bought into the...

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4th June 2020

Peugeot e-Traveller Targets Urban Ride-Share

Peugeot has unveiled its urban shared-mobility solution in what some may think a bit of a speculative punt for a post-coronavirus world. Studies have suggested commuters are more likely...

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3rd June 2020

BMW 4 Series Makes Mild-Hybrid Mainstream

BMW has unveiled it new 4 Series clearly pointing the way for its future powertrain focus with mild hybrid featuring in all its M Sport performance models. In fact,...

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3rd June 2020

The Past, Present and Future: Cultural Success When Conducting Business in Mexico

GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview https://globalautoindustry.com/the-past-present-and-future-cultural-success-when-conducting-business-in-mexico/ features Ricardo Nunez.  Mr. Nunez founded Detroit, Michigan-based, NEGIS Núñez Enterprises Global Intercultural Strategies, which is a hybrid learning and talent development consultancy.  For...

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2nd June 2020

Polestar Joins Push For EV Infrastructure

Polestar is joining the automaker push to accelerate the introduction of EV charging infrastructure essential is the technology’s consumer acceptance is to grow. The BEV premium sub-brand of Volvo...

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1st June 2020

Ford Targets Performance with Puma Mild-Hybrid

While Volkswagen is treading cautiously in terms of power output with its entry-level Golf, Ford is pumping up the power for its Puma. Despite both cars employing a diminutive...

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1st June 2020

VW Pops up! Motor in Gen 8 Golf

Volkswagen has installed a tiny 1.0-liter three-cylinder in the entry-level version of its latest generation Golf. Clearly aimed at urban economy, the eighth-generation range opener will use a 107bhp...

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