Technology

30th September 2020

What’s Effecting Change on US Transportation Public Policy?

Sponsored Content GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest audio interview https://globalautoindustry.com/whats-effecting-change-on-u-s-transportation-public-policy/  features Regina Hopper.  Regina is Chief Strategy Officer for The NEXT Education. Career spans work in the fields of transportation, telecommunications, energy,...

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29th September 2020

More Auto Heavyweights Join Trucking Fuel Cell Race

Mahle has teamed up with Canadian fuel cell manufacturer Ballard Power Systems in a bid to accelerate hydrogen’s adoption in heavy duty truck fleets. The move follows Bosch’s commitment...

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28th September 2020

Polestar Commits to its ‘Commitment’ Car

Premium BEV manufacturer Polestar has promised to put its concept, or “commitment” car, the Precept into full production. The car, claiming leading eco-friendly credentials, had been unveiled ahead of...

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28th September 2020

Weekly Brief: Battery War Ramps Up as Tesla Plans In-House Production

At his much-hyped “Battery Day” event in Fremont, California, Elon Musk revealed Tesla plans to start manufacturing its own in-house battery dubbed the 4680. The battery is significantly larger...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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25th September 2020

Ford Brings High Power Mach-E to Europe

Ford will bring its Tesla rivaling full performance Mustang Mach-E GT to Europe next year boasting a hypercar matching 0-62mph sprint of 3.7 seconds. The BEV will hit the...

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24th September 2020

Diesel ICE’s Vital Role in Combating Climate Change

Diesel powered internal combustion engines must play a vital role in reducing climate change and meet Paris Agreement emissions targets. That’s the conclusion of a study highlighting the technology’s...

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24th September 2020

VW Digitally Launches its First Global BEV

Volkswagen has digitally launched its latest and first global BEV, the ID.4 which will be hoping to target the popular SUV market. Boasting a healthy to 77 kWh battery...

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23rd September 2020

Toyota’s Fuel Cell Takes on Generator Duties

Toyota’s European wing has modified its Mirai car’s hydrogen fuel cell to work as an electric generator suitable for domestic and commercial environments. Few will fail to recognize the...

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23rd September 2020

Seven Keys to Communicating in the Brazil Automotive Industry

Sponsored Content GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest audio interview https://globalautoindustry.com/the-7-keys-to-communicating-in-the-brazil-automotive-industry/ features Dr. Orlando Kelm. Dr Kelm is an Associate Professor of Hispanic Linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin where he...

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22nd September 2020

Volvo Battery Trucks Line-Up for Work

Volvo Trucks has started a pilot program of real-world logistics testing of its Volvo VNR Electric trucks. It has teamed up with supply chain solutions provider New Flyer Industries...

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21st September 2020

Cyber-Security Hardware at Risk of Being Ignored

Automotive cyber-security hardware remains a relatively small market and a missing piece in the vehicle protection. According to a forecast by security chip provider Infineon, cyber hacks might cost...

By Roma Nazarov

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18th September 2020

Langen Motorcycles Brings Two-Stroke Back with a Bang!

Two-stroke engines are making a comeback on motorcycles, albeit on a very niche and pricey new British bike. Langen Motorcycles has unveiled its limited edition Two Stroke ‘café racer’...

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