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JLR Claims UK’s Biggest Workplace Smart Charging Facility
19th March 2019

JLR Claims UK’s Biggest Workplace Smart Charging Facility

Jaguar Land Rover has opened what it says is the biggest workplace EV smart charging facility in the UK. The automaker has installed 166 smart chargers supplied by Shell-owned...

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18th March 2019

Peugeot Launches eTrekking Battery In-Frame Bikes

Peugeot may be a volume carmaker but it also has a rich history as a bicycle manufacturer and it’s moving with the times in the shape of a new...

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14th March 2019

Kia Teams With Amazon in Home EV Charging

US customers of Kia EVs and plug-in hybrids can now use Amazon as a one-stop shopping destination to buy and install home charging systems thanks to the carmaker’s latest...

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13th March 2019

Kia Says ICE Could Survive in Electrified Automotive Future

Electrification of vehicle powertrains will alter depending on consumer needs and market segments and many will still employ ICE technology. That’s the view of Kia Motors Europe’s head of...

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VW Cutting ECUs From 70 to “3 or 4”
13th March 2019

VW Cutting ECUs From 70 to “3 or 4”

Volkswagen plans to improve its software’s robustness by reducing its cars’ 70 electronic control units “to three or four central on-board computers”. CEO Herbert Diess announced that move at...

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VW Increases Planned New EVs by 40%
12th March 2019

VW Increases Planned New EVs by 40%

Volkswagen is to increase the number of new electric vehicles it launches over the coming years by nearly 40% from previous projections. The group said it would launch nearly...

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11th March 2019

Pininfarina Designed Karma EV First Glimpse

Californian luxury EV maker Karma Automotive has released its first official image of the Pininfarina-designed hypercar concept it plans to unveil at Auto Shanghai 2019. The concept car comes...

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8th March 2019

Faster Forward: Micro-Mobility

At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spanish carmaker Seat unveiled the Minimó, a sleek concept car based around 5G connectivity. As with the Renault Twizy, Minimó’s second seat is tucked...

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8th March 2019

MG To Launch BEV in UK

Even the iconic British small sportscar brand MG is going electric and will be launching its first BEV this coming autumn. True, the UK designed cars are now under...

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8th March 2019

Motorsport’s Role in Extending EV Adoption

One of the ways manufacturers are developing their EV and hybrid tech is by taking it racing. Formula 1 and the World Endurance Championship have both been using hybrid...

By Philip Oakley

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7th March 2019

Car Data Unlocks As Many Opportunities as Concerns

Cars are producing data that can help automakers, personalize experiences and improve driving skills. Mobility data is not without issues but can provide fascinating future use cases. TU-Automotive talked...

By Lynn Walford

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6th March 2019

Faster Forward: EV’s Get Supercharged Push at 2019 Geneva International Motor Show

This year’s Geneva International Motor Show was the biggest homage to the world’s automotive strategy of electrification seen at the Swiss showcase event so far. That said, the lobbyists...

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