Mobility

13th June 2019

Fiat Ducato Van Will Go Electric Next Year

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has announced an electric version of the Ducato van will be available in 2020, launching a pilot scheme with “major clients”. This follows announcements from...

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11th June 2019

Berlin App Shows City Authority Ready to Fight for Mobility

Berlin’s public transport body, Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG) and Trafi, a mobility start-up, have launched an app in a bid to take control of its transport systems. Previously, the various...

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3rd June 2019

Hyundai Beefs up Range with Hybrid Kona

Hyundai is adding a hybrid version of its popular Kona SUV to its lineup, in response to apparent customer demand. The hybrid version of the popular crossover features 1.6...

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31st May 2019

Audi Targets Fleet Management With AI Partnership

Audi appears to be ramping up involvement in commercial fleets in partnership with an AI start-up. The German automaker has signed an agreement with Tel Aviv-based start-up Fleetonomy to...

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24th October 2018

Mercedes-Benz LCV Mobility Rolls into Fourth European Town

Mercedes-Benz Vans is extending its LCV-based sharing mobility service following successful launches in Amsterdam, Berlin and London. ViaVan, the joint venture between global on-demand shared transport specialist Via and...

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11th October 2018

Rinspeed to Unveil Micro Snap-Together car at CES 2019

Swiss auto specialist Rinspeed will unveil a compact version of its click-together EV that allows quick changes of body-shells for last-mile mobility solutions at next year’s CES in Las...

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9th October 2018

Hyundai Hopes Its Driverless Cars Will ‘Understand’ People

Hyundai is buying into AI technology that ‘understands’ people’s intentions in a bid to accelerate its ambitions in autonomous driving. The carmaker’s corporate and open innovation business, Hyundai Cradle,...

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14th September 2018

Loss Making Uber Perfect for IPO?

Eric Volkman asks: is the ride-sharing king about to become a publicly traded company? That’s the scuttlebutt in the transportation and tech worlds these days regarding Uber. The company...

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13th September 2018

Gett Promises Green Taxi Rides

Mobility on demand taxi operator Gett, is claiming its UK service now offers ‘carbon neutral’ cab rides. Passengers with strong climate consciences can pay an extra 20p ($0.26) per...

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13th September 2018

Hyundai Looks at Future in Mobility

How automakers are planning future mobility, explored by Robert Gray. Mobility’s future is now. Automakers are no longer talking about the long road into the future for mobility plans,...

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6th September 2018

MaaS Platforms Could Save Millions of Hours Travel Time

Adoption of mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) platforms will replace more than 2.3Bn urban private car journeys annually by 2023, compared with just 17.6M globally in 2018, according to a report from...

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6th September 2018

Auto Infrastructure Depends on Partnerships, Says City Hall

Detroit looking at smart infrastructure and who will pay for it, Garry Bulluck tells Louis Bedigian. Smart infrastructure could be one of the most challenging and costly aspects of...

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