Technology

31st July 2020

GM Flies the ICE Flag with Latest Small-Block V8

Amid all the headline-grabbing electrified powertrains being launched, General Motor’s unveils a new small-block ICE to make traditionalist hearts swell. Following in the footsteps of Detroit’s finest engines, the...

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29th July 2020

PSA Targets Premium BEV Market with New Platform

PSA is focused on expanding its BEV offering in the premium C and D segment with the launch of its new all-electric car platform. The platform, planned for vehicle...

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29th July 2020

Lightweighting BEV Technology Market Ready 2022, GLM Claims

A Japanese company has claimed a breakthrough in BEV technology that could see the start of radical lightweighting to the vehicles. Electric cars tend to be much heavier than...

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29th July 2020

Mahle Ups Its Hydrogen Interest for Both FCEV and ICE

Automotive supplier Mahle is increasing its stake in hydrogen powertrain technology exploring both fuel-cell and internal combustion applications. It has announced that it will be expanding its application portfolio...

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28th July 2020

Hybrid Still Toyota’s Top Choice for New Yaris

Toyota is staking its hybrid reputation on the latest generation of its top-selling compact urban car, the new Yaris. The car, unveiled to the European media this week, employs...

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27th July 2020

Renault Says ‘Appy to go EV’ in Landmark 3-Year Trial

Renault has chosen one of the remotest towns in France to prove that its BEVs can cope with everyday life for all of the inhabitants. The automaker wants to...

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24th July 2020

Audi Joins the V2G Queue Hoping to Accelerate BEV Sales

Audi is the latest automaker taking a leaf out of Nissan’s BEV book and exploring vehicle-to-grid charging capabilities on its all-electric models. Nissan has been extolling the virtues of...

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23rd July 2020

Industry Voices: Hardware Will Ease Transition to Electrification

Close cooperation between manufacturer and supplier is a must, particularly as the requirements at a component level can be entirely different for electric or hybrid vehicles, writes Andreas Minatti....

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23rd July 2020

Profile Peek of Škoda’s First BEV SUV

Škoda has released a peek of the profile for its first all-electric SUV to be launched in September under the nameplate Enyaq iV. It’s the brand’s first series-production vehicle...

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22nd July 2020

Ford Unveils ‘NASCAR’ Mustang Mach-E

Ford has unveiled another host for its 1,414bhp BEV powertrain but this time one aimed at the race track. The Mustang Mach-E 1400 arrives hot on the heels of...

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21st July 2020

Renegade First Electrified Jeep to Hit Europe

Jeep will bring its first electrified product to Europe in the shape of a plug-in hybrid version of its Renegade. The Renegade 4xe features a powertrain that integrates two...

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Covid-19 Impact: Insights from World Economic Forum and Automation Alley
21st July 2020

Covid-19 Impact: Insights from World Economic Forum and Automation Alley

GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest audio interview https://globalautoindustry.com/covid-19-impact-on-future-of-advanced-manufacturing-and-production-globally/ features Cynthia Hutchinson, Vice President of Michigan-based Automation Alley.  Ms. Hutchinson is responsible for managing the nonprofit association’s membership portfolio of 1,000-plus technology and...

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