Technology

26th October 2018

Carmakers Remain Agile in an Uncertain Technological World, Says Citroën

Carmakers are hemmed into a technological cul-de-sac not totally convinced of what the future consumer will be buying. However, for that present consumer, the upside is that there is...

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26th October 2018

Dendrobium EV Hypercar’s Dyson Swipe By Committing to UK Production

While production of an electric car designed by British-born Sir James Dyson is heading off to Singapore, an electric hypercar created by a Singaporean company is committing its future...

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25th October 2018

Tesla Turns a Profit As Company Envisions AV Ride-Hailing

After burning through cash for years, Tesla managed to turn a profit in the third quarter despite more controversy from CEO Elon Musk.

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Air Pollution Worries To Drive Fuel-Cell Sales, Hints Hyundai Study
23rd October 2018

Air Pollution Worries To Drive Fuel-Cell Sales, Hints Hyundai Study

Consumer research by Hyundai suggests clean-air concerns are becoming a major marketing asset for zero emission vehicles. A study of 2,000 UK motorists revealed nearly one in-five worry about...

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App to Hail Only EV London Black Cabs
22nd October 2018

App to Hail Only EV London Black Cabs

London black cab users can now assuage their climate consciences by electing to complete their journeys across the UK’s capital city in zero emission vehicles. That’s because the black...

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Weekly brief: China’s EV Bonanza a Magnet for Foreign Carmakers
22nd October 2018

Weekly brief: China’s EV Bonanza a Magnet for Foreign Carmakers

Tesla is headed East. After a year mired in production delays at its Fremont, California, Gigafactory, the electric carmaker announced last week that it has secured 212.5 acres of...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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19th October 2018

First Commercial ‘Victim’ of UK EV Grant Cuts

The UK government’s shock decision not to renew grants for plug-in hybrid vehicles and to reduce the grant to BEVs has claimed its first commercial victim. Medium-term vehicle hire...

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18th October 2018

Style Not Power Will Sell the Cars of the Future, Says DS Autos

Engine power output will become largely irrelevant to future generations of car buyers and users more interested in lifestyle than mechanical prowess. That’s the opinion of Eric Apode vice-president...

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18th October 2018

Peugeot Scraps WRX Team Shifting Funds to New EVs

Peugeot is so serious about committing its future to EVs, with a new range of cars from 2020, that it is scrapping its official World Rallycross (WRX) championship whose...

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17th October 2018

NIO Takes Aim at US With EV Offerings

Could NIO become the new kid coming to town in the global electric vehicle market? Perhaps, albeit eventually. This summer China’s NIO filed for an initial public offering of...

By Eric Volkman

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16th October 2018

EV Service Costs Headache for Dealers

A study has shown that EV owners are enjoying a huge dividend on service cost savings, presenting fresh challenges to dealers who will lose out against ICE vehicle revenues....

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12th October 2018

Renault’s Three Energy Deals to Boost EV Adoption

Renault has signed energy supply deals with three of Europe’s major players in a bid to boost the uptake of electric vehicles. The French automaker has announced the signing...

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