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8th January 2020

Tested: Nissan Juke Ideal Urban Car-Share

All sorts of peer-to-peer car-share ‘clubs’ are popping up in urban environments around the world. That’s hardly surprising to a city dweller such as myself because urban mobility will,...

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3rd January 2020

Tested: Škoda Superb L&K 2.0 TSI DSG – the Here and Now Super-Urban Solution

Speak to almost any European car dealer and you will hear the lament that diesel sales continue to plummet amid urban air quality concerns. However, this trend has revitalized...

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29th November 2019

Tested: Ford Mondeo Vignale HEV Estate – Built Tough By Mechanics

Who doesn’t enjoy a good long drive? Many passengers, that’s for sure, but for the dedicated motorist there are few greater pleasures than a ‘mission’ drive in a car...

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29th July 2019

For Manufacturers, BTCC’s Hybrid Push Is Only Good News

The UK’s top-level touring car series, the British Touring Car Championship, will introduce hybrid power units in 2022 as the organizers look to reduce carbon emissions. While the engines...

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4th March 2019

Tested: 2019 Jeep Wrangler (JL) Rubicon – Tech Takes to The Rough

Jeep may be claiming its new iconic mud-plugger is more focused on broadening its appeal into the lifestyle urban market but the new car is still very much a...

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Continental’s Hohm: AV Market to ‘Dual-Stream’
28th January 2019

Continental’s Hohm: AV Market to ‘Dual-Stream’

Continental’s autonomous vehicle director says he expects the autonomous vehicle market to develop in a ‘two-streamed’ way. In an exclusive interview with TU-Automotive, Andree Hohm, the component maker’s director of...

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17th December 2018

Tested: TomTom Rider 550 For The Adventurer at Heart

Satellite navigation is only slowly coming into the two wheel market with a comparatively few motorcycles and scooters offering even as an option. So, the launch of the latest...

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Instructor: UK AV Operator Training Legislation Needed
30th November 2018

Instructor: UK AV Operator Training Legislation Needed

An autonomous vehicle operator training provider says UK government legislation and/or clearer guidance on the qualifications and experience required for the job is needed. In an exclusive and wide-ranging...

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DAV Foundation’s Frazer: Open-Source AVs Could “Comfort” Regulators
9th November 2018

DAV Foundation’s Frazer: Open-Source AVs Could “Comfort” Regulators

Greg Hyde talks to DAV Foundation co-founder and chief communications officer John Frazer about the security implications of his start-up’s open-source network for autonomous vehicles. AV development can at...

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MIT’s Reimer: Level 5 AVs “Centuries” Off Purchasability
5th November 2018

MIT’s Reimer: Level 5 AVs “Centuries” Off Purchasability

Greg Hyde talks to respected autonomous vehicle expert Bryan Reimer of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In an exclusive TU-Automotive interview, Dr Reimer, a research scientist at MIT’s AgeLab and...

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Ageas’ Marlow: AVs Would Decrease Vehicle Ownership
1st November 2018

Ageas’ Marlow: AVs Would Decrease Vehicle Ownership

Greg Hyde talks to Tim Marlow of insurance giant Ageas about development of autonomous vehicles and insurance of their occupants. While AVs are currently a work-in-progress for most of...

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HARMAN’s Till: 5G is “Game-Changer” for CVs
25th October 2018

HARMAN’s Till: 5G is “Game-Changer” for CVs

Greg Hyde talks to HARMAN vice-president of marketing and technology Andrew Till about opportunities and threats within the connected vehicle sector. There has been much discussion within the last...

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