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16th June 2021

Connected Driving: Surviving the Latest Technology Disruption

How Tier 1 vendors can thrive throughout disruption by becoming value-adding service providers for OEMs

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16th June 2021

Just One-in-Ten Automakers have Effective Sustainable Strategy

Despite a raft of automakers pledging future sustainability targets, just one-in-ten of them are meaningfully focused on sustainable production. That’s the claim made by business management specialist Capgemini Research...

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15th June 2021

JLR Builds Prototype Fuel Cell for Defender Model

Jaguar Land Rover appears to be the latest automaker to concede that the best long-term ‘clean’ powertrain option for commercial vehicles is hydrogen fuel cell. It has begun developing...

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14th June 2021

Weekly Brief: AI Approach Gives Waabi a Driverless Edge

Self-driving car start-up Waabi came out of stealth mode with a bang last week. The Toronto company announced a $83.5M Series A financing round led by Khosla Ventures. Uber...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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14th June 2021

Lexus Unveils its First PHEV

Lexus has finally tuned into the consumer demand for plug-in hybrid solutions with the launch of its first PHEV powertrain model. It has unveiled details of its new NX...

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11th June 2021

Volkswagen Multivan Revealed with PHEV

Volkswagen has published the first official pictures of its new Multivan replacement for the long-running Caravelle and the first to feature PHEV powertrain options. The new model comes with...

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11th June 2021

AV Shuttle Service Trials to Run in Yellowstone

Driverless technology has arrived at the iconic nature reserve of the US’s Yellowstone National Park. Beep, a provider of multi-passenger, electric, autonomous mobility vehicles, has launched the park’s first...

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10th June 2021

Renault Plans Biggest EV Production Center in Europe

Renault claims it will create Europe’s largest EV production center in the shape of it Renault ElectriCity standalone entity. The automaker has signed an agreement with representative trade unions...

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9th June 2021

ICE Ban in UK 20 Years Too Soon, say Consumers

Calls are increasing for the UK to postpone its deadline for a ban on new ICE vehicle sales with most consumers saying the nation is not ready for mass...

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9th June 2021

More Revs, More Speed for Bugatti Chiron Super Sport

Bugatti promises more power and higher speed for its latest Super Sport model, the Chiron Super Sport. The automaker says its has comprehensively overhauled the Chiron 8.0-liter W16 engine,...

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8th June 2021

Sneak Peek Pictures of Vauxhall/Opel PHEV Astra Published

Vauxhall/Opel has published first official detail pictures of its new electrified Astra most likely to be offered as a PHEV Using its PSA parent group’s EMP2 platform, the Astra...

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7th June 2021

Weekly Brief: Race for AV Dominance in California Hots Up

Cruise got the greenlight to launch California’s first pilot program of a fully driverless taxi service for the general public. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) says that Cruise...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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