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19th September 2019

Driverless Vehicles Must Have Own Highways, Says Hella

Autonomous cars must be kept away from ‘normal’ traffic, a leading auto supplier has insisted. According to Hella Gutmann’s Neil Hilton, driverless vehicles should have had their own lanes...

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19th September 2019

Honda CR-V Hybrid Hike for Highspeed Benefit

Honda’s 2020 CR-V Hybrid pumps up the power of its powertrain, possibly in an attempt to improve its highspeed driving capability. Our editor found the current CR-V Hybrid lacked...

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19th September 2019

EV Powertrain Designer Claims Simulation Breakthrough

An EV powertrain design system creator is claiming a breakthrough in production processes that can future-proof the technology. The UK automotive engineering specialist, Drive System Design (DSD) will present...

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18th September 2019

Carmakers Seek Revenues as Software Providers

Automakers are joining the ranks of software providers in a bid to take a slice of the data cake the connected car can provide. That’s the opinion of Cubic...

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18th September 2019

Mitsubishi Micro PHEV Concept Joins Urban EV Rush

Mitsubishi is joining the rush towards micro-electrified cars for the city environment but shunning BEV in favor of its successful PHEV powertrains. Its latest small PHEV concept will make...

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18th September 2019

Nissan European Infrastructure Push for EV Adoption

Nissan hopes to supercharge the take up of electric vehicles by embarking on a major infrastructure push through several European countries. It has signed a deal with energy provider...

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18th September 2019

Solar Powered Autonomous Heavy Truck Unveiled

A Chinese solar powered autonomous heavy truck has been unveiled claiming proof of concept for the technology. Photovoltaic (PV) manufacturer Jolywood has teamed up with truck builder Breton to...

17th September 2019

Choice of EV Sounds Could be in Owners Hands

Electric car owners could soon be able to be as audibly individual as ICE users, by being able to decide what their vehicles will sound like. The US’s National...

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17th September 2019

French Auto Supplier Predicts Boom in Hydrogen Take-Up

A French auto Tier 1 is claiming it will be supplying 200,000 hydrogen fuel cell systems to carmakers by 2030. Symbio, in a joint venture backed by parent company...

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16th September 2019

Automated AI Training Teaches Cars How To Drive

In the future, computers will teach vehicles how to drive, with no human input needed. That’s what Brodmann17’s new automated deep learning training program hopes to achieve. The tier...

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16th September 2019

Toyota Claims Arctic Performance From Prius Nickel Battery

Toyota is claiming to have cracked the extreme cold weather problem with BEVs by employing an entirely different battery construction to the usual lithium-ion items. It says the 2020...

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16th September 2019

Weekly Brief: EV Leg-Up in Europe But US Gives Gig Working a Kicking

The demand for electric vehicles may be iffy and the environmental benefits may be questionable. However, one thing is certain – the e-mobility revolution is happening, ready or not....

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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