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24th June 2020

BMW First Automaker to Use Apple as Car Key

BMW has reinforced its partnership with digital giant Apple to be the first automaker to offer vehicle owners to use their iPhone as a fully digital car key. The...

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23rd June 2020

Renault-Nissan Facing Claims of Emission Cheat Devices

Renault and Nissan have been accused of employing emission cheat devices to improve recorded pollution levels in both diesel and gasoline engines. A UK law firm has filed a...

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23rd June 2020

Ford Claims 17% Fuel Saving on Focus Mild Hybrid

Ford’s mild hybrid version of its new Focus claims a 17% fuel saving while delivering more power than the out-going gasoline equivalent. Employing the automaker’s 48-volt mild hybrid technology...

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22nd June 2020

Lockdown Sees UK Mobility Take to Two Wheels

Personal mobility has been changed by the pandemic in the UK with 1.3 consumers taking to two wheels since the start of lockdown. Almost five per cent of the...

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22nd June 2020

Weekly Brief: Ford’s Hands-Free Assistance a Litmus Test for Autonomous

Ford has announced its long-anticipated hands-free technology will debut on the 2021 all-electric Mustang Mach-E, which hits dealership floors in late 2020. Unfortunately, Active Drive Assist won’t be released...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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19th June 2020

Insurers to Define Real-World Risk in ADAS

Motor insurers in the UK have been offered a system of assessing the real-world accidental damage coverage risk of current ADAS. At the moment, most carmaker have created their...

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18th June 2020

Quantron Pledges Production Fuel Cell Truck in 2022

Fuel cell truck maker Quantron promises to have a market ready heavy duty vehicle available in the European market by 2022. Its new Energon is a 44-ton truck with...

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18th June 2020

Mercedes-AMG Electrifies Turbo-Charged Powertrains

Mercedes-AMG is using Formula One hybrid racing technology in its forthcoming engines applying integrating electric motors into it exhaust gas turbochargers. The performance shop claims this resolves the conflicting...

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17th June 2020

Seat Gets Serious Over e-Scooter Mobility

Seat has followed-up on its pledge to get serious over e-scooter mobility announcing the launch of three new models. The Spanish automaker first revealed the powertrain details of its...

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16th June 2020

Citroën Releases Fifth Mainstream BEV

Citroën has released the first images of it’s fifth mainstream BEV, the ë-C4, ahead of the new C4’s full world debut at the end of this month. The automaker...

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16th June 2020

Dacia Restores Faith in LPG

Budget car brand Dacia is turning back the clock to become the only European automaker to offer LPG fueled across its range. The fuel, still popular in some markets...

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15th June 2020

V8 Returns to Porsche Cayenne GTS

Porsche has returned a V8 powertrain to its Cayenne GTS lineup in a bid to elevate the ‘entry level’ sportcar’s trackday credentials. It has popped the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8...

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