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8th April 2019

Budget Brand Dacia Makes Pitch For Mobility Providers

Renault’s value sub-brand, Dacia, is making a bid to mop up sales from taxi drivers facing steep additional daily charges to enter clean-air city zones. It chose April 8,...

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8th April 2019

Ford LCV Data Harvesting Finds Best Rapid EV Charger Locations

Ford has trialed big data vehicle data harvesting to work out where EV rapid chargers are best installed in London. Data streamed from its connected vehicles has enabled its...

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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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11th October 2018

London’s First EV Tourist Bus Starts Work

London’s first hop-on, hop-off fully electric bus open-top service takes to the streets today to whisk sightseeing tourists around the capital in zero-emission silence. Sight-seeing company The Original Tour...

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10th October 2018

Tested: Honda Civic 1.6 i-DTEC Today’s True ‘Green’ Choice

One of the joys of a solitary long-distance drive is the time it gives us to mull things over while performing the constant assessments of road conditions, vehicle approach...

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13th September 2018

Gett Promises Green Taxi Rides

Mobility on demand taxi operator Gett, is claiming its UK service now offers ‘carbon neutral’ cab rides. Passengers with strong climate consciences can pay an extra 20p ($0.26) per...

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10th April 2018

Connected Cars Could Help Save Money on Parking Costs

Parking costs in the US are a major financial burden, but connected car technology could help consumers reduce costs -- and even find ways to avoid driving downtown altogether,...

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10th April 2018

Connected Cars Could Help Save Money on Parking Costs

Parking costs in the US are a major financial burden, but connected car technology could help consumers reduce costs – and even find ways to avoid driving downtown altogether,...

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24th June 2016

Driverless commuting is the here-and-now says Volvo

Volvo’s autonomous mission is to make Level 4 a here-today reality without the need for huge infrastructure investment. Talking to TU-Automotive Anders Eugensson, director governmental affairs with the Volvo,...

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15th March 2016

When will a car’s tech catch up with digital expectations?

If the internet is to be credited with having any material influence on humankind, near the top of that list must be how it has accelerated our expectations of...

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5th February 2016

To boldly go… into the driverless car race

I recently had the privilege of addressing students from London’s Imperial College who, as part of their design engineering courses, had been asked by the Volkswagen Group (VAG) to...

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4th December 2015

Navigating the best route round wayfinding

Q: In London, the wayfinding system is credited with increasing transport sharing and a decreasing reliance on the car. How did they make the connection? A: The London wayfinding...

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