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Hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles Explained

Hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles Explained

June 13, 2019 No Comments

Hydrogen is not a new source of energy. It has been widely used for more than a century, and is now recognised as a viable power source for vehicles with the potential to eliminate carbon emissions and reduce dependence on the world’s shrinking supplies of oil-based fuels. Hydrogen is a clean, efficient means of producing […]

Production-Ready Self-Driving Volvo XC90 SUV

Production-Ready Self-Driving Volvo XC90 SUV

June 13, 2019 No Comments

Since September 2016, Uber ATG and Volvo Cars have teamed up in a joint engineering partnership to develop several self-driving car prototypes. Today they announced the latest Volvo XC90 SUV, presented at this year’s Uber Elevate Summit. It is the third car we’ve developed together — and the first production car capable of fully driving itself. Designed […]

Huawei is developing a self-driving car?

Huawei is developing a self-driving car?

June 13, 2019 No Comments

At Mobile World Congress 2018, Huawei launched its Intent-Driven Network (IDN) solution, which builds a digital twin between physical networks and business goals, and helps evolve networks from SDNs towards autonomous driving networks. The solution also helps operators and enterprises implement digital network transformation centered on service experience. The solution requires the industry to undertake […]

European Electric Vehicle Markets

European Electric Vehicle Markets

March 22, 2019 No Comments

Tesla Lagging Behind Competitors In European EV Markets. CEO Elon Musk and the Tesla team have succeeded in making their company the most widely used electric vehicle brand name, but this has not yet led to global EV sales dominance. Competitor BMW just issued a report conducted by global consulting firm IHS Markit and based […]

INEOS Automotive announces partnership with BMW

INEOS Automotive announces partnership with BMW

March 19, 2019 No Comments

INEOS Automotive announced that it has entered into a powertrain technology partnership with BMW Group, which will result in the car maker supplying engines for its forthcoming 4×4, Projekt Grenadier. The partnership will see BMW’s TwinPower Turbo petrol and diesel engines, famed for their world-class blend of durability, performance and efficiency, feature under the bonnet […]

Tesla launches the Model Y

Tesla launches the Model Y

March 18, 2019 No Comments

Tesla has officially launched its newest all-electric car, the Model Y. Tesla unveiled the Car at the Tesla Design Studio in Hawthorne, California. Model Y main specifications are: up to 300 miles of range expected 5-star rating 3.5 seconds 0-60 mph 0.23 drag coefficient Tesla Chief executive Elon Musk confirmed the standard-range car would be […]

Jaguar I-Pace Named Car of The year

Jaguar I-Pace Named Car of The year

March 7, 2019 No Comments

Jaguar has simultaneously satisfied a demand for refined SUVs and the next need of more zero-emission cars, especially if they are as appealing and practical for day-to-day use as this one. Supporters of the I-Pace in the Jury acknowledge the cons of an insufficient charging network right now, and the considerable price of their preferred […]

How Many Solar Panels To Charge An Electric Car?

How Many Solar Panels To Charge An Electric Car?

March 4, 2019 No Comments

If you own an EV or you’re thinking about buying one, you’ll probably want to get solar panels and an EV charging port for your home. These home solar panel installations make it easy to charge your electric vehicle without the hassle of driving to and sitting at a charging station while your car charges. […]

Diesel and Gasoline cleaner than prescribed – ADAC

Diesel and Gasoline cleaner than prescribed – ADAC

February 26, 2019 No Comments

A German motoring group. ADAC reported that its test proves that the NO x emissions of current cars are far below the test bench limits in real driving on the road – and are better than the transitional regulations require. The cities of Paris, Brussels and Madrid wanted to know – and the European Union […]

Siemens to deliver innovative EV charging infrastructure

Siemens to deliver innovative EV charging infrastructure

February 20, 2019 No Comments

Siemens is one of eight organisations to be awarded a place on a London-wide framework contract hosted by TfL, London Councils and Greater London Authority to provide innovative on street electric vehicle charging solutions to the capital’s busy streets, and one of four suppliers using the electricity from street lights. Siemens has partnered with ubitricity […]

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