ACEA's monthly reports on European car sales are always interesting and this week we decided to drill down a bit and see if there was anythi...
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Vehicle simulators have changed beyond recognition in the past few years. Developments in responsiveness, graphics, together with improvements in vehicle and road surface modelling fidelity mean that today's simulators offer the potential to do much more. The 'driver in the loop' sector has seen the most development with simulators now relevant for subjective and objective assessment of vehicle and component performance where a human driver is required, such as emergency situations or even the introduction of autonomous cars. Matthew Beecham spoke to Kia Cammaerts, founder of Ansible Motion, a designer and manufacturer of engineering-class driving simulators for ground vehicles.
The Fukushima nuclear reactor disaster which followed the Japanese earthquake and tsunami in 2011 might inadvertently provide a foot in the door for sales of hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles to take off, believes the man in charge of Hyundai-Kia's FCEV research and development, Dr Sae-Hoon Kim.
Kia is planning to reinforce its position as the sporty division of the Hyundai Motor Group in Europe with a new range of GT Line models with their own styling additions, powetrains and suspension settings.
French light vehicle registrations have continued to make gains during the early months of 2015, IHS Automotive principal analyst Ian Fletcher said in a research note.
Seoul, which alternates in odd numbered years with Busan as South Korea's national motor show, takes places in early April. Here follows the latest list of vehicle and concept world premieres.
Kia is holding back its electric and hybrid vehicles in Australia expecting the government to introduce policies that might encourage the development of a charging infrastructure, and the introduction and purchase of EVs, Jeff Shafer, Kia Australia's senior product manager, said.
Kia's new, three cylinder, one-litre T-GDi (turbo gasoline direct injection) 'Kappa' engine will make its world production debut at the upcoming Geneva show.
We're well used to China-only models from the long-established foreign automaker players there like Volkswagen and General Motors but now even the (relative) newcomers are getting in on the act.
A tale of Kia thievery in the papers today.
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