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"In future, all energy will come as electricity." Those words are not from some environmental activist or soundbite politician, but from a senior figure within the auto industry, which perhaps makes them all the more surprising.
There years ago this month Paul Philpott became the managing director of Kia Motors for the UK and Ireland. This followed a stint at Kia Motors Europe (KME) in Frankfurt and prior to that, senior roles at Ford of Britain and Toyota GB.
This week's internet address change from teslamotors.com to tesla.com is leading to speculation about what the EV specialist might be planning for its future direction.
Ford Motor Company is teaming up with Jose Cuervo to explore the use of the tequila producer’s Agave plant by-product to develop more sustainable bioplastics to employ in Ford vehicles.
The US Department of Transportation (DOT), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and California Air Resource Board (CARB) have taken the first step in a mid-term evaluation of the national programme for greenhouse gas emissions and fuel economy standards for light duty cars and trucks with the release of a draft technical assessment report (TAR) for public comment.
Kia Motors has made significant progress in reducing the environmental impact of its production facilities, according to the company's annual Move sustainability report.
South Korea's environment ministry said on Monday it would decide later this month whether to revoke the certification of 32 Volkswagen Group vehicle models after prosecutors accused the carmaker of fabricating documents on emissions and noise level tests.
Volkswagen will pay an additional US$86m in penalties to California over its emissions scandal, on top of a settlement of $14.7 billion the automaker reached with US officials earlier, state attorney general Kamala Harris said.
German prosecutors are demanding Volkswagen face a fine based on the level of the profits the carmaker made from selling 11m vehicles equipped with manipulated engine software, newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung said.
Volkswagen's CEO reporteldy has rejected calls for the carmaker to compensate customers in Europe over the 'Dieselgate' emissions scandal along the lines of its US$15bn deal in the United States, telling a German newspaper a similar settlement would be inappropriate and unaffordable.
Nissan has published its annual Sustainability Report and says that its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions have fallen by 22.4% over the past decade.
Volkswagen has no plans to compensate South Korean for cheating emissions tests, according to local reports citing the company’s local unit Audi Volkswagen Korea.
Hyundai plans to release plug-in versions of its future Genesis models, the Korean company has told the media in its home market.
European industry commissioner Elzbieta Bienkowska has said VW should pay its German customers similar compensation to US buyers.
A spokesman for Volkswagen of America has told just-auto that the Jetta Hybrid is being discontinued. The car was built at Puebla in Mexico, mainly for the US market.
Hyundai Motor Company has denied reports in the South Korean media claiming that it has cancelled plans to add diesel engines to its Genesis sedan range. The company in fact now says it will add diesel versions of two models in 2017.
Germany's Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) has approved Volkswagen's proposed modification of around 1.1m more VW, VW commercial and Audi brand models.
Toyota claims the 7.75 megawatt solar power system planned for its new North American headquarters in Plano, Texas will be "the largest corporate office on-site solar installation among non-utility companies in the state".
Ahead of the publication of the European Commission’s communication on the decarbonisation of transport next month, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) has outlined some key challenges that industry and policy makers must overcome to reduce CO2 emissions more effectively.
Nissan has switched on a new solar farm at its biggest manufacturing site in Europe. Made of up 19,000 photo-voltaic panels, the new 4.75MW facility is now fully operational at Nissan Sunderland Plant.
Ford says it is the first automaker to develop foams and plastics using captured carbon dioxide for its vehicles.
Nissan has denied falsifying emission tests for diesel Qashqai models built in its UK plant and exported to South Korea.
The hype over Tesla's so-called 'Gigafactory' is reaching new levels with the release of drone footage showing its sheer size.
To the backdrop of bright autumnal sunshine - not to mention a certain German automaker's woes - this year's recent FKG Suppliers Forum in Gothenburg fused a heady mixture of knowledge exchange and networking.
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