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GM to use midwest solar power for three plants

General Motors has announced a new power purchase agreement for a 180 megawatt solar project, the equivalent of about 47,882 US homes' electricity use...

VW unit acquires camera software biz from Hella

The Car.Software Org of the Volkswagen Group is acquiring the front camera software business area of software specialist Hella Aglaia Mobile Vision...

Veoneer to make Subaru's new Eyesight

Veoneer will supply Subaru with the new generation EyeSight system for the redesigned Levorg (try spelling the nameplate backwards).

Adient closes fabrics business sale to Sage

Adient said on Thursday it had closed its previously announced sale of the company's automotive fabrics manufacturing business, including its...

Tesla cuts Model 3 China entry price

Tesla on Thursday cut the starting price of its Chinese-made Model 3 sedans by about 8% to CNY249,900 yuan (US$36,805), once Chinese subsidies for...

Ford recalls vehicles in North America for cameras

Ford Motor Company is issuing one safety compliance recall and two safety recalls in North America for multiple 2020 model year vehicles for...

Hyundai launches pan-European charging network

Hyundai Motor has launched Charge myHyundai, a pan-European integrated public charging service.

FREE TO READ - Global pandemic sector recovery briefing

As we enter a recovery phase around the world, we aim to bring you the latest news and intelligence on the speed, nature and shape of the automotive sector's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Volvo Cars starts production of XC40 Recharge P8 BEV

The XC40 Recharge Pure Electric P8 is the first of several fully electric Volvos to come, and the automaker said today's...

New Ford chief announces plans, new CFO

Jim Farley, who today succeeded Jim Hackett as Ford's president and CEO, outlined key goals and organisational changes...

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Uber to roll the dice in a high stakes game?

It is reported that Uber is in talks to acquire FreeNow, the BMW-Daimler combine which is a competitor in Europe and South America to Uber’s services.

RESEARCH SNAPSHOT – Driver monitoring systems become a necessity

Driver monitoring for fatigue and distraction has become a major focus of automotive safety regulators and governments...

Interior design and technology – SEAT Ateca

Arriving late to the party, SEAT’s compact SUV marks the third pillar of the brand, alongside Ibiza and Leon. ...

COMMENT - UK-EU disharmony and worries for UK auto sector

Reports in the UK media say the EU has refused UK Government requests to treat imported automotive parts for UK new car...

Land Rover future models

Land Rover's strategy of expanding three vehicle families - Defender, Discovery and Range Rover lines - continues, with the early 2020s looking like a busy time for the brand. More plug-in hybrids are arriving, full electrification is coming, buying in engines from Ford is ending, and a new platform arrives next year.

2020 Beijing motor show - the world premieres

Following two media days and two trade days, AutoChina 2020 opened to the public today, 30 September. Below is a list of...

Indonesia struggles to keep EV strategy on track

Indonesia is struggling to keep its ambition of becoming a regional electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing hub on track....

New SEAT Leon - better than the Golf?

Much rests on the shoulders of the new Leon, SEAT registrations across Europe having dropped by 35% for the year to the...

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COVID-19 hits the auto industry

The Wuhan coronavirus outbreak is causing disruption in China (especially Hubei province) with knock-on impacts on...

CES 2020

OEMs and Tier 1s announce vehicle and technology innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Our...

PSA and FCA plan to merge

PSA and FCA have jointly published plans for a merger that they say opens a path to the creation of a new group with...

Strike hits General Motors in North America

In the middle of September, some 49,000 UAW members at GM in the US walked out in what is the company's first strike...

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Sit down, we need to talk – Facetime with Nio

While giving instructions in our cars is nothing new, putting questions to the likes of Alexa and Cortana while on the...

INTERVIEW – Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida

Makoto Uchida became president and CEO of Nissan in January 2020, and by May had unveiled his four-year transformation...

SNAPSHOT - Skoda designer discusses Enyaq iV SUV

Karl Neuhold, head of exterior design at Skoda, highlights the upcoming Enyaq IV car's design...

Seven golden rules of supply chain management

Supply chain resilience has been sorely tested by Covid-19. We speak to Professor Richard Wilding,...

Exhausting business – Tenneco hits the right note on the Chevy Corvette

Tenneco is supplying thermal and acoustic management solutions in an exhaust system design for...

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The automotive industry is changing faster than ever, with electrification, connectivity autonomous driving, and lightweight construction combining to do away with old design...

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Hydrogen - Thematic Research

Hydrogen - Thematic Research

Hydrogen remains the most abundantly available and commonly known element in the universe and it will become a game changer by being the source of cleaner power (zero-emission fuel) on a massive scale. Hydrogen is light, storable, energy-heavy, and does not produce direct carbon emissions or greenhouse gases (GHG). Sectors such as soil refining, ammonia production, methanol production and steel production use hydrogen extensively. Hydrogen will likely play a crucial role in clean energy transition with increase in its use in sectors such as transportation, buildings and power generation. Interest in the use of hydrogen technology is increasing in a range of niche transport market segments, besides other applications. In the short to medium term, hydrogen technology could be used to replace compressed natural gas (CNG) in some areas with minor changes to the existing infrastructure... Read more

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