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Paris motor show world debuts list - Audi e-tron & Ferrari Monzas

18 September 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Audi revealed the e-tron to the media at an event in California on Monday but this electric SUV's public premiere will take place at the Paris motor show. Production has already started and sales will commence in European markets during November.

GM future vehicles - electrifying Buick

17 September 2018 | Glenn Brooks

A series which looks http://intr.aroqgroup.com/cas3/qubearticlelist.aspx?SiteID=1at what's planned for the many divisions of General Motors out to the late 2020s now turns to Buick, having already covered Baojun, Wuling, GMC and Chevrolet. Soon to come will be analyses of future models for Cadillac and then in the last chapter of this series, Holden.

Chevrolet future models - part 2 of 2

14 September 2018 | Glenn Brooks

After the recent analyses of the current and future models of Baojun, Wuling, GMC and certain Chevrolet vehicles, the latest feature in the GM series centres on Chevrolet's SUVs and pick-ups. Following this will be a look at what's ahead for Buick, then Cadillac, with Holden being the final chapter.

Chevrolet future models - part 1

11 September 2018 | Glenn Brooks

After the recent analyses of the current and future models of Baojun, Wuling and GMC, the latest feature in the GM series centres on Chevrolet's cars, minivans and electrified models.

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Tata Steel sees a sustainable future

15 September 2017 | Calum MacRae

Tata Steel recently published a whitepaper entitled "Charging towards a sustainable future?" which sets out the company's views on Europe's future powertrain mix and the role that steel can continue to play in the industry. just-auto's Calum MacRae met with the report's author, Chris Wooffindin, the company's automotive marketing manager, and his colleague Dr Nick Coleman, Principal Researcher in to sustainability at Tata Steel, to discuss the report's contents at the 2017 Frankfurt IAA.

Why hydrogen is coming, according to Kia - INTERVIEW

3 December 2015 | Roger Stansfield

"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.

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Meridian leads UK self-driving working group

19 September 2018 | Simon Warburton

Meridian, the gateway to self-driving vehicle development in the UK, has led the first working group to establish a global understanding of common requirements for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV).

EU eyes "circle of five" European automakers for emissions collusion

18 September 2018 | Graeme Roberts

The European Commission said on Tuesday (18 September) it had opened an in-depth investigation to assess whether BMW, Daimler and VW (Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche) colluded, in breach of EU antitrust rules, to avoid competition on the development and roll-out of technology to clean the emissions of petrol and diesel passenger cars.

CARB awards US$41m to Port of Los Angeles

17 September 2018 | Simon Warburton

California's Air Resources Board (CARB) has preliminarily awarded US$41m to the Port of Los Angeles (POLA) for the Zero-Emission and Near Zero-Emission Freight Facilities (ZANZEFF) project.

just-auto Plus only Mahindra Group aims to become carbon neutral by 2040

17 September 2018 | just-auto plus Extended News

Mahindra and  Mahindra (M&M), India’s leading manufacturer of utility vehicles and part of the US$20.7bn Mahindra Group, announced its commitment to become a carbon neutral company...

Gestamp backs diesel as EC tightens emissions rules

14 September 2018 | Simon Warburton

Gestamp says the automotive sector is "killing itself" as the furore surrounding the diesel sector shows no sign of going away.

just-auto Plus only Audi establishes sustainability rating for suppliers

14 September 2018 | just-auto plus Extended News

Sustainability counts: Together with its suppliers, Audi is systematically committed to responsible action. To this end, the company has developed a sustainability rating with the aim of protecting...

Iceland to ban ICEs by 2030 to meet Paris deal

12 September 2018 | Simon Warburton

Iceland is to ban registrations of fossil fuel cars by 2030 as part of plans to meet the country's Paris Agreement targets and become carbon neutral by 2040.

UK to plough GBP106m into green technologies

12 September 2018 | Simon Warburton

British Prime Minister, Theresa May has unveiled a GBP106m (US$138m) package for projects developing green battery, vehicle and refuelling technologies at the UK's first Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Summit.

ACEA sounds alarm on EU CO2 targets after parliament vote

11 September 2018 | Dave Leggett

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) has sounded the alarm on the outcome of yesterday's (10 September) European Parliament vote on future CO2 targets for cars and vans.

just-auto Plus only Hyundai presents KONA electric at Global Mobility Summit in New Delhi

10 September 2018 | just-auto plus Extended News

Hyundai Motor Company strengthened its commitment to delivering ‘Shared’, ‘Connected’ and ‘Zero Emission Mobility’ at the Global Mobility Summit in New Delhi. As...

just-auto Plus only Scania launches world’s first long-distance LNG coach

6 September 2018 | just-auto plus Extended News

At IAA, Scania premiers its new Scania Interlink medium decker coach for liquefied gas (LNG) operations for a range of up to 1,000 km. Scania hereby extends the broad range of alternative fuel...

just-auto Plus only Mahle develops new generation heat insulating piston coatings

5 September 2018 | just-auto plus Extended News

A new generation of Mahle piston coatings is being developed with the purpose of increasing efficiency and minimising emissions. These coatings are intended to guide and reduce the heat entering...

PSA says all passenger cars now WLTP compliant

30 August 2018 | Simon Warburton

All Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Opel and Vauxhall passenger cars have been approved using the new laboratory test, WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure).

BC Hydro reveals seven Vancouver Island EV chargers

29 August 2018 | Simon Warburton

BC Hydro has unveiled seven electric vehicle fast-chargers on Vancouver Island, allowing drivers to travel between Ucluelet, Campbell River and Sidney.

Lidl Ireland to provide 40 EV charging facilities

28 August 2018 | Simon Warburton

Lidl Ireland is to provide 40  electric vehicle charging facilities in 20 stores across Ireland within the next six months.

Northern Powergrid starts next substation phase

24 August 2018 | Simon Warburton

Northern Powergrid has started the next phase to modernise and future-proof more than 860 of its substation controllers for smart grid solutions and applications.

Portsmouth to install 50 charge points

24 August 2018 | Simon Warburton

Portsmouth City Council in the South of the UK, plans to install around 50 charge points on 34 roads during the next few months after it became one of the first local authorities to receive funding from the government's Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV).

just-auto Plus only GWM enters new energy vehicle market, launches ORA brand

23 August 2018 | just-auto plus Extended News

Great Wall Motor (GWM) New Energy officially launched its all-new independent brand of new energy vehicles. ORA is the first of the mainstream car companies to brand its new energy car business....

London borough installs 24 EV charging bays

22 August 2018 | Simon Warburton

London's Waltham Forest borough has installed 24 electric vehicle charging bays.

just-auto Plus only CARB certifies XL’s electrified Ford F-250

22 August 2018 | just-auto plus Extended News

XL, the leader in connected vehicle electrification solutions for commercial and municipal fleets, announced it has received approval from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to sell hybrid...

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