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12-10-2018 | Electro Mobility | News | Article

Electric Mobility Comes out into the Open

At the inaugural elect! ATZ Congress Electrified Mobility, a clear commitment to electric mobility has emerged. Both OEMs and suppliers have recognised the need to transform mobility and have showcased some fascinating developments in Stuttgart.

12-10-2018 | Electro Mobility | News | Article

New Project Researches Development of Solid-State Batteries

The new "FestBatt" competence cluster is conducting research on the development of the next generation of batteries. The solid-state battery could enable safe and long-range electric mobility.

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Mazda Plans Electric Car with Rotary Engine as Range Extender

Mazda has announced its plan to bring its first electric vehicle to the market in 2020. The battery-powered vehicle can be fitted with the optional range extender.

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ATZ worldwide: The trade magazine for technology-oriented management in the automotive industry provides the very latest information from research and development.

Our reports focus on the latest R&D findings on every aspect of passenger car and commercial vehicle engineering. Expert authors from industry and science report on individual research projects and on the series development of vehicles and their components.
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ATZ worldwide has been available as an electronic magazine since January 2008.

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