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06-07-2021 | Fuel Cell | News | Article

Fuel Cell Drive for the Land Rover Defender

Jaguar Land Rover is developing a fuel cell drive for the Land Rover Defender. A prototype of the FCEV off-road vehicle is scheduled to begin testing by the end of the year.

01-07-2021 | Automated Driving | News | Article

Ford and Hermes Launch Project with Autonomous Transporter

Ford and delivery service Hermes are testing how other road users behave toward what appears to be a driverless van. The project uses a converted Ford Transit.

28-06-2021 | Battery | News | Article

Fortum Builds New Recycling Plant for Lithium-ion Batteries

Energy company Fortum is building a new plant in Finland to recycle used traction batteries. The new plant is scheduled to go into operation in 2023.

25-06-2021 | In eigener Sache | Article

Stellenausschreibung: Digitalprodukt-Manager (gn) gesucht!

Wir suchen Verstärkung! Bei Springer Fachmedien in Wiesbaden besetzen wir eine Stelle im Digitalprodukt-Management (DPM). Jetzt bewerben!  

08-06-2021 | Electric Vehicles | News | Article

Opel Presents Manta GSe ElektroMod with Electric Drive

Opel has added an electric drive to a classic car. The Opel Manta GSe ElektroMod sports the new Opel Pixel Vizor on the front, features a digital cockpit and is powered by an electric motor.

07-06-2021 | Electric Vehicles | News | Article

Cupra Launches First Electric Model Born

Seat subsidiary Cupra has unveiled its first battery-electric model. The Cupra Born is based on the VW ID.3 model and will be launched in two performance levels.

04-06-2021 | Electric Engine | News | Article

Mahle Unveils Magnet-free High-voltage Electric Motor

Mahle has developed a new type of magnet-free electric motor that does not require rare earths. The externally excited synchronous machine is currently specified with a peak power of 140 kW.

02-06-2021 | Automotive Manufacturing | News | Article

New Platform on Disruptive Trends in the Automotive Industry

The automotive specialist magazines of the ATZ/MTZ Group and springerprofessional.com are partners of Roland Berger's new Automotive Disruption Radar website. It serves as a decision-making aid for managers in the mobility sector and shows the changes taking place in the automotive industry.

02-06-2021 | Automotive Engineering | News | Article

VW's Tiguan Allspace SUV Gets an Update

After the regular version of the compact SUV, the long-wheelbase version is also getting a facelift. The VW Tiguan Allspace is now available with two new gasoline engines and a revised infotainment system.

31-05-2021 | Automated Driving | News | Article

Infineon and Reality AI Add Hearing to ADAS

Infineon Technologies has developed a sensor solution with Reality AI that adds hearing to autonomous systems. This allows acoustic signals from other road users to be detected.

27-05-2021 | Automotive Manufacturing | News | Article

Semiconductor Shortage Leads to Major Production Losses

The semiconductor shortage has hit the automotive industry and its production hard. According to a new forecast, several million fewer vehicles will be produced worldwide in 2021.

11-05-2021 | Companies + Institutions | News | Article

New Mahle Development Center for Electronics and Mechatronics

Mahle has started operations at its new electronics and mechatronics development center in Changshu (China). Among other things, solutions for alternative drives are to be developed there.

10-05-2021 | Internal Combustion Engine | News | Article

Toyota Develops Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engine

Toyota Motor Corporation has announced the development of an H2 internal combustion engine. The three-cylinder engine is to be used in this year’s 24-hour race in Fuji (Japan).

07-05-2021 | Automated Driving | News | Article

Future Volvo Models to Run with Nvidia Drive Orin

Car manufacturer Volvo is intensifying its collaboration with chipmaker Nvidia. Future Volvo models will use Nvidia Drive Orin SoC technology, starting with the Volvo XC90 in 2022.

04-05-2021 | Automated Driving | News | Article

ZF Develops 4-D Full-range Radar for Automated Driving

Chinese automaker SAIC will use ZF’s new 4-D full-range radar in an SUV starting in 2022. It perceives the vehicle environment in four dimensions, including height.

30-04-2021 | Battery | News | Article

Svolt Starts Production of Cobalt-Free Lithium-ion Cells

Chinese battery manufacturer Svolt has begun production of cobalt-free cathode materials. They will be used in the nickel-manganese battery (NMX) cells that will start rolling off the production line in June 2021.

27-04-2021 | Electric Vehicles | News | Article

Audi A6 E-Tron Based on Electric PPE Platform

Audi will be showing the A6 E-Tron Concept at Auto Shanghai 2021. The vehicle is based on the all-electric PPE platform developed jointly with Porsche

23-04-2021 | Electric Vehicles | News | Article

Mercedes-Benz Presents the Electric S-Class EQS

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the EQS, a standalone model in the S-Class lineup. The electric luxury sedan will be launched in late summer 2021

20-04-2021 | Commercial Vehicles | News | Article

Bosch to Supply Fuel Cell Powertrain for Chinese Trucks

Bosch has established the Bosch Hydrogen Powertrain Systems joint venture with commercial vehicle manufacturer Qingling Motors. The first test fleet of trucks is scheduled to hit Chinese roads before the end of 2021.

13-04-2021 | Automotive Engineering | News | Article

Peugeot Reveals Third Generation 308 and a New Logo

French car manufacturer Peugeot has unveiled the third generation of the 308. Among other things, the grown compact class model is available with two plug-in hybrid drives.

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