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Volvo Cars and Uber partner to develop self-driving cars
By ABR Staff Writer
Volvo Cars and ride-hailing company Uber are joining forces for the development of next generation autonomous driving cars.
Design & Production > Design & Development > News
REV Group to introduce new brand World Trans
By ABR Staff Writer
REV Group is all geared up to introduce a new bus brand World Trans, due to the growing needs of the bus industry.
Design & Production > Automobile Manufacturing > News
EVEN Electric unveils multi brand retail concept to drive electric vehicle industry
By ABR Staff Writer
EVEN Electric, a new venture has been announced in Ottawa, Canada to drive global sales and distribution network for electric vehicle transportation with multi-brand, new and pre-owned vehicles through retail and online channels.
Green Technology > Green Powertrain > News
Motiv Power Systems opens new headquarters in Foster City, California
By ABR Staff Writer
Electric truck and bus powertrain manufacturer, Motive Power Systems has opened its new headquarters at 330 Hatch Drive in Foster City, California.
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MAHLE Powertrain to open new North American headquarters in Plymouth, Michigan
By ABR Staff Writer
MAHLE Powertrain is opening a new North American headquarters in Plymouth, Michigan later this year as part of a $16m North American expansion that will create new jobs and accelerate a variety of advanced engine-development programs.
Mechanical Parts > Engine and Drivetrain Parts > News
New automotive order results in better growth for voestalpine in US
By ABR Staff Writer
The technology and capital goods group voestalpine plans to increase its revenue in the NAFTA region from the present EUR 1.2 billion to EUR 3 billion by 2020.
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Ford plans to produce fully autonomous vehicle for ride sharing in 2021
By ABR Staff Writer
Ford is planning to mass produce driverless cars and introduce them in commercial operation in a ride-hailing service by 2021.
Design & Production > Design & Development > News
EPA and DOT finalize greenhouse gas and fuel efficiency standards for heavy-duty trucks
By ABR Staff Writer
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the US Department of Transportation's (DOT) National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have jointly finalized standards for medium and heavy-duty vehicles that will improve fuel efficiency and cut carbon pollution.
Green Technology > Green Powertrain > News
Cooper Standard buys AMI Industries' fuel and brake business
By ABR Staff Writer
Cooper Standard has entered into an agreement with AMI Industries to acquire the automotive fuel and brake business of AMI Industries and related companies.
Mechanical Parts > Brake Parts and Assemblies > News
DENSO to supply RV air conditioning systems for Tiffin Motorhomes
By ABR Staff Writer
DENSO Product and Services Americas has entered into an agreement with Tiffin Motorhomes to supply RV dash air-conditioning (AC) systems to be installed in Tiffin's entire line of Class A motorhomes.
Parts, Tires and Aftermarket > Electrical Products > News
Karma Automotive reveals Revero hybrid electric sports car
By ABR Staff Writer
Karma Automotive has officially revealed its new hybrid sedan Revero, which looks almost identical to the original Fisker Karma from outside.
Green Technology > Green Powertrain > News
SDK to expand VGCF production capacity used in automotive lithium ion batteries
By ABR Staff Writer
Showa Denko announced that it will expand the production capacity of VGCF: carbon nanofiber added to cathodes and anodes of lithium ion batteries (LIBs) to improve electrical conductivity.
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ULTRATEK to start phase 2 development for Ultera emissions control technology for gasoline vehicles
By ABR Staff Writer
Tecogen announced that its joint venture affiliate Ultra Emissions Technologies (ULTRATEK) is slated to begin Phase 2 testing and development of the Ultera emissions control technology for gasoline vehicles.
Design & Production > Design & Development > News
2017 Mazda 6 debuts with G-Vectoring control
By ABR Staff Writer
Mazda North American Operations has introduced the all new 2017 Mazda6 with improved driving experience features..
Design & Production > Design & Development > News
BorgWarner delivers VTG turbocharging technology for Hyundai and Kia models
By ABR Staff Writer
BorgWarner provides its latest variable turbine geometry (VTG) turbocharging technology for a wide range of Euro 6 diesel engines used for numerous Hyundai and Kia models of the Hyundai Motor Company worldwide.
Mechanical Parts > Engine and Drivetrain Parts > News
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