Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that it would exhibit the
latest version of the xAUTO, a vehicle capable of autonomous driving on
surface roads without high-definition maps and autonomous parking both
indoors and outdoors, during the 46th Tokyo Motor Show 2019 at the Tokyo
Big Sight exhibition complex.
A strategic agreement for the design development of a new range of
products has been signed at the Evergrande headquarters in Shenzen,
China, by Pininfarina CEO Silvio Angori and Hui Kayan, Chairman of
As of November 2020, 156 electrical brand new low entry and low floor
Ebusco busses will be in operation in the region of Amsterdam, Schiphol
airport and the inner city of Haarlem under the brand of Connexxion
(part of Transdev Netherlands), which will replace the current fleet of
diesel and gas busses.
Toyota announced that it has delivered and integrated its first fuel
cell stack into the new city bus by CaetanoBus SA, the H2.City Gold,
which was presented in a world premiere at Busworld 2019 in Brussels.
Nissan donated two Nissan LEAF vehicles to the United Nations
Development Programme in Namibia. The donation will showcase the impact
electric mobility will have to the sustainable development goals and to
quality of life in Southern Africa.
IONITY, joint venture between the BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford Motor
Company, and the Volkswagen Group with Porsche AG, announced that it
will expand its UK network with a High Power Charging station in Gretna
Green. This makes it Scotland’s fastest EV charging station.
Ford is putting to bed one of the biggest concerns for electric vehicle
owners – that they won’t be able to charge quickly and conveniently –
with a comprehensive Ford Charging Solutions ecosystem that will deliver
charging access at home and across Europe.
CalAmp, a technology solutions pioneer transforming the mobile connected
economy, announced its subsidiary, LoJack Mexico, has established a
strategic alliance with the Volkswagen Group’s truck and bus
manufacturing division, MAN Truck & Bus Mexico.
Toyota Motor Corporation announced that it will display its new,
production-ready Ultra-compact BEV (battery electric vehicle) at the
Future Expo special exhibition of the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show ahead of the
vehicle’s planned commercial launch in Japan in 2020.