Karma Automotive announced the introduction of the Karma E-Flex
Platform, a highly versatile chassis that will offer new electric
vehicle mobility solutions ranging from autonomously-driven utility
vans, to ‘every-day’ driver vehicles, to high-performance supercars.
MobiledgeX, Inc., which is making edge computing widely accessible and
easy to consume, and Savari, Inc., a Silicon Valley-based auto tech
company and a pioneer of Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications
technology for smart infrastructure, announced a strategic partnership
to jointly enable enhanced Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) use
cases for automotive OEMs, their fleet management, and
London-based car and courier service Addison Lee has partnered with
coach platform Zeelo to deliver a combined offering; providing safe
transport and reliable logistics to support hospitals and healthcare
workers through the Coronavirus outbreak.
The BMW Group offered first virtual insights into the powertrain system
for the BMW i Hydrogen NEXT and reaffirmed its commitment to following a
carefully considered and systematic route to emission-free mobility.
At the 24-TOTAL-Autohof Lutterberg (A7 Kassel-Göttingen), an EV charging
park in Europe, consisting of a high-performance charging park of the
joint venture IONITY and a large charging park of the American electric
car manufacturer Tesla was inaugurated .
TuSimple, a global autonomous trucking technology company, announced
that it has established a comprehensive partnership with ZF, a leading
automotive supplier, to develop and commercialise technology for
Aptiv and Hyundai Motor Group announced that they have completed the
formation of their 50/50 autonomous driving joint venture aimed at
advancing the companies’ shared vision of making mobility more safe,
green, connected, and accessible.
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC), one of Asia’s leading
commercial vehicle manufacturers, announced its vision to make all new
vehicles for the Japanese market CO2-neutral by the year 2039.