Ford revealed full UK pricing for the stylish new Ford Puma, with high
specification First Edition models to be exclusively offered for
delivery from January, ahead of the full range becoming available to
order early next year.
Zenuity, the assisted and autonomous driving software company, has taken
another significant step with the inclusion of its assisted driving and
safety software in Volvo Cars’ soon-to-be-revealed fully electric XC40
sports utility vehicle.
Elektrobit (EB), a cutting edge global supplier of embedded and
connected software products for the automotive industry, has signed a
long-term collaboration agreement with MBition, a wholly owned
subsidiary of Daimler AG.
Kapsch TrafficCom (Kapsch) has received certification for compliance and
conformance for its RIS-9160 and RIS-9260 roadside units (RSU) from the
OmniAir Consortium, an association focused on improving processes and
products for tolling and connected vehicles (CV).
Chinese real estate group Evergrande’s e-mobility arm, Evergrande New
Energy Automobile Group, has signed strategic cooperation agreements
with automotive companies including the FEV Group, EDAG, IVA Group, AVL
Xpeng Motors announced that the Xpeng P7, the intelligent electric coupe
set for launch in the spring of 2020, will be the first to implement
Internet Finance Authentication Alliance (IFAA) standards-compliant
authentication digital car key technology.
The first-ever customer delivery of a fully electric MG has taken place
at Bushey Heath Garage, Bushey, Hertfordshire, where Richard Jackson
received the keys to his new ZS EV Exclusive in stylish Dynamic Red.
Baidu, Inc. debuted Apollo Robotaxi in Changsha, Hunan province, with
the first batch of 45 self-driving taxis officially starting trial
operations on urban roads. Apollo Robotaxi deploys L4 Hongqi EV vehicles
jointly developed with Chinese carmaker FAW Group.
EVBox, a leading global manufacturer of electric vehicle charging
stations and charging management software, is now connected to GIREVE’s
platform, opening its charging points to GIREVE’s e-mobility service
Nine local authorities across Wales are set to receive hundreds of
thousands of pounds from the UK Government’s Office for Low Emission
Vehicles (OLEV) to install electric vehicle charge points in car parks
in residential areas.