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Tesla’s Model Y Crossover Image Teased!!!


Tesla Model Y is likely to be unveiled in 2019 or 2020 and will be built on an all-new platform and the electric carmaker plans to position the Model Y compact crossover below the Model X. Tesla has unveiled the first teaser images of its upcoming all-electric compact SUV, Model Y at the company’s 2017 Annual Shareholder Meeting at the ... Read More »

Audi Plans To Introduce Three New Electric Vehicles By 2020


Audi revealed its plans to launch three new electric vehicles by 2020 to its shareholders at its annual general meeting in Neckarsulm, Germany. Automakers have been aggressively working towards launching their electric vehicle products. Audi, is all set for the electrification of its line-up by 2020. Audi revealed its plans to launch three new electric vehicles, the E-Trons by 2020 ... Read More »

Porsche Panamera E-Hybrid Likely To Get A High-Output Variant: Reports


The new car is likely to be named as Panamera 4S E-Hybrid and is likely to weigh nearly 250 kgs more than the Panamera Turbo. Porsche has planned for a high performance E-Hybrid variant of the Porsche Panamera, which is likely to be unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, scheduled to be held next month. The new high output ... Read More »

After Driverless Cars, Uber All Set To Explore Flying Cars Space


Uber has hired former NASA advanced aircraft engineer, Mark Moore as the director of engineering for its aviation segment. After entering the driverless cars space, Uber is reportedly in plans to offer on-demand air taxis in urban areas. The ride hailing app company has hired former NASA advanced aircraft engineer Mark Moore as the director of engineering for its aviation ... Read More »

Honda Teams Up With Hitachi To Develop Electric Vehicle Motors For EVs


Both companies will invest around $44.5 million in this joint venture. As part of the deal, 51 percent of the joint venture will be owned by Hitachi and the remaining percentage of share will be owned by Hitachi. Taking cognizance of the growth of Electric Vehicles (EVs) segment all over the world, Honda Motors and Hitachi Automotive Systems have inked ... Read More »

Global Plug-in Vehicles Sales Grew By 42 Percent In 2016: Reports


The plug-in volumes have increased more than three times since 2013 and had witnessed a growth rate of 42 percent last year. Global sales of plug-in vehicles were recorded at 773,600 units in 2016, which is 42 percent higher than 2015. The global plug-in sales for 2016 include all global BEV and PHEV passenger cars sales, light trucks in USA/Canada ... Read More »

Tata Motors Introduces Electric And Hybrid Buses In India


The series of Electric buses launched by Tata Motors include the Starbus Electric 9m, the Starbus Electric 12m and the Startbus Hybrid 12m buses. Tata Motors announced the launch of a series of eco-friendly buses in India on January 25. The series of Electric buses launched by the company include the Starbus Electric 9m, the Starbus Electric 12m and the ... Read More »

2017 Detroit Auto Show: Volkswagen Unveils Its I.D. BUZZ Microbus Concept


The I.D. BUZZ electronically mobile vehicles are built on the basis of four fields of innovations, namely, smart sustainability, automated driving, intuitive usability and connected community. Volkswagen revealed the I.D. BUZZ concept at the ongoing 2017 Detroit Auto Show. The Microbus is a new vehicle from Volkswagen’s stable that appears to take the era of electric mobility ahead, according to ... Read More »

Self Driving Cars: FCA Delivers 100 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Minivans To Waymo


Under this collaboration, engineers and professionals from FCA and Waymo worked together to ensure that Waymo’s self driving system is integrated to the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivan. Google’s self-driving car project Waymo and Fiat Crysler Automobiles (FCA) announced in December last year that the production of 100 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans has been completed. The minivans have been specifically ... Read More »

Hungary: Apollo Tyres Establishes Europe’s Largest Greenfield Tyre Manufacturing Facility


The manufacturing facility is located at Gyongyoshalasz near Budapest. Besides the production of tyres under Apollo’s brand name, this facility will also manufacture tyres under the Vredestein brand, which the company had acquired in 2009. Apollo Tyres has reportedly invested 475 million Euros to establish Europe’s largest greenfield manufacturing facility in Hungary. The company will start manufacturing tyres from early ... Read More »