1 November 2019
1 November 2019
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Audi offers free charging, parking and shuttle service at Munich airport

Audi offers free charging, parking and shuttle service at Munich airport

Audi is launching a free initiative for all electric and plug-in hybrid car owners at Munich Airport, under the name of “Charge & Fly”. Until the end of the year, interested drivers can recharge their electric car or plug-in hybrid vehicle with green power while they are away, and park for free.

Ouster to supply OS1 LiDAR sensor for Ike’s Automated Trucks

Ouster to supply OS1 LiDAR sensor for Ike’s Automated Trucks

Ouster, a leading provider of high-resolution LiDAR sensors for autonomous vehicles, robotics, security, and mapping, has been selected by Ike as a primary LiDAR supplier to bring safe, reliable automated trucking to market.

Hyundai launches all electric rural carsharing service in Spain

Hyundai launches all electric rural carsharing service in Spain

Hyundai Motor Spain has launched VIVe, the first rural carsharing service in Spain. The only brand with five ECO technologies available on the market once again demonstrates its commitment to the environment by creating solutions for the mobility of the future.

Citroën launches an electric offensive on its LCV range

Citroën launches an electric offensive on its LCV range

Citroën is one of the leading players in the Light Commercial Vehicles market, as is consistently proven by its excellent sales. The brand’s centenary year in 2019 has highlighted the innovative styling that has remained a constant throughout the brand’s history, such as the 2CV van, Type H, C15 or Berlingo.

Ford to equip most redesigned vehicles in the US with advanced over-the-air update capability

Ford to equip most redesigned vehicles in the US with advanced over-the-air update capability

In 2020, Ford will begin equipping most redesigned vehicles in the US with advanced over-the-air update (OTA) technology, making it easy to wirelessly upgrade vehicles with quality, capability and convenience updates that can help improve vehicles over time and reduce dealer trips. Ford quickly becomes a leader in launching bumper-to-bumper OTAs for nearly all vehicle computer modules, including in conventional gas-engine vehicles.

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