18 October 2019
18 October 2019
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Ford introduces North America’s largest EV Charging Network

Ford introduces North America’s largest EV Charging Network

Ford is giving future all-electric vehicle customers the confidence to enjoy a hassle-free electric lifestyle. By providing easy access to more electric vehicle public charging stations in North America than any other automaker, Ford will make it easier for customers to find a place to charge when the company starts delivering new models next year.

3D Printed Self-Driving Shuttle, Olli, undergoes testing at GoMentum Station

3D Printed Self-Driving Shuttle, Olli, undergoes testing at GoMentum Station

Local Motors by LM Industries Group Inc., AAA Northern California and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) are testing an innovative solution to the “first mile, last mile” challenge that many commuters in the San Francisco Bay Area and across the country face on a daily basis.

Cityscoot e-mopeds to launch on the Uber app in Paris

Cityscoot e-mopeds to launch on the Uber app in Paris

In a global first, from next month more than 4,000 Cityscoot e-mopeds will be available to book and pay for directly in the Uber app. Alongside cars, bikes, scooters and transit, the addition of e-mopeds means residents in Paris will have access to more shared mobility options than any other city in the world.

Buick launches VELITE 6 PLUS MAV Electric Vehicle in China

Buick launches VELITE 6 PLUS MAV Electric Vehicle in China

Buick launched the VELITE 6 PLUS MAV (multi-activity vehicle) electric vehicle today in China. The newest member of the VELITE 6 family, the VELITE 6 PLUS has a constant-speed range of up to 410 kilometres under New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) conditions on a single charge. This enables it to fully meet the daily transportation needs of most urban users.

Continental and 3M partner to further develop infrastructure-to-vehicle (I2V) interfaces

Continental and 3M partner to further develop infrastructure-to-vehicle (I2V) interfaces

Continental announced that it has entered into a collaborative evaluation partnership with 3M to assess the infrastructure-to-vehicle (I2V) interface between infrastructure-related objects and technologies (including pavement markings, conspicuity film, signs and other landmarks on or near the roadway environment), and vehicle-related technologies.

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