Audi launches its urban mobility concept AI:ME

Audi launches its urban mobility concept AI:ME

At Auto Shanghai 2019, Audi is introducing a visionary mobility concept for the megacities of the future: The showcar, known as the Audi AI:ME, offers compact dimensions, a spacious, futuristic interior, and the ability to drive autonomously at level 4. This allows the occupants to do what they like with their time on board. The Audi AI:ME offers a broad range of high-tech features for communication, entertainment, or simply relaxation.

Kia HabaNiro Concept launched in New York

Kia HabaNiro Concept launched in New York

Kia unveiled the HabaNiro concept, a fully-electric, all-wheel drive, four-seat wonder car with an All Electric Range (AER) of more than 300 miles, level-five autonomous mode, butterfly wing doors and more advanced tech than what helped land men on the moon. This concept gives a prescient look into the future of mobility where automobiles will seamlessly integrate design, capability, usefulness and creativity.

11-12 June 2019
Coventry, United Kingdom

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China’s first Hydrogen car sharing project launched in Nan’an District of Chongqing

China’s first Hydrogen car sharing project launched in Nan’an District of Chongqing

Chongqing Nan’an District government, Chongqing Panda Automobile Rental Company and Chongqing Geosciences Industry Technology Institute Co., Ltd. signed a three-party strategic cooperation agreement to launch the hydrogen “sharing car” project, which will be the first of its kind in China.

Škoda brings its DigiLab to China

Škoda brings its DigiLab to China

Škoda has founded another spin-off of its innovation workshop in Beijing, called Škoda Auto DigiLab China, which is networking with the local start-up community to collaborate on projects. Here, the focus is on mobility of the future, digitalisation and the development and implementation of new business models.

Renault-Nissan Alliance opens new joint innovation centre in China

Renault-Nissan Alliance opens new joint innovation centre in China

Renault and Nissan, the French and Japanese automotive alliance partners, announced the establishment of a new research and development joint venture in Shanghai, China, the Alliance Automotive Research and Development (Shanghai), Ltd., which will be referred to as Alliance Innovation Lab Shanghai (AIL-SH).

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