Automotive Technology

Hyundai and Kia have formed a consultative body to develop mobility solutions to explore the surface of the moon.

High Strength and Advanced High-Strength Steel (AHSS) portfolios have grown to more than 60 grades available for use in designing and optimising Steel E-Motive’s autonomous BEV architecture.

Chery’s New Energy Vehicle, OMODA 5, is coming to the Australian market.

"We are excited to confirm our first battery electric vehicle, the Solterra, in 2023."

Steel E-Motive looks at the future of self-driving cars in cities.

Statement on bumper fascia repair with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems.

HELLA has produced a series of free webinars on lighting and electronics.

63% of Aussie consumers would like to see cleaner and more sustainable commercial vehicle fleets on the road and 52% are likely to consider an electrified vehicle for their next vehicle purchase

Driverless electric taxis will be launched this month.

Plenty of aluminium and ultra high strength steel as well as a raft of ADAS and other safety systems.

BASF has been selected as the cell development partner for the next generation lithium-ion battery.

The supplier uses hydrogen and electricity from 100 % renewable energy sources instead of coking coal in steel production.

The complex new bodyshell uses aluminium, steel magnesium and carbon fibre composites.

The latest Transit is loaded with ADAS and other technologies (see list on previous page) that need to be taken into account when repairing these vans.

The E-GMP will underpin Hyundai's plans to introduce 23 BEV models including 11 dedicated BEV models, and sell more than 1 million BEVs worldwide by 2025.

Training is essential to cope with an era of high voltage vehicles says Dean Lander, Head of Repair Sector Services, Thatcham Research