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Sydney uni students have already shone with this amazing car when they entered the Guinness Book of Records driving 1000km on a single charge.
In case you missed it in the May/June edition Stuart Charity of AAAA discusses some of the issues around recalibration.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has begun the very first tests of its autonomous driving models.
Cutting the expense of testing could mean more use of carbon fiber reinforced plastics in cars and other forms of transport.
The Chinese are going hell for leather with AI and IoT production facilities building EVs super fast.
"We have developed a way to inflate very large airbags, like the one's needed in newer electric vehicles with roomier cockpits and comfort seating."
And here's the science bit! A Japanese study on how rain water can cause high strength steel to fracture.
On the road to 2035 and beyond, OEMs will come under increasing pressure to decarbonise their portfolio.
There are so many interesting technologies employed to bring down cost and shave off weight to increase range.
The deal is a significant investment in autonomous vehicle technology and development.
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.