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A-Class Looks Good in Green
Chances are, when you think of “green” technology, your mind goes to something that has a resemblance, if not a direct connection, to something that’s a cross between granola and cardboard.
Blog Published: 3/5/2013
Google, Audi, Hyundai, Kia and Navigation Apps
One of the things that Audi cleverly did was to integrate Google Earth into its navigation system.
Blog Published: 1/3/2013
Happy New Year: Michelin Tire, No Baby
Because today is New Year’s Day (Happy New Year! by the way), and because a baby is the symbol of the day, we’d hoped to run a picture of that cute baby ad that Michelin had run, with the baby in the tire and the headline, “Because so much is riding...
Blog Published: 1/1/2013
Nexteer Invests in Michigan for EPS Production
“Rapid adaptation of electric power steering is a direct result of automakers striving to meet new fuel economy regulations, and EPS enables up to a 6% improvement along with numerous driver-assist benefits,” says Laurent Bresson, president and COO ...
Blog Published: 12/20/2012
Honeywell Projects Turbocharged Growth
Anyone who has driven a turbocharged car is probably familiar with the “turbo-lag” phenomenon.
Blog Published: 11/12/2012
Putting the Brakes on Separate Systems
One of the issues related to implementing new technology in cars is that there is a tendency for things to be additive, which means that you have A, add B, then C. . .and before you know it, you have a whole lot of separate things, many of which hav...
Blog Published: 11/5/2012
Roland Berger on Lithium-ion Batteries
Lithium-ion battery producers are caught between a rock and a, well, rock, in effect, according to a study conducted by Roland Berger Strategy Consultants.
Blog Published: 10/29/2012
Bosch, Samsung and Electric Vehicles
Last week, the dissolution of SB LiMotive, the joint-venture between Bosch and Samsung SDI established in September 2008 for the development of battery systems for electromobility, was announced.
Blog Published: 9/14/2012
Tesla. And NVIDIA.
Although the Tesla Model S, which had its first customer deliveries last week, is just a car, it is in many regards more than a car for both the company and for the electric vehicle industry.
Blog Published: 6/27/2012
Better EV Motors Aim of British Program
One of the roadblocks (as though there needs to be more) in the way of the development of electric vehicles has to do with things like neodymium-iron-boron and samarium-cobalt.
Blog Published: 6/22/2012

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