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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
More on Natural Gas Vehicles
According to NaturalGas.org, “The United States has vast resources of natural gas available for extraction.
Blog Published: 6/6/2012
A Go for Start-Stop
97% of those surveyed are interested.
Blog Published: 5/24/2012
SEMA Sees Improvements Rolling
While recent OEM sales numbers have shown continued strength and indicate a slow-but-sure recovery in the auto segment, another data point is worth noting in this regard.
Blog Published: 5/16/2012
Autoliv’s Second Belt System
This is the Renault Twizy.
Blog Published: 5/14/2012
Ram Goes from Four To Eight (Speeds)
If you want to get a sense of how competitive it is in the powertrain space, consider what’s happened to the Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck.
Blog Published: 5/2/2012
TRW Provides Touch Tech
Although resembling something that one might see in a Scandinavian furniture display, this is actually a multifunctional controller that deploys a capacitive touchpad sensor that incorporates advanced handwriting recognition.
Blog Published: 4/26/2012
Thin Is In Under the Hood
  Unless you’re a powertrain engineer or someone who is working on vehicle packaging, chances are you don’t think a whole lot about radiators, especially as they’ve been around a long, long time (attributed to Karl Benz, 1844-1929—yes, “Benz” ...
Blog Published: 3/23/2012

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