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Fiat 500 and Panda first FCA models to be fitted with new mild-hybrid technology

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The Fiat 500 and Fiat Panda will be the first FCA models to adopt the group’s new hybrid technology.

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Harman audio system for EVs could help boost range, allow OTA upgrades

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Range numbers aren’t just a deterrent for electric-car ownership; they’re a source of anxiety for automakers developing EVs.

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Oxbotica and Navtech start joint development of integrated radar-based navigation & perception system

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Oxbotica, a developer of autonomous vehicle software, and Navtech, a global radar solution company, are developing a radar-based navigation and perception system to be launched this year.

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With Geely, Daimler sends Smart electric-car brand to China

Green Car Reports

Mercedes-Benz and Geely announced on Wednesday that its fully electric city-car brand, Smart, is going Chinese.

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Visteon collaborates with Tencent to launch SmartCore domain controller on new Aion LX electric vehicle platform from GAC

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Smart to China, Best Electric Car To Buy, future audio systems at CES: Today’s Car News

Green Car Reports

Audio systems could be a bit different for electric vehicles. Smart is moving to China. And what’s the best electric car to buy? This and more, today at Green Car Reports.

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Hexagon, Hyundai and Valeo unveil a high-precision vehicle positioning system

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At CES 2020 in Las Vegas, Hyundai; Hexagon’s Positioning Intelligence Division; Valeo; and a major mobile network operator are presenting a new technology capable of pinpointing a vehicle’s exact location while on the road. Using proprietary centimeter-level precision called High-Precision Positioning (HPP), the system can further enhance a vehicle’s advanced active safety technologies.

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VW opens N American center of excellence for autonomous vehicle R&D

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Volkswagen has opened a North American center of excellence for autonomous vehicle research and development under a new subsidiary, Volkswagen Autonomy, Inc. The new center is part of a global subsidiary, Volkswagen Autonomy GmbH, that will work towards making self-driving vehicles a reality at global scale. The center will be based at Volkswagen’s Innovation and Engineering Center California in Belmont, and anticipates hiring 50 to 100 experts in Systems Engineering and Architecture this year.

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Top five concept cars revealed at CES

Green Cars News

With each passing year the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) grows in prominence on the automotive calendar, to the point it has forced the traditional big US automotive event, the North American International Auto Show, from its January slot into June

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Two largest US automotive trade associations merge: Alliance for Automotive Innovation

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Global Automakers and The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers—the two largest automotive industry trade associations in the US—merged to form a new association leveraging the expansive history of both organizations while creating a single, unified industry voice.

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Renault Clio hybrid and Captur plug-in hybrid to debut at Brussels Motor Show

Green Cars News

At this year’s Brussels Motor Show (10-19 January), Renault will premiere electrified versions of its two best-sellers: the all-new Clio E-Tech and all-new Captur E-Tech plug-in

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14 US fleets launch ACT Fleet Forum; best practices on adopting advanced, clean transportation technologies

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Fourteen leading US fleets announced the formation of the ACT Fleet Forum , an educational initiative to share best practices between participating fleets, as well as top technology providers and fuel suppliers on adopting advanced, clean transportation technologies.

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First drive review: Volkswagen Golf 2020

Green Cars News

This is peak family hatchback

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USABC awards $919,000 Li-ion active material coating technology assessment contract to Physical Sciences; EV requirements

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The United States Advanced Battery Consortium LLC ( USABC ), a subsidiary of the United States Council for Automotive Research LLC (USCAR), and a collaborative organization of FCA US LLC, Ford Motor Company and General Motors, has awarded a $919,000 contract to Physical Sciences Inc. PSI) for an active material coating technology assessment. The contract award, which includes a 50% cost share, funds an 18-month project that began last year.

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