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Barbarian Bernhardt Approved To Wreck What’s Left Of Livable Climate – But Hey! Have You Seen @LATimes New Food Section? Too Bad Kids, Foodies Rule!#JoeTakesOnTheNews

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#FridaysForFuture carbon producers climate change Climate Emergency Climate Strike Collusion corruption environment environmental justice, environmental racism Evil fascism fossil fuels News Truth & Reality white privilege David Bernhardt Los Angeles Times

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BMW Group Production leveraging virtual reality and augmented reality applications

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BMW Group Production is focusing increasingly on easy-to-use and effective virtual (VR) and augmented (AR) reality applications. VR images, or artificially created images, are ever more realistic and hard to distinguish from real pictures. In AR applications, illustrations complement real images.

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2019 Audi E-tron ads take aim at electric myths

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One reason that electric-car adoption hasn't taken off faster is that, while automakers market the heck out of the benefits of SUVs and crossover vehicles, they launch EVs with nary a peep.

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Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV hits 200,000 global sales

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Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) announced that the world’s first plug-in hybrid SUV, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, has achieved sales of 200,000 units worldwide since its launch in 2013.

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Tesla Model 3 updates: Leasing, Autopilot standard, base model limited

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Tesla announced major changes to its model lineup Thursday, especially the Model 3, in an effort to shore up sales. After the federal tax credit available on its cars halved Jan. 1, Tesla has dropped prices, added features, streamlined its model lineup, and introduced new lower-priced options for the Model 3, including the long-promised $35,000. Elon Musk self-driving cars Tesla Autopilot

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Researchers develop concept for ultra-fast hydrogen sensor; plasmonic metal–polymer hybrid nanomaterial

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Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, with colleagues from Delft Technical University, the Technical University of Denmark and the University of Warsaw, have developed ultra-fast hydrogen sensors that could the future performance targets for use in hydrogen-powered vehicles.

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Best deals on electric, plug-in, and hybrid cars for April 2019

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Just because tax credits are winding down on some of the most popular plug-in cars doesn't mean there are no deals to be found. Green Car Reports' carbuying partners at scour automakers' rebates and incentives every month and have found some great lease and sales discounts on electric, plug-in, and hybrid cars for April, starting as. plug-in cars deals Honda Clarity EV

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Top five things we learned this week

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Amid Brexit delays and Assange arrests, we come to you on time and with diplomatic immunity intact to reveal some of the biggest news this week

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Ford Europe reveals Transit Smart Energy Concept; maximizing EV efficiency and range

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Ford has revealed the new Transit Smart Energy Concept—a one-of-a-kind 10-seater minibus that is helping the company explore solutions for maximizing the energy efficiency and driving range of electrified vehicles.

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Report: EPA backs off plans to freeze fuel economy rules–slightly

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EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced Thursday that the agency will delay and revise its plan to freeze emissions and fuel-economy rules, which was expected to be released early this month. The proposed rule, the Safer Affordable Fuel-Efficient Vehicles Rule, would freeze fuel-economy standards at 2020 levels through 2026 and reverse. emissions EPA Andrew Wheeler

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ZF introduces coPILOT system for next-gen ADAS powered by ZF ProAI and NVIDIA DRIVE; “Level 2+” system

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ZF announced ZF coPILOT, an intelligent advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) leading to enhanced safety and driving comfort opportunities. Leveraging the power of AI and equipped with a comprehensive sensor set, vehicles can perform various automated driving functions, especially on freeways.

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Tesla Model 3 leasing, EPA proposal, Audi ads, deals for April: Today's Car News

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Tesla revised its lineup—again—and introduced leasing for the Model 3. EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced that the agency will delay and revise a proposed freeze on fuel economy standards. New ads for the Audi e-tron quattro take on EV doubts directly. And we round up the best deals on plug-in, electric, and hybrid cars this. EPA deals Ads Tesla Autopilot Andrew Wheeler

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Volkswagen Motorsport leaning on computer simulations to accelerate the continuous development of the ID. R electric racer

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The ongoing development of Volkswagen’s ID. R electric racer ( earlier post ) is in full swing.

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Tesla Model 3 ‘Standard Range’ could have £26k price tag

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Tesla Model 3 ‘Standard Range’ could have £26k price tag

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Renault-Nissan Alliance establishes Joint Innovation Hub in China to accelerate technology development for new mobility

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Renault and Nissan have established a new research and development joint venture in Shanghai, China: the Alliance Automotive Research and Development (Shanghai), Ltd., which will be referred to as Alliance Innovation Lab Shanghai (AIL-SH). Renault and Nissan each hold 50% of this new entity which will conduct research and development focusing on autonomous drive, connected vehicles and electric vehicles.

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Study suggests some filtering of particulates from diesel exhaust may worsen allergy-induced lung impairment due to increase in NO2

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Air pollution from diesel engines may worsen allergy-induced lung impairment more when tiny particles are filtered from the exhaust than when they are not, according to new research published online in the American Thoracic Society’s American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. This counter-intuitive result may be due to the fact that some particle-depletion technologies, including the one used by the researchers, increase the amount of nitrogen dioxide (NO 2 ) in the exhaust.

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