EV firm saves luxury British car maker

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As a sign of changing times, Kamkorp Autokraft, part of the Frazer-Nash group has announced that it has acquired the assets and goodwill of iconic luxury brand, Bristol Cars, from its administrators. Green credentials administration Bristol Cars Frazer Nash Kamkorp Autokraft Luxury takeoverA luxury British car maker has been rescued from the scrapheap by a EV research and development firm.

Cabbies test London’s new electric range-extended taxi

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The new Metrocab taxi, developed by UK firms, Frazer-Nash Research and Ecotive, is expected to save the typical London cabbie between £20 or £40 a day th[.].

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New range-extended Metrocab could save cabbies up to £40 a day

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The new Metrocab taxi, built by UK firms, Frazer-Nash Research and Ecotive, was recently unveiled in London for the first time last month, when the city’s Ma[.].

Range-extended electric Metrocab licensed to carry fare-paying passengers in London

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The Metrocab’s Range-Extended-Electric (REE) technology, developed by Frazer-Nash Research and Ecotive, delivers a range of 560 km (348 miles), typically saving a London taxi driver £20-£40 (US$31-$61) per day based on the average cab duty cycle in the capital. The range-extended electric Metrocab has become the first zero-emission-capable taxi to be licensed by Transport for London to operate on a trial basis as a London Hackney Carriage.

Mayor of London: all new London taxis will need to be zero-emission capable from 2018

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The Mayor confirmed his plan at Transport for London’s (TfL’s) “New Taxis for London” event, at which he met five manufacturers developing zero emission capable taxis—Frazer-Nash, Nissan, Karsan, London Taxi Company and Mercedes-Benz.