The electronics architecture of the modern generation of vehicles is undergoing a profound transformation, moving away from the many individual control units of current cars and towards a small number of high-performance computers. In the future, they will provide the computing power for the functional domains in the vehicle.
Volkswagen of America today marked the start of construction for its electric vehicle production facility. The Chattanooga site, where production begins in 2022, will be Volkswagen’s North American assembly base for electric vehicles.
Green Car Journal has announced finalists for the magazine’s coveted 2020 Green Car of the Year and 2020 Green SUV of the Year awards. Rising to the top for consideration as 2020 Green Car of the Year are the Ford Escape, Hyundai Sonata, Kia Soul, Mazda3, and Toyota Corolla.
Chinese electric bus maker BYD has received its first order from one of Norway’s principal public transport providers, Unibuss. A total of 23 new 12 metre 100% emissions-free, pure-electric BYD electric buses are scheduled for delivery in Q2 2020 for operation on routes in and around the Norwegian capital, Oslo.
Rapid and widespread changes across all parts of the energy system are needed to put the world on a path to a secure and sustainable energy future
The newly launched Bidirectional Charging Management – BCM research project brings together companies and institutions from the automotive, energy and scientific sectors. They have teamed up to develop technological solutions for making electric mobility even easier and cheaper for users, with even lower emissions.