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Toyota bringing advanced ITS technology to mass-market models in Japan; V2X

By the end of 2015, Toyota will make a new ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) safety package available on three models in Japan. The package, named ITS Connect, uses Japan’s standardized ITS frequency of 760 MHz to receive and share data transmitted by external infrastructure and other vehicles. Equipping ITS on these three models will make Toyota the world’s first automaker to bring a driver assist function that uses a dedicated ITS frequency to market.

JAC and Ricardo develop production version of HyBoost concept; seeking 30% boost in fuel economy with same performance

Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Group Co Ltd (JAC) and Ricardo are collaborating on a project to develop the Ricardo HyBoost concept (earlier post)—a combination of low-cost technologies to deliver improved performance and fuel economy which featured recently in the Ricardo Centenary celebrations —into volume produc

Honda to highlight new FCV, NSX hybrid, NEOWING hybrid, production model of Odyssey Hybrid at Tokyo Motor Show

At the upcoming 44th Tokyo Motor Show 2015, Honda will showcase its all-new fuel cell vehicle—tentatively being called the FCV&mdash NSX hybrid supercar, and NEOWING three-wheeler hybrid, as well as stage the Japan premiere of the all-new Civic Type R and the planned production model of the Odyssey Hybrid equipped with the further advanced SPORT HYBRID-iMMD (Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive) system.

Renesas introducing R-Car W2R 5.9 GHz automotive wireless communication SoC for V2X communication

Renesas Electronics Corporation announced the R-Car W2R system-on-a-chip (SoC), the first member of the new Renesas R-Car Family of devices developed specifically for V2X applications. The new automotive wireless communication SoC is designed for Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communication in the 5.9-gigahertz (GHz) band.

Tesla Reveals Model X

After two years of production delays (and an hour late to the stage), the Tesla Model X has made its official debut.
CEO Elon Musk presented an assortment of white, black, ruby and sapphire blue Model X crossovers before a packed crowd at the Solyndra factory now operated by Tesla. Although full details were not included, many unknowns about this all-electric vehicle have been revealed, including performance specifications for the most-powerful vserions.
“This goes so fast, it’s wrong,” said Musk.

Boutique German Carmaker Artega Comes Back From Bankruptcy with 400-HP EV

After filing for bankruptcy in 2012, German automaker Artega is back with an all-electric vehicle.
First established as a niche sports car manufacturer for the European market, Artega had Henrik Fisker pen its GT sports car that debuted with either a V6 engine or an electric powertrain. The company then ran into financial issues, filed for bankruptcy and ultimately merged with German supplier Paragon.

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