Audi’s e-tron charging service

Audi ahead of the world premiere of its first fully electric production model the e-tron SUV has put an end to fears over the car’s range. Although it has a decent range of about 400 kilometers (WLTP), for long distance commute, Audi offers a smart solution in the shape of the e-tron Charging Service, which handles the charging process swiftly and simply. Through its new charging service, Audi provides all e-tron customers and therefore also owners of plug-in models with access to around 80 percent of all public charging stations in Europe. At market launch there are already over 72,000 charging points available … Continue reading Audi’s e-tron charging service

Mercedes-Benz Vans Vision URBANETIC mobility concept

Mercedes-Benz Vans presents its Vision URBANETIC, a revolutionary mobility concept that goes way beyond existing ideas on autonomous vehicles. It enables on-demand sustainable and efficient movement of people and goods. The visionary concept is a self-driving, electrically powered chassis that can … Continue reading Mercedes-Benz Vans Vision URBANETIC mobility concept

Nissan discusses electric vehicle adoption with Australian Senators

Melbourne-Nissan Casting Australia Plant (NCAP) in Melbourne, Victoria recently hosted six Senators to outline the role NCAP plays in the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) at Nissan globally. The senators are members of a committee by the Australian Senate established … Continue reading Nissan discusses electric vehicle adoption with Australian Senators

Toyota and Uber joining hands for Automated Vehicle Technologies

TOKYO, Japan―Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) and Uber Technologies, Inc. (Uber) today announced that they have agreed to expand their collaboration with the aim of advancing and bringing to market autonomous ride-sharing as a mobility service at scale. To accomplish this, … Continue reading Toyota and Uber joining hands for Automated Vehicle Technologies