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Starting in 2020, all of the Jaguar Land Rover new vehicle launches will be electrified. New news came at Tech Fest 2017 in London yesterday, when the company’s Chief Executive Dr. Ralf Speth laid out JLR’s electrification strategy. Included were details on the Jaguar I-PACE, Jaguar E-Type Zero classic sports car, and the Jaguar Future-Type […]

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During his keynote presentation yesterday at the Consumer Electronic Show, Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn stated that a second-generation Leaf is coming “in the near future,” though he gave no information regarding driving range or a date and model year. It is known that Nissan has already developed a 60-kWh lithium-ion battery as suggested on the […]

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Ford and Toyota are leading a consortium with automakers and technology suppliers to standardize in-vehicle apps, making sure that Apple and Google can’t take control over connectivity between drivers and their smartphones. So far, Mazda, PSA Group, Subaru’s owner, Fuji Heavy Industries, and Suzuki have joined their SmartDeviceLink Consortium. Honda may be considering joining. Suppliers […]

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Late to the game, Britain’s largest car manufacture Jaguar Land Rover knows that if it wants to be competitive and be a player in the marketplace, it must join the crowd and develop autonomous vehicle technology. The luxury automaker isn’t going let everyone pass it by, so the company will create a fleet of more […]

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The partnerships between carmakers and tech companies to develop self-driving cars has grabbed headlines for some time, but that’s not the only automotive technology seeing supplier-automaker collaboration. Volkswagen and South Korean LG Electronics announced they will jointly create a next-generation cloud-based infotainment technology for connected cars “over the coming years.” The first step is to […]

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As vehicles incorporate higher numbers of computers and electronic components, the issue of upgrading, updating or replacing software gains importance; companies are now aiming at updating these software wirelessly, taking advantage of the newly connected side of cars. Symphony Teleca Corporation (STC) and Movimento are two such companies. They announced both will offer a cost-efficient […]

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