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Toyota and Mazda have been talking about working together on electrified vehicles and connected cars Today a Mazda executive told Automotive News and other reporters at a briefing in Tokyo the carmakers are mulling at least 10 potential areas for cooperation. Akira Marumoto, Mazda’s executive vice president, told reporters that the two companies have been […]

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The U.s. Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) is awarding $32 million for 10 projects delivering the latest in connected, autonomous, and electrified technologies for passenger and commercial vehicles. General Motors, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and eight university research centers have been awarded funds aimed at reducing vehicle energy usage by 20 percent by […]

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BMW Group is reportedly ready to announce a development partnership for autonomous vehicle technology with Mobileye and Intel. According to people familiar with the matter today, BMW CEO Harald Krueger is expected to join senior executives from Israeli collision detection software maker Mobileye and U.S. chipmaker Intel for an event Friday announcing details on the […]

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This week General Motors outlined its accomplishments and commitments to electrified vehicles, carsharing, mobility, and autonomous vehicles in its annual Sustainability Report. In a letter to stakeholders, GM’s chairman and CEO Mary Barra said she believes the auto industry will be changing more in the next five years than it has in the last 50. […]

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IDTechEx believes the global sale of hybrid and pure electric cars will triple to $178.9 billion in 2024 as these vehicles are transformed in most respects. The IDTechEx market research firm is providing up-to-date ten-year forecasts in their new report titled “Hybrid and Pure Electric Cars 2014-2024.” The firm stated the report includes extensive chapters […]

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As has been well publicized, BMW is stepping forward into the advanced electrified vehicle market, and recently it showed it has been looking as deeply as it can into where it’s going. Speaking with WardsAuto at the i3 launch, BMW Global marketing head Peter Schwarzenbauer predicted the U.S. and China will be the largest markets […]

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