A major sourcing hub for vehicles, components and mobility technologies, India is the site of three Stellantis manufacturing plants, ICT hub and software center, and research and development center.
Ford of Europe joined 27 companies in petitioning European Union leaders to ensure all new cars and vans in Europe are zero emission by 2035 and to establish mandatory targets for charging infrastructure.
The week’s theme, “Drive So Others Survive!”, asked Australians to monitor their own driving behaviors to ensure the safety of drivers, passengers, and pedestrians.
According to organizers, the program promises to provide key insights into self-management, self-awareness, motivation and communication skills, as well as practical ways to develop these skills and apply them in personal and work environments.
Australian transport fuel company Ampol has announced the rollout of five electric vehicle fast-charger sites, the initial steps in a planned national charging network. The network, branded as AmpCharge, will provide at-home and on-the-road service, leveraging the company’s existing infrastructure.
The new E‑Transit Custom will be supported by Ford Pro software, charging, service, and financing solutions via one platform to help increase uptime and reduce operating costs and promises a targeted driving range of up to 380 km (236 miles), DC fast-charging, and full towing capability.
According to the company, Keko is the only 100% contactless carsharing service offered in the region. Available 24 hours per day without advance reservation, the service provides a choice of compact, compact-plus, premium and van models.
The all-new bZ4X debuts in Japan, is available for lease only, and offers a driving range of 347 miles (559 km). Toyota plans to install rapid chargers at all dealers in Japan by 2025, at first mostly in urban where demand is high for BEVs.
Fiat, Mercedes, Skoda, Tesla, and KIA all garnered high praise from the venerable automotive magazine.
The Shell Recharge network - powered by 100% renewable electricity - will help meet growing German demand for EV charging infrastructure from both consumers and fleets and further accelerate future e-mobility adoption across the country.
The Soul lineup now include LX, S, EX, GT-Line, GT-Line Tech trimlines. The refreshed Soul is powered by a single powertrain: a 2.0L inline four-cylinder. Kia’s intelligent variable transmission is standard for all trims.
Renault Group comprises four brands – Renault, Dacia, Alpine, and Mobilize - and holds alliances with Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors. Established in more than 130 countries, the Group sold 2.7 million vehicles in 2021 and employs nearly 111,000 people.
The carmaker’s ultimate aim is an entirely electric- or fuel-cell vehicle product line by 2040. Honda also plans to build dedicated production plants in China and an EV production line in North America.
Global integrated mobility solutions provider Arval announced the company recorded “strong and continued organic” first-quarter growth of its funded fleet: +6.5% versus same time last year.
A “gathering of fleet operators, technology companies, OEMs, city officials, community advocates, and road safety experts from around the world,” the forum aims to foster safe, healthy, and equitable mobility.