Month: February 2020

As part of a consortium, Sprint Power, a new British technology company specialising in the innovation of electric propulsion, has been awarded £3.4million of funding from the UK government to develop wireless charging modules for taxis. The West Midlands based business is tasked with the development of a custom wireless charging interface module and software,
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Tesla Inc.’s plans to build a factory outside Berlin could be under threat if construction work doesn’t begin by mid-March, according to the economy minister for the Brandenburg region where the site is located. Under German environmental regulations, the project in the town of Gruenheide could be delayed by nine months unless work begins before
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The 2020 Toyota Yaris goes far on thrift and short on just about everything else.  The subcompact sedan starts at just $16,605 (including $955 destination) in base L trim. The sedan and hatchback are offered in LE and XLE trim, which tops out at $19,705.  Despite that low starting price, the Yaris is undercut by
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DETROIT — This year’s rollout of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ latest Uconnect connected-vehicle platform will highlight an incongruous dynamic in the automaker’s technology portfolio. While FCA has lagged rivals in areas such as electrification and vehicle autonomy, the company by many accounts has been able to master one of the industry’s most frustrating stumbling blocks: infotainment.
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