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GMC Debuts Off-Road Sierra AT4

On Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018
GMC AT4 GMC is getting serious about off-roading. Meet the Sierra AT4, the Detroit truck staple’s latest all-terrain crusher. While the Sierra AT4 is not a direct shot across the bow of Ford’s Raptor or Ram’s Rebel, the full-size pickup was built to be capable enough to deftly tackle any unpaved adventures, while still providing an elevated ...

Mitsubishi Motors Executive Vice President And Chief Operating Offer Don Swearingen To Retire In June

On Tuesday, March 27th, 2018
Don_Swearingen Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) Executive Vice President (EVP) and Chief Operating Officer (COO) Don Swearingen announced he will retire, effective June 1, 2018.  Swearingen is staying until June 1 to assist in the transition between incoming President and CEO of MMNA Fred Diaz and outgoing President and CEO of MMNA Ryujiro Kobashi, who ...

Lexus Lc Coupe: Double Finalist In World Car Awards

On Tuesday, March 20th, 2018
2019 Lexus Lc The Lexus LC coupe is in contention for two of the 2018 World Car Awards, being one of three finalists in both the World Performance Car and Car Design of the Year titles. A panel of 82 automotive industry journalists from around the globe will determine the ultimate winners, to be announced at the New ...

Renault And EEM Create First “Smart Island” in Porto Santo

On Saturday, February 24th, 2018
Renault Zoe Groupe Renault, European electric vehicle leader, and EEM Empresa de Electricidade da Madeira, SA, which produces, transports and distributes and sells electricity on the two inhabited Portuguese islands of Madeira archipelago (Madeira and Porto Santo), announced the launch of a smart electric ecosystem on the island of Porto Santo. The government of the Autonomous Region ...

Fully Charged Reviews All-Electric Bollinger B1 SUV

On Monday, February 12th, 2018
Bollinger B1 SUV Last year, New York-based electric SUV startup Bollinger Motors introduced its battery-powered B1 off-roader at the Classic Car Club of Manhattan. Fully Charged Show host Robert Llewellyn took a look at the 100% electric Bollinger B1 SUV at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2017. He spoke with Jeff Holland, from Bollinger Motors, about this tough, practical and exciting ...

Researchers Have Found A Way to Make Carbon Fiber From Plants

On Sunday, February 4th, 2018
Carbon fiber Carbon fiber is glamorous. It helps shed precious pounds from performance-focused cars like those from McLaren (its carbon Monocell is pictured above) as well as upmarket eco-warriors like the BMW i3, and it is increasingly applied as merit-badge splashes of decor on sporty trims of myriad other vehicles. But it also has a dark side ...

Nissan Europe Announces Senior Management Change

On Wednesday, January 31st, 2018
Nissan Nissan in Europe today announced that Ken Ramirez is appointed Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing. Effective February 1st 2018, Ramirez will lead all sales and marketing efforts for Nissan in the region, with a focus on driving profitable growth whilst progressing the company towards its goal of becoming the most desirable Asian car brand ...

Volkswagen’s New EV Charging Network Aims To Rival Tesla’s

On Tuesday, January 30th, 2018
Electrify America is the Volkswagen-bankrolled organization that exists to atone with regulators for the automaker’s diesel scandal, and it’s gearing up to install thousands of chargers across the United States in an effort that is expected eventually to outdo Tesla’s Supercharger network as the biggest vehicle-charging infrastructure buildout ever. A Brand-Agnostic and (Mostly) Future-Proof Network ...

ABB And City Of Davos Pave The Way To Sustainable Mobility Through E-Vehicle Innovation

On Thursday, January 25th, 2018
ABB Davos For this year’s annual World Economic Forum, the city of Davos and ABB have teamed up in a long-term partnership to provide e-infrastructure for public and private transportation. Davos residents and WEF guests can experience the pioneering TOSA bus for themselves. The award-winning TOSA bus, developed by ABB in Switzerland, is already in use in ...

Lexus Ls Pushes The Boundaries Of Interior Craftsmanship

On Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018
LEXUS LS PUSHES Lexus has harnessed the elaborate craftsmanship of Japanese artisans and pushed the boundaries of industrial technology to incorporate stunning moulded glass panels inside the new flagship LS sedan. In a world first for a production vehicle, the new Lexus LS uses these exquisitely detailed works of art to create distinctive and beautiful ornamentation on the ...