3 April 2020
3 April 2020
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automotiveEV are proud bring you the latest issue of eVISIONS – our exciting new monthly digital magazine.

eVISIONS will share regular exclusive features and interviews with all the global leading players from the electric vehicle, manufacturing, technology, infrastructure, sustainable transportation and energy space.

New project streamlining EV Fleet Charging using AI launched in London

New project streamlining EV Fleet Charging using AI launched in London

Moixa, UK Power Networks Services, UPS and Cross River Partnership (CRP) are participating in an innovation project, to optimise smart EV (electric vehicle) fleet charging. The project, EV Fleet-Centred Local Energy Systems (EFLES), will be delivered as a part of Innovate UK.

Barcelona ordering more electric Solaris buses

Barcelona ordering more electric Solaris buses

The biggest public transport operator in Spain’s capital city, Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB), has ordered 14 Solaris Urbino 18 electric buses.

Karma develops E-Flex platform solution to revolutionise e-mobility

Karma develops E-Flex platform solution to revolutionise e-mobility

Karma Automotive announced the introduction of the Karma E-Flex Platform, a highly versatile chassis that will offer new electric vehicle mobility solutions ranging from autonomously-driven utility vans, to ‘every-day’ driver vehicles, to high-performance supercars.

Next-generation Honda EVs to be powered by GM’s Ultium batteries

Next-generation Honda EVs to be powered by GM’s Ultium batteries

General Motors and Honda have agreed to jointly develop two all-new electric vehicles for Honda, based on GM’s highly flexible global EV platform powered by proprietary Ultium batteries. The exteriors and interiors of the new EVs will be exclusively designed by Honda, and the platform will be engineered to support Honda’s driving character.

Audi plans to bring 20 all-electric models to market in the next five years

Audi plans to bring 20 all-electric models to market in the next five years

Globally, by 2025, Audi is aiming to have 30 electrified models on sale, with 20 of those vehicles fully electric. It is an ambitious plan showing the brand’s global commitment for a more electrified and sustainable future.

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