12 June 2020
12 June 2020
AutomotiveEV Live

automotiveEV – Thriving in a post COVID-19 mobility world.

Join industry leaders from across the automotive and mobility space for a unique knowledge sharing and discovery experience.

A fully comprehensive five-day programme, delivered by leading speakers across our eVIRTUAL platform, will cover the latest trends and strategies in a post a Covid-19 mobility, electrification, autonomous, sustainability and technology landscape.

Auto makers and electricity sector call for rapid action on charging points under EU recovery plan

Auto makers and electricity sector call for rapid action on charging points under EU recovery plan

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) and Eurelectric welcomed the focus on infrastructure for electrically-chargeable vehicles in the coronavirus recovery plan announced by the European Commission.

Toyota to lead new R&D joint venture for commercial vehicle fuel cell systems in China

Toyota to lead new R&D joint venture for commercial vehicle fuel cell systems in China

Six companies that share a common vision for the widespread use of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in China signed a joint venture agreement for the establishment of United Fuel Cell System R&D (Beijing) Co., Ltd. (FCRD). FCRD’s primary business will be the development of fuel cell systems for commercial vehicles to contribute to the realization of a clean mobility society in China.

Preparations for BMW iX3 start of production proceeding according to plan

Preparations for BMW iX3 start of production proceeding according to plan

First pure electric model from BMW core brand will be produced on schedule in China for global market starting in late summer.

Xpeng receives production license for its Zhaoqing plant

Xpeng receives production license for its Zhaoqing plant

Xpeng Motors, a leading electric vehicle and technology company, revealed an inside view into its self-built wholly-owned factory in Zhaoqing, Guangdong Province.

Fiat Professional reveals the all electric E-Ducato

Fiat Professional reveals the all electric E-Ducato

A year has passed since the presentation of the prototype E-Ducato, the full electric BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle) developed by Fiat Professional as part of its journey toward zero-emissions vehicles. Over the year, despite all the difficulties related to the public health emergency of the last few months, the development of the new Fiat Professional model has continued with the assistance of simulation tools. The new van is now ready for launch onto the market in pilot projects with selected clients.

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