17 January 2020
17 January 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.

Audi invests around €100 million in charging infrastructure at own sites

Audi invests around €100 million in charging infrastructure at own sites

By the middle of 2022, Audi will equip one in ten parking spaces with a possibility to charge electric cars, most of which will be accessible to the public. This independent concept is the largest charging infrastructure project carried out by a German employer.

BYD ADL Enviro200EV take to the streets of Glasgow

BYD ADL Enviro200EV take to the streets of Glasgow

Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL) and BYD Europe jointly announced that their electric vehicle partnership has supplied two 100% emissions-free, pure-electric buses to First Glasgow. The buses, which have been funded by SP Energy Networks, will reduce emissions in Scotland’s largest city. BYD is a global leader in batteries, energy management and electric mobility, while ADL is a subsidiary of leading independent global bus manufacturer NFI Group Inc. (NFI).

Valeo unveils its autonomous, electric delivery droid at CES 2020

Valeo unveils its autonomous, electric delivery droid at CES 2020

As an automotive supplier specialised in developing electric, autonomous and connected vehicle technologies, Valeo is presented its autonomous, electric delivery droid prototype, Valeo eDeliver4U, at CES 2020 in Las Vegas.

Hyundai and Kia invest in UK based EV start-up Arrival

Hyundai and Kia invest in UK based EV start-up Arrival

Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Motors Corporation announced a strategic investment of €100 million ($111 million) in a new partnership with Arrival, a UK-based electric vehicle startup.

Toyota advances towards a hydrogen mobility future with second generation Mirai

Toyota advances towards a hydrogen mobility future with second generation Mirai

Toyota led the world with the introduction of the hydrogen-powered Mirai sedan in 2014. Now it is getting ready to take its advanced zero-emission fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) technology to new heights, with the second generation model.

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