September News Round Up: Audi is to upgrade part of its vehicle electrical system from 12 to 48 volts, as current 12 volt battery power is no longer capable of meeting the demands of new components and equipment.
Toyota has reached an important production staging post in its programme to launch its first fuel cell vehicle, gaining government-approved status to build and inspect high-pressure hydrogen tanks.
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Green-Car-Guide has driven a new, second-generation Volvo C30 Electric with a new on-board charger which dramatically cuts charging time.
Volvo has been working for the past year to develop a Formula 1 style kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) suitable for use in future road cars. We visited the companys headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden, to try out the development prototype on a test track.
The electric Volkswagen Golf Blue-e-Motion takes its cue from Nissans pioneering LEAF, but adds a fresh approach to regenerative braking; so how does the Volkswagen Golf Blue-e-Motion compare to the Nissan LEAF?
A new electric bicycle and innovative services will join the first BMW i electric cars when they go on sale next year.
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