8 June 2020
8 June 2020
Toyota Motor Europe starts production of new 1.5L TNGA engine in Poland

Toyota Motor Europe starts production of new 1.5L TNGA engine in Poland

Belonging to Toyota’s New Global Architecture (TNGA) powertrain family, the engine will be installed in both the conventional and hybrid versions of the Toyota Yaris as well as the recently unveiled B-SUV Yaris Cross.

Kumho to supply eco-friendly tyres for SEAT Ibiza

Kumho to supply eco-friendly tyres for SEAT Ibiza

Kumho’s Ecowing ES31 in 185/65R15 88H size has been selected as the standard tyre for the latest version of the Ibiza, SEAT’s ever-popular compact hatchback.

Mercedes-Benz Cars to use CO2-free rail transport in Germany and Austria

Mercedes-Benz Cars to use CO2-free rail transport in Germany and Austria

In implementing its sustainable business strategy, Mercedes-Benz Cars is taking the next step towards CO₂-neutral mobility. Since the beginning of the year, all of Mercedes-Benz’s rail transport logistics with Deutsche Bahn have been converted to CO₂-free energy sources. This means that all production materials for Mercedes-Benz passenger car plants in Germany, as well as for the Kecskemét, Hungary plant, are now transported by rail using green energy.

Volvo Cars welcomes two additions to global design team

Volvo Cars welcomes two additions to global design team

Volvo Cars has recently welcomed two exciting new additions to its global design team, with Claudia Braun and Thomas Stovicek joining the company’s design operations.

Hyundai reveals the all new Santa Fe

Hyundai reveals the all new Santa Fe

Hyundai Motor has revealed first images and videos of the new Santa Fe. The enhanced version of Hyundai’s flagship SUV in Europe offers a range of premium updates and new hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains. In addition, it will be the first Hyundai vehicle in Europe to utilise the company’s all-new third-generation vehicle platform, resulting in improved performance, efficiency and safety.

Volvo Cars’ Chengdu plant now powered by 100% renewable electricity

Volvo Cars’ Chengdu plant now powered by 100% renewable electricity

The Volvo Cars manufacturing plant in Chengdu, the company’s largest in China, is now powered by 100% renewable electricity, taking the company’s global renewable electricity mix in its manufacturing network to 80%.

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