25 November 2019
25 November 2019
First Lotus Evija prototypes complete high-speed testing

First Lotus Evija prototypes complete high-speed testing

Lotus confirmed that the Evija has entered its initial build phase in the UK, as the hypercar’s global tour continues with its Chinese debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show.

Pirelli to supply three different types of tyre for the Aston Martin DBX

Pirelli to supply three different types of tyre for the Aston Martin DBX

Nearly three years of hard work in close collaboration with Aston Martin’s engineers have resulted in three different tyres to showcase the capabilities of the new DBX. This latest Aston Martin is equipped exclusively with Pirelli tyres, following to a painstaking development process designed to meet the exact requirements of the famous British manufacturer.

Bridgestone brings first at-scale use of recovered Carbon Black to Tyre Market

Bridgestone brings first at-scale use of recovered Carbon Black to Tyre Market

Bridgestone Americas, Inc. (Bridgestone) announced the industry's first at-scale use of recovered carbon black (rCB) in the tyre market as part of its long-standing partnership with Delta-Energy Group, LLC, a market leader for material recovery from end-of-life (EOL) tyres.

Markus Duesmann to be new Audi CEO

Markus Duesmann to be new Audi CEO

Markus Duesmann will become the new CEO of Audi on April 1, 2020. The 50-year-old mechanical engineer will succeed Bram Schot, who has held the position since June 2018. Duesmann has been active in the automotive industry for almost three decades, most recently as Board of Management Member for Purchasing at BMW. Bram Schot, 58, will leave the Group at the end of March by best mutual agreement.

Lexus premiers its first EV, the UX 300e

Lexus premiers its first EV, the UX 300e

Lexus introduced its first battery electric vehicle (BEV), the UX 300e, at the Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition, which is being held in Guangzhou, China, from November 22 to December 1, 2019.

Jaguar’s Driver Condition Monitor technology is a wake-up call for drivers

Jaguar’s Driver Condition Monitor technology is a wake-up call for drivers

As part of a wider vision to enrich and improve the lives of its drivers and passengers, Jaguar has developed a piece of technology, Driver Condition Monitor, which alerts the driver if it detects the tell-tale signs of drowsiness.

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