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IONITY introduces new high power charger and welcomes Hyundai as a new shareholder

IONITY, a joint venture of BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford Motor Company and the Volkswagen Group with Porsche AG, today presented its innovative and new High-Power charger and welcomed additional shareholder Hyundai Motor Group on board. The joint venture’s mission is to make pan-European electromobility a reality. IONITY’s new, award-winning High-Power chargers are instantly recognisable…

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Delphi Technologies announce new industry leading 800v inverter to cut ev charging time in half

Delphi Technologies is the first in the industry with volume production of a 800 V silicon carbide (SiC) inverter, one of the key components of highly efficient next-generation electric and hybrid vehicles. The new inverter enables electrical systems up to 800 volts, significantly extending electric vehicle (EV) range and halving charging times compared with today’s…

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BMW Australia partners with Chargefox to deliver i3 customers new high-capacity charging solution

BMW Group Australia has announced a new partnership with electric vehicle charging operator Chargefox that provides customers of the progressive BMW i3 and i3S 120Ah with a convenient solution now and into the future.    Owners of the BMW i3 and i3S 120Ah will receive a three-year subscription to Chargefox, which includes a 250kWh/year allowance.…

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Hyundai launches its first car with solar roof charging system

Hyundai Motor is launching its first car with a solar roof charging system. This groundbreaking eco-friendly technology will provide vehicles with additional electrical power, as well as increasing fuel efficiency and driving range. Hyundai Motor’s solar roof charging system makes its debut on the New Sonata Hybrid. The system supports the vehicle’s electric power source,…

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A milestone in electric mobility: GKN Automotive supplies one millionth eDrive system

The world’s leading supplier of automotive all-wheel drive and electric driveline technology and systems, GKN Automotive, will this month deliver its one millionth eDrive system. Demand for GKN Automotive’s expanding eDrive portfolio, which encompasses a range of driveline technologies for electrified vehicles, has increased markedly over recent years. The company currently has five major eDrive…

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New technology being developed to generate electric power from within a tyre

A new technology that could see tyres generate electricity whilst driving is being developed by engineers in Japan. Falken’s parent company, Sumitomo Rubber Industries, together with Professor Hiroshi Tani of Kansai University, have developed the Energy Harvester that takes advantage of the build up of static electricity, known as frictional charging, to produce power efficiently…

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