A Business Case for Self-Driving EVs: Farming

They can drive themselves, improve crop yields and cut costs


MAN Fuels Up with Hydrogen

Truckmaker eyes fuel cell and hydrogen ICE applications


A New Way to Combat Climate Change: Rocks

Audi partners with Swiss startup on CO2 sequestration 


BMW Goes All In on Sustainability

Comprehensive plan targets 7 million electrified vehicles on the road by 2030


Save the Environment, Drive a Jeep?

Making a case for adding green credentials to off-road performance


All About EV Batteries

A deep dive into battery tech by a man who was instrumental in helping it get on the road


GM Expands Renewable Energy Program in Michigan

Solar and wind sources will generate 100% of U.S. facilities by 2030 


How Much Will COVID-19 Impact Automotive R&D Spending?

Virtually all automakers and suppliers expect to reduce r&d spending this year, but company size and location make a difference.


McLaren Eyes Synthetic Fuels

Can the carbon-neutral technology eventually become a viable alternative to electric vehicles?


Vehicle Certification in a COVID-19 World: Ricardo Adds Remote Testing

Carmakers and certification authorities can watch from home during the process


Report: Ride-Hailing Services Significantly Increase Emissions

Researchers call for more pooled rides in electric vehicles


Six Reasons Euros Might Like EVs

How are you going to get the people behind the wheel of an EV?


Frito-Lay, Transportation and the Environment

Addressing greenhouse gas reduction in the snack food supply chain


Robots in the Auto Industry

When it comes to the deployment of robots, the auto industry is the hands-down leader. Or maybe that should be “gripper down”


VW Doubles Up on SCR

If one SCR system is good, two are. . .


California, Canada and Counting Cars

According to widely accepted statics, if California was a country, it would have the fifth largest economy in the world.


Good News for Diesel

Yes, that headline is correct.


Continental and Change

“After 2030, the last generation of diesel and gasoline engines will be launched. After 2040, it is possible that no more diesel and gasoline engines will be sold. From 2050, roads and cities will ideally be free of CO2 emissions.”

Porsche Making Earth Day Every Day

Porsche Cars North America (PCNA) is working with South Pole, a Swiss organization that develops programs to help companies and organizations of all types to reduce their carbon footprint.


VW Puts a V8 Diesel in Flagship Touareg

You might think that diesels are to Volkswagen are pretty much something that spoken about in the hallways of HQ in Wolfsburg.


Clean Factory in Stuttgart

One of the consequences of creating an electric vehicle, the Taycan, on Porsche goes well beyond the styling and performance of the vehicle itself.


Renewable Diesel in Sweden

While on the subject of diesel fuel, it is interesting to note that a Finland-based company, Neste Corporation, is launching its fuel, “Neste MY Renewable Diesel,” in the Swedish transport market, interesting because this is a biodiesel that, according to the company, produces 90% less greenhouse gas emissions than dinosaur-based diesel fuel.


Diesels Meet Standards: Celebrations Not Required

Euro diesels actually have low emissions according to a new study from the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA), which studied approximately 270 new diesel vehicles and checked them against the Euro 6d-TEMP standards.


UPDATE: Indian Court Orders Older Cars Off the Road in Delhi

India’s supreme court has ruled that about 3.7 million older gasoline and diesel vehicles in the metropolitan Delhi area must be taken off the road, effective immediately.

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