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Nissan tease autonomous concept ahead of Tokyo Motor Show
Dan Smith 2017-10-18 14:45 Short YouTube video shows a crossover Nissan concept that prominently features autonomous technology Nissan has teased a new autonomous concept ahead of the 45th Tokyo motor show next week. The concept has no name as yet, but it will be displayed alongside a whole range of Nissan vehicles at this year’s Tokyo exhibit. According to the Japanese marque, it ‘embodies the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility’ and the video gives us a glimpse of that ethos. • Tokyo motor show 2017: preview The only known feature on the concept for the time being is the autonomous technology. At the start of the above clip, a banner with “autonomous drive recommended” is shown, followed by an aerial shot of the presumed Nissan concept scanning vehicles passing by, as well as scanning the road in front. Nissan’s new concept appears to be designed in the shape of a crossover SUV, which isn't surprising given that the car market toda... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-18 14:48:06

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Nissan tease autonomous concept ahead of Tokyo Motor Show

Dan Smith 2017-10-18 14:45 Short YouTube video shows a crossover Nissan concept that prominently features autonomous technology Nissan has teased a new autonomous concept ahead of the 45th Tokyo motor show next week. The concept has no name as yet, but it will be displayed alongside a whole range of Nissan vehicles at this year’s Tokyo exhibit. According to the Japanese marque, it ‘embodies the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility’ and the video gives us a glimpse of that ethos. • Tokyo motor show 2017: preview The only known feature on the concept for the time being is the autonomous technology. At the start of the above clip, a banner with “autonomous drive recommended” is shown, followed by an aerial shot of the presumed Nissan concept scanning vehicles passing by, as well as scanning the road in front. Nissan’s new concept appears to be designed in the shape of a crossover SUV, which isn't surprising given that the car market toda... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-18 14:48:06

Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride concept previewed

John McIlroy 2017-10-18 11:00 Fine-Comfort Ride concept hatchback will feature on Toyota’s stand at the Tokyo motor show Toyota has previewed another of its Tokyo motor show concepts with this unusual fuel-cell vehicle, called the Fine-Comfort Ride. The Fine-Comfort Ride is a long hatchback - at 4,830mm, it's around 30cm longer than a Prius, although it's marginally shorter than Toyota's existing production fuel-cell car, the Mirai. The concept's wheelbase is significantly longer than the Mirai's, though; in fact, at 3,450mm, it's almost 30cm longer than the gap between the axles on a stretched Mercedes S-Class. Toyota's creation is wider than the limo too, at just under two metres. • Get the latest from the 2017 Tokyo motor show These odd proportions are made possible by the Fine-Comfort Ride's powertrain - a further development of Toyota's hydrogen fuel cell technology. This power source, and in-wheel electric motors, allow the wheels to be pl... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-18 11:04:27

Apollo Automobil IE teased ahead of next week's launch

Dan Smith 2017-10-18 11:45 Chinese-backed Italian firm Apollo Automobil has unveiled a teaser video of the IE, a hypercar set to rival the LaFerrari Apollo Automobil has released a teaser video of its upcoming IE hypercar that will be officially unveiled on 24 October in Italy. IE stands for ‘Intensa Emozione’ and has been developed by Apollo in Italy from a blank sheet of paper. Apollo’s aim is to bring back the connection between driver and car that it claims has been lost due to the increasing presence of autonomous technology.  The teaser video shows the various angles of the new car and Scottish racing driver Marino Franchitti climbing behind the wheel. The car is aimed at exclusive exotica such as the LaFerrari and Aston Martin Valkyrie. The chassis is made entirely out of carbon fibre, although nothing has been officially revealed regarding engine and performance details. It’s likely that the engine featured on Apollo’s Arrow conc... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-18 10:37:02

Traffic jams cost economy £9 billion a year

Martin Saarinen 2017-10-18 10:00 The UK's worst traffic jams revealed in a new study, as the Government recommends using slip roads as contraflows in the future The UK’s worst traffic jams have been revealed in a new study that found tailbacks cost the economy £9 billion a year. Research by traffic analysts Inrix shows drivers encountered 1.35 million traffic jams in the UK in 2016, accounting to over 3,700 every day. The estimated costs are calculated as a result of wasted time, fuel economy and pollution.  • London is Europe's worst city for traffic congestion The worst traffic jam occurred on 4 August on the M5 in Somerset after two lorries collided. The 36-mile tailback took workers 15 hours to clear and was estimated to cost £2.4 million. Other big accidents included three separate incidents on the M6 between November last year and April this year. Each of the incidents caused at least seven hours of delays, with the worst – occur... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-18 09:53:17

The history of the SEAT Leon CUPRA R (sponsored)

Features 18 Oct, 2017 The new SEAT Leon CUPRA R made its debut at the Frankfurt motor show, but we turn back the clock to look at its origins ... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-18 09:22:23

Fuel Cell Electric Carsharing Program to Launch in California

StratosFuel Inc., a developer of hydrogen fueling stations, received a grant to start its Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) carsharing service in the cities of Ontario and Riverside.... [more]
www.autorentalnews.com : 2017-10-18 01:11:00

Huge new Infiniti QX80 preps for Dubai motor show

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autoweek.com : 2017-10-17 17:00:00

Land Rover design boss wary over copycats

Jonathan Burn 2017-10-17 13:20 Gerry McGovern, Land Rover design boss, 'wary' over possible future copy cat designs Land Rover is “wary” of previewing brand-new models with concept cars for fear of being beaten to market, the company’s design boss has revealed.  JLR has been the victim of a number of copycat designs, with the most high profile being the LandWind X7, which JLR claims strikes a close resemblance to the Range Rover Evoque. Speaking at the launch of the updated 2018 Range Rover, design boss Gerry McGovern said the company was “wary of showing new concepts” because of such incidents. McGovern was concerned that the design of a forthcoming car could be copied from the concept before the Brit brand launches the production version. JLR has since filed new copyright and unfair competition complaints in China against LandWind X7 builder Jiangling Motors, with the Chaoyang Court serving Jianling with actions. “T... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-17 12:19:34

Polestar 2 to arrive as right-hand drive EV in 2020, with Polestar 3 to follow

Steve Fowler 2017-10-17 12:05 Polestar bosses confirm a Tesla Model 3-sized saloon will come to the UK first, followed by an SUV New Swedish performance brand Polestar will expand its product line-up at some pace, promising that three brand new models will be on sale within the next four years and that right hand drive models will appear in the UK.  Speaking at the launch of the brand’s debut model, the Polestar 1, Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Goodman told us: “Polestar 1 will start rolling out of our Chinese factory in the first quarter of 2019, and we’ll also show our second model, Polestar 2 that year. Polestar 3 will come a year later.” Reassuringly for UK buyers, Goodman said that Polestars 2 and 3 will be available in right-hand drive – Polestar 1 will only be available in left-hand drive and in limited numbers due to technology like carbon fibre body parts. “The UK will be a massively important market for Polestar,” Goodman... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-17 09:59:29

Mitsubishi Electric Emirai 4 EV unveiled ahead of Tokyo

Dan Smith 2017-10-17 09:30 The electric division of the Mitsubishi Group has created an autonomous EV concept called Emirai 4 Mitsubishi Electric, a separate entity from Mitsubishi Motors, has unveiled an autonomous EV concept called Emirai 4 ahead of this year’s Tokyo motor show. Normally accustomed to manufacturing domestic electrical appliances, Mitsubishi Electric has developed the Emirai 4 with three specific fields of research; electrification, autonomous driving and connectivity. • Tokyo motor show 2017 preview One of the main features on the Emirai 4 is the driver sensing system. A wide-angle interior camera monitors the driver and front seat passenger, detecting potentially dangerous driving behaviour based on their seat posture. It also provides a safe switchover between manual and autonomous driving modes.  The concept features a range of driving assists such as human machine interface (HMI), which incorporates an augmented ... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-17 09:08:25


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