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Toyota GR HV Sports concept previewed for Tokyo show
Dan Smith 2017-10-06 12:40 The GT 86-based GR HV Sports is one of four cars previewed by Toyota ahead of this month's Tokyo motor show Toyota has previewed four new models ahead of the Tokyo motor show, with the striking GT 86-based GR HV Sports concept at the forefront of the display. Said to "integrate the thrill of a sports car with the environmental friendliness of an eco-car", the design study concept features a hybrid-electric system similar to that of the TS050 Hybrid Le Mans Prototype. The GR HV Sports also features a targa top last seen on the Supra sports car, which ended its long production run in 2002. • Tokyo motor show 2017: preview The new GR HV Sports concept forms part of Toyota’s new GR range that takes its initials from Gazoo Racing, the brand's in-house racing company. The team fields the TS050 in the FIA-sanctioned World Endurance Championship, with some of the car's aggressive design passed over into this new conc... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-06 11:40:38

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Toyota GR HV Sports concept previewed for Tokyo show

Dan Smith 2017-10-06 12:40 The GT 86-based GR HV Sports is one of four cars previewed by Toyota ahead of this month's Tokyo motor show Toyota has previewed four new models ahead of the Tokyo motor show, with the striking GT 86-based GR HV Sports concept at the forefront of the display. Said to "integrate the thrill of a sports car with the environmental friendliness of an eco-car", the design study concept features a hybrid-electric system similar to that of the TS050 Hybrid Le Mans Prototype. The GR HV Sports also features a targa top last seen on the Supra sports car, which ended its long production run in 2002. • Tokyo motor show 2017: preview The new GR HV Sports concept forms part of Toyota’s new GR range that takes its initials from Gazoo Racing, the brand's in-house racing company. The team fields the TS050 in the FIA-sanctioned World Endurance Championship, with some of the car's aggressive design passed over into this new conc... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-06 11:40:38

Toyota previews GR HV sports car ahead of Tokyo Motor Show - pictures

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www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-06 11:40:22

Groupe Renault plans 21 new cars by 2022

Dan Smith 2017-10-06 09:20 Renault Groupe’s ‘Drive the Future’ strategic plan maps out a move towards EV, hybrid and autonomous tech Renault has announced its strategic ‘Drive the Future’ plan that will take it through to 2022. The roadmap will see the French company’s brands, including Renault, Dacia and Alpine, introduce 21 new vehicles, including a range of EV and autonomous vehicles in the next six years.  Groupe Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn announced in a press conference this morning that the new alliance between Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi will generate over €70 billion (£62.6 billion) in revenues by the end of the plan in 2022, with a 7 per cent profit margin. The aim is to leverage the economies of scale that will come from the world’s largest automotive alliance. • Best hybrid cars to buy now As expected, electric and autonomous vehicles feature heavily in the six-year plan. As many as 15 new Renault vehicles will feature... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-06 09:31:26

Green Commuter Deploys Electric Carsharing Service in LA

Green Commuter has launched the first open all-electric carsharing service in Los Angeles. The vehicles are available to rent to the public through the Green Commuter app.... [more]
www.autorentalnews.com : 2017-10-06 01:43:00

Koenigsegg Agera RS breaks 0-249-0mph world record

Dan Smith 2017-10-05 15:55 The Agera RS smashed the previous record set by the Bugatti Chiron by over five seconds Koenigsegg has broken Bugatti’s 0-400-0km/h world record with its Agera RS setting a new time of 36.44 seconds. The record breaking run was over five seconds quicker than that of the Bugatti Chiron. Koenigsegg's new world record was conducted on the 1 October at the Vandel Air Basde in central Denmark. The team used the extreme RS version of the Agera hypercar, with the standard 5.0-litre twin-turbo V8 uprated to 1,360bhp. The model weighs just 1,395kg, almost 600kg less than the Bugatti.  • Best hypercars 2017 It’s the latest in a long list of world records set by the Koenigsegg Agera range. In 2011, the Agera R set six world records, including the fastest 0-300-0km/h time for a road legal production car at 21.19 seconds. It also set the 0-200mph record at 17.68 seconds. Koenigsegg’s long-term rival in the sub-250mph... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-05 14:53:20

Suzuki previews e-Survivor and other concepts ahead of Tokyo debut

At the upcoming 45th Tokyo motor show 2017 Suzuki will present a group of concept cars including the e-Survivor compact SUV and a number of practical compact mini wagons and crossovers.... [more]
feedproxy.google.com : 2017-10-05 10:25:31

Skoda's success puts it on collision course with VW

Dan Smith 2017-10-05 10:51 Skoda has enjoyed immense success of late, but at a cost to Volkswagen. Is its parent brand fighting back? Volkswagen is apparently spoiling for a fight with its fellow VW Group brand Skoda over the latter’s more affordable pricing and growing range of award-winning models. Speaking to news agency Reuters, VW sources have suggested that VW is taking measures to claw back ground.  Specifically, VW plans on getting Skoda to pay more for its shared technology and move some of its production facilities from the Czech Republic to Germany, as the Dieselgate scandal continues to hit the German car giant in the pocket. Thousands of jobs are currently being cut in VW management’s attempts to trim excess staff in its factories. • Best car manufacturers 2017 The Reuters report indicates that from Volkswagen’s perspective, Skoda is benefitting from the VW Group's latest technology with cheaper labour. The Czech marque has be... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-05 09:52:08

Dyson amps up drive toward electric cars

Fresh off the major announcement that his eponymous vacuum company is aiming to produce its own electric vehicle, James Dyson has expounded on his plans. He’s also gone on a bit of a hiring spree which has seen Dyson poach executives from the likes of Aston Martin and Tesla, a clear warning shot across the bow of the boutique car market. In...... [more]
www.thecarconnection.com : 2017-10-04 13:00:00

Europe seeks Airbus-like alliance to boost electric car battery development

Martin Saarinen 2017-10-04 09:40 The European Commission warns the continent is falling behind in battery development as EV demand grows The European Union is seeking to create an Airbus-like consortium of vehicle and technology manufacturers to develop and build electric vehicle batteries in the future - the aim being to keep up with Asian and US markets.  In an interview with the Financial Times, Maros Sefcovic, European Commission vice-president in charge of energy said he will host a summit on October 11 for executives from car manufacturers, chemical companies and battery manufacturers to explore Airbus-like cooperation between the different sectors. The EU could support the efforts with up to 2.2 billion Euros (£1.95bn) worth of funding  Speaking to the FT, Sefcovic said that as electric car demand continues to grow, Europe cannot afford to get left behind by Asian and American battery producers, and that the region needs its own battery c... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-04 09:37:02

‘Could brave new world end badge snobbery?'

2017-10-04 10:20 Editor Graham Hope ponders how new 'non-car' manufacturers are going to shape the industry We all know the car world is racing towards an era of change the likes of which we have never seen before. Connectivity, autonomy and electrification mean we’ll see an onslaught of vehicles over the next couple of decades that are radically different from what we’re accustomed to. We truly are living in exciting times. But could this brave new world also spell the end – or at least accelerate the decline – of one of the industry’s less appealing and more perplexing elements: badge snobbery? That was one of the thoughts that occurred to me last week when Dyson, best known for making vacuum cleaners, announced it would be entering the car market.  • Best electric cars on sale Dyson is merely the latest ‘non-car’ company to signal its intent to venture into automotive territory, following Google, Apple and Samsung. Meanwhile, a... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-10-04 09:23:17


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