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Bosch And VW Group To Co-Develop Hands-Free Driving Assist

Bosch And VW Group To Co-Develop Hands-Free Driving Assist

Software teams from Bosch Cross-Domain Computing Solutions and VW’s Cariad divisions will … [+] collaborate to develop hands-free partially automated driving systems to launch on VW Group vehicles starting in 2023 Bosch Like many companies in the automotive industry, over the past couple of years, both Bosch and Volkswagen Group have established large software engineering …

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Independent petrol forecourt group to spend £50m on charge points

Independent petrol forecourt group to spend £50m on charge points

Motor Fuel Group (MFG), the UK’s largest independent petrol forecourt group, will open 350 ultra-rapid charging stations across 60 ‘hubs’ in 2022, each offering up to 150kW charging potential. These hubs will be a mixture of standalone charging hubs and existing sites, spread across both MFG’s dual-fuel and EV-only locations. A further 20 forecourts will …

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Electric vehicle group Ideanomics invests in European battery firm

Electric vehicle group Ideanomics invests in European battery firm

Inobat Auto, a “premium battery technology and manufacturing company”, has received a €10 million (£8.35m) investment from Ideanomics, an American EV group that specialises in commercial fleet operations. The deal values Inobat at the mid-hundreds of millions of pounds. The Ideanomics cash injection follows similar deals that mining conglomerate Rio Tinto and Indian battery group Amara …

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Report: Herbert Diess to continue as Volkswagen Group CEO

Report: Herbert Diess to continue as Volkswagen Group CEO

The chairman of the Volkswagen Group board, Herbert Diess, will reportedly continue to serve in that position, following lengthy internal discussions over his future at the company. According to Reuters (via Automotive News), citing a source close to negotiations, a dispute between Diess and labour unions representing Volkswagen Group workers has been resolved, securing his position as …

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