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Toyota Sienna and RAV4 undergo winter performance testing
By ABR Staff Writer
Toyota Sienna and RAV4 were recently tested by AMCI to determine the performance of the cars in snow and ice conditions.
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Magna completes validation testing of MMLV concept car
By ABR Staff Writer
Canadian Auto supplier Magna International has announced the completion of validation testing on multi-material lightweight vehicle (MMLV) concept car.
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Quantum Launches in-house testing facility for CNG Fuel Storage Systems
Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, a global leader in natural gas storage systems, integration and vehicle system technologies, announced today it has developed a technologically advanced in-house test and validation facility that is unique for testing its CNG fuel storage modules intended for over-the-road heavy-duty trucks. The test equipment and facility simulates the combined effects of extreme road use to assure the integrity and strength of fuel storage module systems for heavy duty vehicle applications.
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Honda Motor and Mazda Motor may have to recall more cars over airbag defects
By ABR Staff Writer
Japanese automotive manufacturers Honda Motor and Mazda Motor may have to recall more cars in the US over airbag issues.
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Bi-Fuel Chevrolet Impala tested under extreme conditions
By ABR Staff Writer
General Motor has placed a large piece of cast aluminum in the tank of 2015 Bi-fuel Chevrolet Impala to protect it from protect it from puncturing and making the vehicle safer.
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Factory built right hand model of Ford Mustang to enter testing phase
By ABR Staff Writer
US based car manufacturer Ford is set to launch its factory-built right-hand-drive configuration of its flagship Ford Mustang.
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Johnson Controls opens crash test facility in Michigan, US
By ABR Staff Writer
Automotive supplier Johnson Controls has opened a new crash test facility at its Automotive Seating headquarters in Plymouth, Michigan, US.
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Audi to test automated car in Florida
Audi will be the first automated driving pioneer to test its technology on the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway in Tampa, which was recently designated as an automated driving and connected car test bed.
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Nissan, PGE partner to test e-NV200 electric vehicle in Portland
By ABR Staff Writer
Japanese automaker Nissan Motor in collaboration with the Portland General Electric (PGE) will start testing its prototype electric commercial vehicle - the Nissan e-NV200 in Portland.
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Edmonton Transit System begins testing electric buses
By ABR Staff Writer
Canada based Edmonton Transit System (ETS) has expanded its fleet with the start of testing two new electric buses known as ETS Stealth buses in the region.
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SEMUTTRAN starts testing of BYD electric buses in Brazil
By ABR Staff Writer
Brazil-based Secretariat of Traffic and Transport (SEMUTTRAN) in association with the Brazilian Transit Operator Via Agile has started the pilot testing of the BYD's pure-electric transit bus.
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Volvo moves ahead with self-driving car project in Sweden
By ABR Staff Writer
Swedish automobile manufacturer Volvo Car Group is moving ahead for its Drive Me project with the launch of 100 units of its self-driving vehicles in the city of Gothenburg.
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Volvo Cars conducts driver behaviour study to offer improved safety in China
By ABR Staff Writer
Volvo Car Group in association with the China-Sweden Research Centre for Traffic Safety (CTS) has started a close-up study of driving behaviour in Chinese megacities of Beijing and Shanghai.
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Toyota recalls 119,140 Avalon vehicles in the US
By ABR Staff Writer
Japanese automaker Toyota Motor is recalling 119,140 Avalon vehicles of certain model year 2003-2004 in the US, due to a problem with the supplemental restraint system (SRS) circuits.
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Ford to invest $168m to shift medium-duty truck production from Mexico to US
By ABR Staff Writer
American automaker Ford Motor is set to invest $168m in moving the production of its all-new 2016 F-650 and F-750 medium-duty trucks from Mexico to Ohio Assembly Plant in Cleveland from early 2015.
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