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Seat trials EV prototypes in Spain before mass production
By ABR Staff Writer
Spanish carmaker Seat has delivered three prototype electric cars to Barcelona for testing the vehicles in its municipal car fleet for six months ahead of mass production.
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FedEx Express to test Nissan e-NV200 EV in July
By ABR Staff Writer
FedEx Express together with Japanese carmaker Nissan Motor is planning to begin driving tests of the carmaker’s e-NV200 electric vehicle (EV) in Yokohama Area from mid-July 2012.
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Midtronics tests GRX-5100 Hybrid/EV battery service device
By ABR Staff Writer
Midtronics has completed the initial field testing of its GRX-5100 Hybrid/EV Battery Station, a high-voltage Hybrid/EV vehicle battery service and de-power device for several hybrids and EVs.
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UMTRI to test connected-vehicle technologies
By ABR Staff Writer
The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) is planning to equip vehicles with connected-vehicle technologies, which will facilitate the vehicles to send and receive wireless messages preventing crashes.
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TTTech Automotive unveils TTX-DataLogger technology
By ABR Staff Writer
TTTech Automotive, a subsidiary of TTTech, along with AUDI, has unveiled a new recording tool, TTX-DataLogger that offers enhanced security and troubleshooting in the automobile.
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Ford completes crash tests on B-MAX MPV door system
By ABR Staff Writer
US carmaker Ford Motors has completed several crash tests on the new B-MAX’s Easy Access Door System to ensure higher safety level.
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Automotive Robotics to build engine testing facility in Indiana, US
By ABR Staff Writer
Illinois based Automotive Robotics Proving Labs and Purdue University are planning to build a new 50,000ft2 engine testing facility at Purdue Research Park in Indiana, US.
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Freescale, FAW to form new joint automotive lab
By ABR Staff Writer
Freescale Semiconductor (FSL) has entered into a partnership with First Automobile Works (FAW), a China-based automotive OEMs, to form a new joint automotive lab 'FAW-Freescale'.
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Denso to start V2V technology tests in China
By ABR Staff Writer
Japan-based auto component maker Denso has partnered with Tongji University (Shanghai), to start testing vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) technology on public roads in Taicang, Jiangsu Province, China from 22 March 2012.
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Continental opens new winter test center in China
By ABR Staff Writer
Continental has opened a new winter test center under the Chassis & Safety Division in Heihe, Heilongjiang, China, to meet the increasing demand for vehicle safety products as well as improve road safety in the region.
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Brunel University, European partners join for automotive energy management system
By Patrick Keane
Brunel University in the UK will partner with Spanish car maker SEAT in the 'EuroEnergest' project which is planning to develop a new artificial intelligence-driven energy management system for the automotive industry.
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NNA, ABB to test used EV battery packs for energy storage
By ABR Staff Writer
Nissan North America (NNA) has teamed up with ABB, 4R Energy and Sumitomo Corporation of America, to test used lithium-ion electric-vehicle battery packs that power the Nissan LEAF.
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Quantum wins hydrogen vehicle development contract from Mahindra
By ABR Staff Writer
US-based auto parts maker Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies has received an engineering development contract from Indian automotive manufacturer Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) to develop hydrogen systems for the company’s mini-bus platform.
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Hyundai to build testing facility in Michigan, US
By ABR Staff Writer
Hyundai America Technical Center (HATCI), a subsidiary of Hyundai Motor ,is planning to invest $15m to build a new hot/cold weather dynamometer test facility in Ann Arbor, Michigan, US.
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Nissan, FedEx to test fleet of NV200 EVs in London
By ABR Staff Writer
Nissan and FedEx have teamed up to test a fleet of Nissan NV200's, a zero-emission all-electric vehicles (EV), for a two-month period on the streets of London.
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