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For the first time, Euro NCAP Puts Automated Driving Technology to the Test

More than 70% of car drivers believe that it is already possible to purchase a car that can drive itself, according to a new #TestingAutomation consumer survey commissioned by Euro NCAP, Global NCAP and Thatcham Research[1]. Published to coincide with Euro NCAP’s first assessment of automated driving technology, the survey findings are in stark contrast to the current capabilities of ...

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2018 Suzuki World Beach Cleaning Campaign Held in Nigeria: The Untold Story

Although Boulos Enterprises Limited used this year’s Suzuki world Beach cleaning campaign held in Lagos Nigeria to remind fishing communities of the danger of using two-stroke outboard engines, what participants would not forget soon was the fact that they had to wear life jackets, because this year’s venue is assessable only by boat, reports ROTIMI ASHER, Motoring World’s Lagos Bureau ...

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Some Dreams Are Closer Than You Think Thanks To Mercedes-Benz

Some spend lifetimes longing to try something exceptional: parachuting from a plane, seeing the gorgeous Northern Lights, climbing sheer rock faces, listening to live music at Coachella or hiking trails for the first time at one of America’s stunning national parks. Everyone has a “bucket list” – and if they don’t, they probably will with the launch of the Mercedes-Benz ...

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How City Cars Are Taking Over the World

For many years, city cars struggled to win over significant numbers of buyers due to the misconception that they were unsafe and that small engines were underpowered. Consumers felt that bigger was not only better, but it was more secure too. Now, however, city cars feature cutting edge safety technology and their ongoing evolution has resulted in increased sales across ...

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More Torque for Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles-Research Report

A multibillion dollar market by 2029, fuel cells can be a complementary technology in all those EV applications where batteries are too costly, too slow, or just not the right fit, a UK-based research company, IDTechEx Research, has concluded in a new report titled: ‘Fuel Cell Vehicles 2019-2029’.  Fuel cells are commercially successful in stationary applications but commercially unsuccessful in vehicles, ...

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Review:Mercedes-Benz Vito, the People Carrier Van

Since its introduction in 2014, the current Mercedes-Benz Vito has continued to position itself as a pacesetter in the mid-size van segment and in the transport industry. The mid-size van, born from Mercedes-Benz’s boldest genes has become an active part of the ‘Mercedes-Benz vans goes global’ business unit strategy which was in response to the needs of worldwide customers for ...

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All-New EQC: Mercedes-Benz among Electric Vehicles

It was at the 2016 Paris Motor Show that Mercedes‑Benz first presented its new product and technology brand for electromobility. The EQC (combined power consumption: 22.2 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km, provisional figures)1 is the first Mercedes-Benz vehicle to be launched under the EQ brand. With its seamless, clear design and colour highlights typical of the brand, it is ...

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