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Toyota named greenest automaker by Newsweek

The Japanese automaker was ranked 16th overall in Newsweek’s Global 500 greenest companies, but number one among vehicle manufacturers.

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Clarity for our future—a Honda solution

The Clarity is Honda’s solution for an electrified world of motoring by 2030. By then, the firm plans to sell two thirds of all its total production output as electric vehicles.

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Toyota to invest on AI-assisted studies on batteries, fuel cells

Japanese auto giant Toyota has announced plans for investing around $35 million in materials science research projects in a bid to accelerate the design and discovery of advanced materials for batteries and fuel cells. Through its Toyota Research Institute (TRI), the manufacturer is proposing to work with research entities, universities and other companies to develop […]

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BYD Qin: looking into the future

Today is Inquirer Motoring’s final edition for 2015. As we close a chapter in our lives, we look into the future not only excitedly, but also with a sense of anxiety.

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Outlander PHEV Baja Portalegre rally car: the next evolution?

CONCURRENT to its brave new direction of focusing on EVs (electric vehicles), PHEVs (plug-in hybrid electric vehicles) and SUVs (sport utility vehicles), Mitsubishi Motors Corp. has built an Outlander PHEV crossover rally car to compete in some of the toughest, harshest conditions in the realm of rally racing.   The Outlander PHEV Baja rally car […]

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BYD’s sporty imp: the F Zero hatchback

BYD (Build Your Dreams) Co. Ltd. is reportedly building dreams of its own: to become China’s largest automaker by volume in 2015, up from its current fourth place, and the world’s biggest by 2025. Since 2015 is only a month or so away, BYD will have to reset its China-based target.

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China mandates electric cars for government use

China has mandated a switch to electric vehicles in a bid to promote fuel efficiency and reduce pollution. At least 30 percent of newly purchased government cars will be electric and other types of “new energy vehicles,” China’s official news agency reported Sunday, as the country attempts to tackle air pollution and encourage the electric […]

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Harley-Davidson goes electric with LiveWire motorcycle: 0-100kph in 4 seconds

Harley-Davidson is going electric, with the unveiling of LiveWire, its first electric motorcycle, next week. President Matt Levatich said he expects the company known for its big touring bikes and iconic brand to become a leader in developing technology and standards for electric vehicles.   Harley-Davidson plans to show handmade demonstration models in New York […]

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BYD Philippines shows e6 electric car, supports clean-air initiatives

Solar Transport and Automotive Resources Corp. (STAR Corp.), the authorized Philippine distributor of BYD Auto China Ltd. Co., has expressed its support for clean-air initiatives such as electric utility Meralco’s push for electric vehicles and Philippine Congress’ bill to provide incentives for electric and hybrid vehicles.   Mark Tieng, managing director of STAR Corp, said, […]

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Ultraman goes electric with Nissan Leaf and NV200

Japanese superhero Ultraman uses stored solar power to fight against the forces of galactic evil, but in his latest TV adventure his earthly defense team will rely on a new zero-emission source for mobility – electric vehicles. The Japanese cosmic giant and Defense Team UPG will use reconfigured Nissan EVs – a Nissan LEAF and […]

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Jan 17, 2018

Perhaps one of the most highly anticipated cars for 2018 is Honda’s all-new CR-V.