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JLR announces £16.3m Evoque_e research project

Sun, 03 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Jaguar Land Rover has announced it will invest £16.3 million into an ‘Advanced Powertrain Research Project’ – which could lead to an electric Evoque_e version of its small SUV. Jaguar Land Rover will work in conjunction with British technology company and race car manufacturer Zytek Automotive to develop new hybrid and battery-electric vehicle technology. On Bing: see pictures of the Range Rover Evoque Find out how much a used Range Rover Evoque costs on Auto Trader Although the collaborative research project has been named ‘Evoque_e’, neither organisation has yet confirmed if an alternatively-fuelled Evoque off-roader is in the pipeline.

NHTSA proposes rules for automakers to add sound to hybrids, EVs

Mon, 07 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Automakers would need to make hybrids and electric vehicles emit sound under rules that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration proposed on Monday. The rules, ordered by Congress three years ago, are meant to protect pedestrians and bicyclists from vehicles that make little sound when using electric power. NHTSA says that designing the vehicles to make noise at speeds below 18 mph would prevent about 2,800 injuries over the life of each model year of vehicles.

Who's Where: Bryan Nesbitt and Ken Parkinson switch roles within GM Design

Tue, 31 May 2011 00:00:00 -0700

General Motors has announced a change within its Global Design organization that will effectively see Bryan Nesbitt and Ken Parkinson switch roles from August 1 this year. Bryan Nesbitt, who has been executive director North American Exterior Design and Global Architecture Strategy, has been appointed vice president of GMIO Design. The appointment will see Nesbitt relocate to Shanghai, China, and serve as the lead voice for Design in the GMIO region.