Volvo Penta to use SCR technology in India

Volvo Penta will use its tried and tested Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology for Indian OEMs when the stringent BS (CEV/Trem) IV emission regulations come into effect in October 2020. The SCR technology was first developed by Volvo Group in 2006. In 2011, Volvo Penta introduced the system for industrial off-road customers, further developing it in 2014. For original equipment manufacturers […]

Ashok Leyland, ELBIT Systems sign MOU

Ashok Leyland has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with ELBIT Systems to provide High Mobility vehicles (HMV) for mounting Elbit Systems’ artillery guns and systems. The integrated systems are targeted for worldwide export markets. Ashok Leyland has expertise in design, manufacturing of logistic vehicles, combat support High Mobility Vehicles (HMV) and Armoured vehicles for the defence forces. ELBIT […]

MEYLE to display drift vehicles at the Essen Motor Show 2018

At the Essen Motor Show 2018, MEYLE will present the prototype of an individually developed front axle, which was developed in cooperation with the professional drift championship DRIFT UNITED. In addition to axle kinematics, MEYLE’s chassis and steering experts also designed axle components such as transverse control arms, tie rods, steering gears and connections to […]

More German drivers doubt technical reliability of Automated Driving: Study

German drivers are ambivalent about automated driving. While around two thirds would prefer to be chauffeured electronically through stressful traffic jam situations or narrow roadworks on the highway, the number of people who doubt the technical reliability of the technology has risen from 48 to 57 percent in the last five years, reveals Continental Mobility […]