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XING Mobility Introduces Immersion Cooled Modular Battery Pack System

May 7th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Taipei, Taiwan-based XING Mobility is leveling up its modular battery system with the introduction of an Immersion Cooled Modular Battery Pack System at The 2019 Battery Show in Stuttgart, Germany. The company will roll the new cooling system out in parallel to a full complement of advanced, integrated components and fully compatible powertrain solutions


Hamburg, Germany, Announces Fully Autonomous Electric Shuttle Project on the Heels of Diesel Ban

May 29th, 2018 | by Kyle Field

Just weeks after Germany's Federal Administrative Court ruled that cities can ban diesel cars, the city of Hamburg has announced a plan to launch a fully autonomous electric shuttle service. Project HEAT (Hamburg Electric Autonomous Transportation) will provide service starting in spring of 2019 in a trial operation that was established to determine the viability of the solution for the city


Electric Cars Up 137% In Germany, Approaching 2% Market Share

September 10th, 2017 | by Kyle Field

All signs point to a changing of the winds in Germany with regards to plug-in vehicles. Emissions scandal after emissions scandal have raked the confidence of the public in the German auto industry and many have started to take action. Sales number from August show that nearly 2% (1.88% to be exact) of new vehicle sales in Germany were plug-in vehicles, with fully electric vehicles up +137%. That's a higher percentage share of new vehicle sales than in the United States


Daimler Sold More Than 1 Million Vehicles With Excessive Emissions In Europe & The US, Stuttgart Search Warrant Read

July 21st, 2017 | by James Ayre

The search warrant used by prosecutors in Stuttgart, Germany, two months ago when they searched Daimler facilities in the country (following allegations of false advertising and possible exhaust gas treatment systems fraud in some diesel cars) alleged that the company sold over a million cars in Europe and the US with excessive emissions



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