Hyundai Motor announced today that its dedicated world-leading hydrogen fuel cell system brand, HTWO, will make its motorsports debut, providing its fuel cell generator to the ETCR (Electric Touring Car Racing) category…
Toyota announced today that it is developing a hydrogen engine. Combustion in hydrogen engines occurs at a faster rate than in gasoline engines, resulting in a characteristic of good responsiveness. While having..
JR East, Hitachi and Toyota have entered into an agreement to collaborate on development of test railway vehicles equipped with hybrid systems that use hydrogen powered fuel cells and storage batteries as..
With the rapidly expanding interest in heavy-duty electric trucks, Toyota and Hino have agreed to jointly develop a Class 8 fuel cell electric truck (FCET) for the North American market. Both the..
MSI today unveiled its new feature Duet Display; a cross-platform solution that incorporates the iOS device by adding the touch screen capability to PC, allowing iOS device to become a drawing board…
Toyota and Honda to Begin Demonstration Testing of a Mobile Power Generation / Output System to Deliver a Secure Supply of Electricity in Times of Disaster
Supply of Electricity in Times of Disaster Toyota and Honda will create a mobile power generation/output system, Moving e, that consists of a fuel cell bus that can carry a large amount..
Toyota and Hino have agreed to jointly develop a heavy-duty fuel cell truck, and to proceed with initiatives toward its practical use through verification tests and other means. Toyota and Hino have..
Hyundai and Canoo announced today that Hyundai has engaged Canoo to jointly develop an electric vehicle (EV) platform based on Canoo’s proprietary skateboard design for upcoming Hyundai and Kia models. Hyundai expects..
Mitsubishi Electric has developed new miniaturization and energy-efficient technologies for electric vehicle (EV) power conditioners, which will greatly facilitate the domestic use of the electricity stored in EV batteries. The use of..
Nissan’s twin-motor all-wheel-control technology e-4ORCE expands electric vehicle performance capability
Nissan is elevating the performance capability of electric vehicles with its new twin-motor all-wheel-control technology called e-4ORCE. The technology provides instant torque to all four wheels to deliver balanced, predictable power and..