Volvo Buses has delivered its first hybrid bus to the Asia-Pacific region and Australia.
SKF and Protean Electric will develop advanced drive solutions for the hybrid and electric vehicle markets.
Volvo Car Corporation is now ramping up production of the new Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid.
Cogent Power, part of the Tata Steel group, has developed new electrical steel grades which will be suitable for hybrid and electric vehicle application.
Ferrari will offer its first gasoline-electric hybrid system in 2013, Automotive News reports.
Under the terms of a new MoU, Ricardo will provide strategic advice and technical assistance to Shengrui - one of China’s leading Tier 1 automotive suppliers.
The world’s two leading manufacturers of hybrid vehicles, Ford and Toyota have announced that they will equally collaborate on the development of an advanced new hybrid system for light truck and SUV customers.
As part of the Volvo Group’s focus on hybrid vehicles, Volvo Trucks is now commencing sales of heavy hybrid trucks, under the name Volvo FE Hybrid, to customers in selected European markets.
BMW Group and PSA Peugeot Citroën will Invest 100 Million EUR in joint venture on Hybrid Technologies
The plug-in hybrid, which will be launched on the market in 2012, is the result of close cooperation between Volvo Cars and energy supplier Vattenfall.
UK: WMG has officially opened a new unique hybrid powertrain testing facility in the University of Warwick.
Ricardo and Pi Shurlok are announcing a collaboration that will enhance the potential and reducing time to market for new powertrain and hybrid vehicle innovations.
Volvo Buses will start serial production of its hybrid buses 7700 Hybrid and double-decker B5L Hybrid. The work will be carried out in Sweden, Poland and in Northern Ireland.
Dana announced it is supplying sealing products and thermal-acoustical protective shielding for the 2010 Mercedes-Benz S400 HYBRID, the first mass-production vehicle in the world that utilizes a lithium-ion battery designed specifically for automotive use.
Volvo Trucks is now launching an upgrade of the world’s first hybrid refuse truck. After a year and a half of initial field testing with excellent results, an upgraded truck is now being released - and the consumption is up to 30 per cent lower according to Veolia.
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