BMW, Hyundai, Goodyear, BAIC, VW, Hero.

BMW-Vehicular-CrowdCellBMW eyes driverless tech: BMW Board Member Klaus Froehlich confirmed that the company’s i division will mainly focus on self-driving vehicles in the future. A new electric BMW i will not be hit the road before 2021, when battery technology will have improved.,

Electric Genesis: Hyundai VP Manfred Fitzgerald confirmed that it is “very, very obvious” that the carmaker will launch an all-electric car under its luxury brand. No details are known, but Fitzgerald says it is clear that “full electric cars will be the future in the auto industry.”,

Goodyear three-wheelers: The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company launched two new three-wheeled electric vehicles – the e-Go 1 stand-up and the e-Go 2 sit down vehicle. The EVs are powered by a lithium-ion battery, have a range of 100 km, and can reach 45 kph.

BAIC in Mexico: The Chinese manufacturer has begun selling its cars in Mexico and hopes to reach 5,000 sales per year by 2018. Moreover, it may set up a factory in the country that could also produce electric vehicles. Details about when were not announced.

VW shifts investments to EVs: The Volkswagen Group reallocated 200m dollars from traditional IT departments to the development of new technologies including electric cars and self-driving technology. Meanwhile, German Morgenpost Sachsen reports that VW’s Transparent Factory in Dresden could start producing cars again from 2017, and most likely EVs. (investments, in German), (in German)

Hero scooter: Electric vehicle maker Hero Electric has launched the NYX Electric scooter on e-commerce site Paytm. Powered by a 250W electric motor, the NYX is claimed to have a range of 70 km and top speed of 25 kph. It is now available in 15 cities across India and priced at approximately 400 euros.


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