Tag: Byung Ki Ahn

May 27, 2016 - 08:33 am

Mike Brown, Byung Ki Ahn, RC Bhargava.

Mike-Brown“Every year thousands of Londoners die because of poor air quality and by supporting the freight sector – which is vital to our city – we will make a real impact. I am confident that LoCity can substantially improve London’s air quality and most importantly, help save lives.”

London Transport Commissioner Mike Brown talks about the LoCity programme and improving London air quality. The industry-led programme recently took its first steps by publishing data to increase availability and uptake of low emission vehicles in the freight sector.

Byung-Ki-Ahn“Toyota and BMW – one company has technology and the other money. They can probably make good partners. But is it really going well with the consortium of Nissan, Ford and Daimler?”

Director of eco-vehicle performance for Hyundai R&D, Byung Ki Ahn, says Hyundai will take on the cost of hydrogen fuel cell development alone. Though they have received offers of partnership from other manufacturers, the Korean company doesn’t believe it would actually help their development.

RC-Bhargava“We are certainly looking at more hybrids. I don’t think our decision is based on the VAT coming down on hybrid cars. Our decision is based on improving fuel efficiency, reducing emissions and weight.”

RC Bhargava, chairman of Maruti Suzuki India, describes the company’s plan to introduce hybrid options to existing models in an interview with AutoCar Professional.

Jun 20, 2014 - 08:52 am

Byung Ki Ahn, Jeffrey Towson.

Byung-Ki-Ahn“We really don’t make any money out of selling the fuel-cell vehicles for now.”

Byung Ki Ahn, director of Hyundai’s fuel-cell group, openly admits what most of us might had already guessed: there is no money (yet) to be made with hydrogen vehicles.
wardsauto.com via greencarreports.com

anonym“Overall, the Tesla versus Wanxiang fight is going to be highly entertaining. Both Lu and Musk are visionaries who are already leaders in their industries. They both have long track records of success in hyper-competitive industries. They are both very, very smart. And they are both at the top of their game. So this rivalry should be great for consumers, and pretty fun to watch.”

Jeffrey Towson, South China Morning Post, is nothing less than excited to see the Tesla and Wanxiang CEO’s battling it out on the Chinese and American market, since Lu only recently acquired Fisker.

Found on electrive.com
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