Visitors can experience BMW iX5 Hydrogen in action for the first time at IAA Mobility 2021.

The BMW Group is systematically pushing forward with development of hydrogen fuel cell technology as an additional option for sustainable individual mobility. Two years after unveiling the BMW i Hydrogen NEXT concept car, the company will present the BMW iX5 Hydrogen at the IAA Mobility 2021 in Munich. Currently still in series development, the Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) with hydrogen fuel cell drive train will be one of several vehicles visitors can experience as they are driven along the Blue Lane connecting the main exhibition grounds with other exhibition venues…

Volvo Trucks and DFDS cooperate to run electric supply chain transports

DFDS, Northern Europe’s largest shipping and logistics company, and Volvo Trucks are joining forces to electrify heavy truck transports. As a first step, DFDS will operate an all-electric truck to deliver parts to the Volvo truck factory near Gothenburg. The initiative marks a key step for building a fossil free supply chain for the Volvo Group. Volvo Trucks recently announced the sales start of three new heavy duty all-electric trucks. One of them is the Volvo FM Electric, which DFDS will be one of the first to operate in commercial traffic.…

PEUGEOT E-Expert Hydrogen is the first series van powered by a hydrogen fuel cell

Pushing its requirement to drastically reduce the local emissions of its vehicles ever further, PEUGEOT has become one of the very first manufacturers to offer in series production, from 2021 onwards, in the compact utility van segment, in addition to its combustion and battery electric models, an electric version powered by a hydrogen fuel cell.

Opel Digitises Model Names

The German carmaker, Opel, is taking the digitisation of its product portfolio to the next level. The names, engine designations and emblems of future Opel models will be replaced by iQR codes. While the infotainment systems of the models from Astra to Zafira Life already seamlessly connect drivers and passengers with the digital world, it’s now a breeze for other road users and even pedestrians to get in touch with the vehicle occupants.

ŠKODA iV Chargers and POWERPASS charging electric cars solutions from the Czech car manufacturer

ŠKODA is taking the next steps towards optimising electric mobility for everyday driving. As part of its ŠKODA iV ecosystem, the Czech car manufacturer now offers chargers for home or business charging. The POWERPASS enables ŠKODA iV vehicles to be conveniently charged on the go. The ŠKODA iV Chargers are available in three versions and meet all individual customer requirements, from everyday drivers to fleet operators. ŠKODA’s extensive service package includes comprehensive advice, on-site installation and future servicing of the Box. The POWERPASS offers access to up to 195,000 charging stations throughout Europe with convenient monthly billing.

Ford says by mid-2026, 100% of its passenger vehicle range in Europe will be zero-emissions capable

Ford today is taking a significant step forward in its European transformation with a commitment to go all-in on its electric passenger vehicles and to substantially grow and electrify its leading commercial vehicle business. Ford committed today that by mid-2026, 100 percent of Ford’s passenger vehicle range in Europe will be zero-emissions capable, all-electric or plug-in hybrid, and will be completely all-electric by 2030. Similarly, Ford’s entire commercial vehicle range will be zero-emissions capable, all-electric or plug-in hybrid, by 2024, with two-thirds of Ford’s commercial vehicle sales expected to be all-electric or plug-in hybrid by 2030.