Friday, September 20, 2019
We all know them: those custodians of the pavement, often donned in reflective uniforms and armed with their weapon of ticketry. Everywhere you go in the world, parking inspectors tend to provoke the same irritations...
We were supposed to be going to the Conservatoire de la Fondation Berliet, a major museum based near Lyon, but this can’t be it, can it? We’ve just been chucked out of the back of...
Peered over by the giant mountains of the Alps, Turin is one of those cities that can be anything you want it to be. It’s plazas and colonnades are every bit as alluring as those...
In the run-up to the IAA in September 2019 in Frankfurt, technology company Continental will be presenting numerous innovations that reflect the three major trends of the industry summit, all under the tagline of “Mobility...
Expected to carry the weight of giant containers and loads across increasingly under pressure port and logistics hubs, tyres are often unheralded workhorses. Continental’s Commercial Speciality Tyres team have to develop rubber that can cope...
A market survey of 1,250 auto aftermarket professionals conducted days before this year’s Automechanika Dubai reveals CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared, Electric) mobility is already happening in a big way or will dominate the market in...
Boasting a line-up of 1,880 exhibitors from 63 countries and the presence of 23 country pavilions and 34 international trade associations, Automechanika Dubai returned last month. The ever-evolving event also opened with four new sub-sections comprising:...
Why not have a vehicle that can do everything? Well, Scania has revealed a new electric, self-driving urban concept vehicle designed to offer flexibility and ferry “commuters to and from work in mornings and evenings,...
To most of the world, truck platooning arose in the last few years as part of the larger automated driving wave. But there is a small and dedicated cadre of players who have pursued it...
At the beginning of this year, Daimler used the CES show in Las Vegas to announce it was turning its back on platooning. “Daimler Trucks has tested platooning for several years, especially in the U.S., where...