The British carmaker might also migrate all mainstream models to a single flexible platform in preparation for electrification of their entire model range While Jaguar is in a hole these days – mostly of its own making – the company is looking at an electrified future to turn the tides. The company posted a series of quarterly losses with the latest revealed on February 7th with £273 million in the latest three-month period. To add insult to injury, there was an additional whopping asset write-down, of £3.1 billion. In turn, the immediate aftermath produced a rippling effect across the board. The shares in its parent company, Tata Motors, which is the carmaking arm of the Indian conglomerate, collapsed by 18 percent and have now fallen by 60 percent in the past year. To make matters even more compelling, Jaguar Land Rover accounts for about 80 percent of the total sales and all of its profits for the Indian company, making us believe a big change is coming behind the scenes. … [Read more...] about Jaguar considers all-electric future following I-Pace success
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It doesn't have to do with regulations. As you would expect from an absolute EV flagship with a six-figure price tag, the Mercedes EQS is brimming with tech. From its powerful dual-motor AWD setup to the 56-inch Hyperscreen, the fullsize luxury sedan is worthy of its status as the S-Class of electric cars. That said, some would argue there's one glaring omission – side cameras. Daimler CEO Ola Källenius explained in an interview with Automotive News Europe why the R&D team behind the EQS decided to stick with good ol' side mirrors. Long story short, Mercedes was concerned that seeing what goes on behind the vehicle would've resulted in motion sickness. Not only that, but the electricity needed to power the cameras would've almost negated the aerodynamic benefits created after replacing the bulky mirrors with tiny cameras. Even with chunky side mirrors, the Mercedes EQS is still the most aerodynamic series production car ever built. With the 19-inch AMG wheels … [Read more...] about Mercedes Explains Why The 2022 EQS Still Has Traditional Mirrors
Home Two wheelers oi-Promeet Ghosh By Promeet Ghosh Published: Friday, April 16, 2021, 14:03 [IST] Okinawa Autotech has announced a strategic partnership with Welectric. Welectric is a company engaged in the business of providing electric two-wheelers on lease rental to various corporations and individuals. With this partnership, Okinawa and Welectric will collaborate to focus on working with companies involved in last-mile delivery operations across the country. Commenting on the partnership, Jeetender Sharma, MD & Founder, Okinawa Autotech, states "We are thrilled to partner with Welectric, a digital enabler in the sales, finance, maintenance, and aftermarket services for electric two-wheelers. With the rise of ecommerce and last-mile deliveries fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become imperative for businesses in the delivery segment to consistently innovate, reduce operational costs, and increase efficiency, … [Read more...] about Okinawa Partners With Welectric To Supply Electric Two-Wheelers For Last-Mile Delivery: Read More!