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New Zealand will have first electric double-decker buses

The first electric buses in New Zealand happen to be 82-seat double-deckers. Dutch company Heliox announced that this summer it will deliver to Tranzit eight DC chargers for the launch of the fleet in the capital city of Wellington. Two of those chargers are to be 450 kW ultra-fast chargers for roof-mounted pantographs. The other chargers will

Ford investing $1 billion in artificial intelligence to support fully autonomous vehicle

Throughout next five years Ford will invest $1 billion in artificial intelligence with the goal to support fully autonomous vehicle coming in 2021. Argo Al, the startup from Pittsburgh founded last year, operating in the field of robotics and virtual driver systems will compliment Ford’s autonomous vehicle team that’s working on the a fully self-driving

By |2018-11-30T15:57:19+00:00February 12th, 2017|Categories: Ford, Future Cars, US, World|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Ford canceled investment in Mexico, and instead opening new jobs in Michigan

Ford has canceled a $1.6 billion investment in the new factory in Mexico. Company would instead open 700 new jobs in Michigan. Speaking about the reasons for this shift, CEO Mark Fields, told in an interview for CNN that they showing the commitment to the electric vehicles, as they confirm seven of thirteen vehicles this

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