Car sharing service Ha: mo Ride: Toyota promotes safe driving

July 19, 2019 | Author: MotorBlog.com | am

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Car sharing service Ha: mo Ride: Toyota promotes safe driving

Toyota wants to raise awareness among users of the car-sharing service “Ha: mo Ride” for safe driving. To this end, the company is conducting an analysis of collected driving data in Japanese Toyota City in September and October together with three other project partners.

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BMW savings program: Works council sees parallels to economic crisis

July 19, 2019 | Author: MotorBlog.com | am

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BMW savings program: Works council sees parallels to economic crisis

At BMW in Munich, 40-hour contracts are not being extended and temporary workers are being released on the train of the BMW savings program. This is reported by the business and industry newspaper Automobilwoche. “This reminds many of the beginning of the world economic crisis 2008/2009,” writes head of works council Manfred Schoch in a letter to the employees, which is present at “Automobilwoche”.

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New BMW 1 Series starts at the end of September for 28,200 euros

July 18, 2019 | Author: MotorBlog.com | am

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New BMW 1 Series starts at the end of September for 28,200 euros

For prices the BMW 1 Series is starting from 28,200 euros BMW starts from 28 September, the third generation of the 1er. Was the 1er so far the only compact with rear-wheel drive, he now like Golf and Co. to a driven front axle, said the manufacturer. That justified BMW above all with a larger space and promises therefore with an almost unchanged length of 4.32 meters and a shortened even by two centimeters wheelbase three centimeters more knee room in the rear. In addition, the trunk will grow by 20 to 380 liters, the manufacturer continues.

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Mazda CX-30 starts at the end of September for 24,290 euros

July 18, 2019 | Author: MotorBlog.com | am

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Mazda CX-30 starts at the end of September for 24,290 euros

The Mazda SUV range continues to grow: at the end of September, the Japanese launch the new compact CX-30. It is based on the Mazda 3 and should cost from 24,290 euros, said Mazda. This is the 4.40 meter long SUV with comparable features with standard standards such as a head-up display and LED headlights exactly 1000 euros more expensive than the hatchback from the compact class.

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Mosolf E-Trucks: Production in Herne

July 18, 2019 | Author: MotorBlog.com | am

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Mosolf E-Trucks: Production in Herne

In Herne, electrically powered Mosolf E-Trucks will be manufactured in the future. From January 2020, production is scheduled to start on a part of the site of a former construction company, as the city of Herne announced on Wednesday. The company “Mosolf” would like to produce between 1500 and 2800 vehicles in the coming year. It should be up to 3000 pieces per year in a row.

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This is how the Renault Clio behaves in the test

July 18, 2019 | Author: MotorBlog.com | am

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This is how the Renault Clio behaves in the test

In the small cars are big news in the house: Opel prepares the start of the next Corsa, Peugeot leaves the 208 of stack and Renault has just pulled the cloth of the Clio number 5. As the most important model of the brand, the Clio goes into the autumn at prices starting from just under 13,000 euros in the trade and should maintain its place in the compact class, especially with intrinsic values. Read more

Volvo earns significantly less

July 18, 2019 | Author: MotorBlog.com | am

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Volvo earns significantly less

The Swedish carmaker Volvo Cars has recorded a sharp profit slump in its second quarter despite clearly rising Volvo sales figures. On balance, the car maker owned by the Chinese carmaker Geely earned with 1.4 billion Swedish kroner (132 million euros) only about half as much as a year earlier, as the company announced on Thursday in Gothenburg.

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Tesla boss calls on mayors for car registration

July 16, 2019 | Author: MotorBlog.com | am

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Tesla boss calls on mayors for car registration

The head of the US electric car maker Tesla, Elon Musk, has talked to the senate chiefs of Berlin and Hamburg and complained about long waiting periods in the registration of cars in Germany. According to the Berlin Senate Chancellery Elon Musk asked the Governing Mayor Michael Müller (SPD) in March for an interview. Also in the telephone call with Hamburg Mayor Peter Tschentscher (SPD) it was about the so-called dealer procedure in the registration of cars, said a spokesman for the Senate on Friday. First the “world” had reported about it.
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New BMW boss is determined – clear announcements desired

July 16, 2019 | Author: MotorBlog.com | am

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New BMW CEO is determined - clear announcements desired

The BMW supervisory board wants to elect on Thursday at the US plant Spartanburg a new BMW CEO. The job is well endowed with around five million euros a year, but it’s also a bone job. The former BMW boss Harald Krüger has thrown the towel after four years. As a successor wanted and probably already found a strong leadership team player and engineer from the house.
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Renault expects even weaker car markets this year

July 16, 2019 | Author: MotorBlog.com | am

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Renault expects even weaker car markets this year

The French carmaker Renault is even more pessimistic for the global car markets. Overall, the market volume is expected to decline this year by 3 percent, said Sales Director Olivier Murguet on Tuesday in front of journalists. Previously, Renault had expected only about half as strong decline.
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