Advanced Motorsport Engineering Masters students at Cranfield University are designing a hydrogen-powered sports racing car for the future.
Cambridge Wireless has appointed four champions for its recently launched ‘Automotive and Transport’ Special Interest Group (SIG).
Chevrolet, the iconic US automotive brand, is using technology from Northampton engineering business Cosworth for the 2015 Corvette Stingray.
UK automotive engineering group, Cosworth, has hired Kirsty Andrew as sales director to spearhead the Northants company’s global sales force.
Cheeky new technology that alerts motorists to surround danger by sending vibrations into a driver’s seat has proved a kick-ass hit with motor manufacturers. Far from being regarded as a bum steer, the UK innovation has earned the inventor cash, kudos and a clear career path.
Building on five lettings announced in September, Cranfield University Technology Park continues to attract new and growing firms as companies look to expand their operations across Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes.
Cambridge UK technology hothouse Plextek Consulting has supported Clarion Malaysia with the design of the new AX1 - a full automotive grade connected car multimedia system optimised for the Android™ operating system.
UK Business Secretary Vince Cable today launched a new £75 million initiative designed to build the high technology eco cars of the future.
Lister Cars, one the greatest names in British sports car manufacturing, is returning to its Cambridge UK roots to reinstate production of an exciting new Lister car – almost 25 years since the last Lister rolled off the production line.
New technology unveiled today by Ricardo, the Cambridge UK automotive innovator, will bring the low voltage concept of intelligent electrification to a diesel car.
Cambridge based vehicle technology and accessories business CBS Communications has been acquired for an undisclosed sum by Select Telecom, a fellow East of England company.
Low carbon vehicle specialist Controlled Power Technologies (CPT) has completed more than two years of continuous testing to validate its SpeedStart® belt-integrated starter-generator for 1.2 million stop-starts, which is considered the new industry standard that will be required for a new generation of micro-mild hybrid vehicles.
The concept of the connected car moves up a gear thanks to a Cambridge UK-California technology collaboration that will be demonstrated in Las Vegas.
A large carmaker has deployed technology from Cambridge-based Ubisense to drive efficiencies across its manufacturing facility in France.
Clean technology and automotive devotees are being invited to join the Cambridge University Eco Racing team’s solar revolution by attending a special, free showcase on Wednesday night.
Location technology specialist Ubisense has stepped on the gas in the US automotive market with a major contract.
- Ubisense in overdrive with Daimler
- Lola looking in better shape
- Lola Cars goes under but composites fights on
- Hyundai expands Ubisense deployment
- England soccer stars in driving seat for Euros
- Cambridge-inspired ‘road train’ concept on track
- Harwich Port switched on for electric vehicles
- ARM at heart of Audi digital drive
- India buys more of the UK electric vehicle industry
- Lola revs up energy harvesting for prototype
- Lotus to pump £85m into Norfolk facility
- Lotus millions could safeguard Norfolk jobs
- Top marque for Cambridge as Bentley wheels in
- BMW rolls out Ubisense tracking system globally
- Streets predicts boom for new UK luxury carmaker
- Ford drives towards all-digital in-car entertainment
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