Hyundai to offer hydrogen-powered electric vehicle in 2014on 03 December, 2013
Hyundai Motor America recently announced plans to offer its next-generation ix35 (called Tuscon in the U.S.) Fuel Cell vehicle in the U.S. market for just USD$499 per month, including unlimited FREE hydrogen refuelling and complimentary At Your Service Valet Maintenance.
Toyota's hydrogen car in final stages of developmenton 20 November, 2013
Toyota has officially unveiled a concept version of its ground-breaking hydrogen-powered car, which is due to go into production in around 12 months.
Automotive – the key to a manufacturing futureon 28 October, 2013
An important aspect of the AutoCRC mission is to help facilitate automotive suppliers grow their businesses in non-automotive markets. Some of this work is achieved through the Automotive Supplier Excellence Australia program managed by the AutoCRC.
Maintaining skill sets for innovationon 28 October, 2013
Among the sectors and skills at risk with a declining automotive industry is computer aided engineering (CAE).
Value creation in industryon 28 October, 2013
At a recent AutoCRC Sustainable Manufacturing seminar, the South Australian Advanced Manufacturing Council Chair Prof Göran Roos said value in industry can be magnified when it is derived from different domains.
Sustainable automotive manufacturing in Australiaon 28 October, 2013
As the global market place becomes more established, manufacturing in Australia must work smarter and better to overcome increasingly difficult challenges. The automotive industry is at a critical stage of meeting those challenges.
More caravans and less parks means camp shortageon 26 August, 2013
The caravan park sector of the Australian accommodation industry currently provides 50 per cent of total domestic bed capacity.
Public transport innovations offer a way out of the jamon 13 August, 2013
It's a familiar sight: roads packed to the horizon with cars barely moving at all. Whether in Sydney, Lisbon or Chile, traffic jams are part and parcel of urban life.
Latest safety ratings mean more options for second-hand car buyerson 29 July, 2013
Second-hand car buyers shouldn't need to compromise on safety after today’s Used Car Safety Ratings data revealed 57 vehicles rated 5-stars for driver crash protection with many reasonably priced.
15,000 fatalities and serious injuries could be avoided over 20 yearson 29 July, 2013
Implementing just under $2 billion of road safety improvements on NSW and ACT National Network roads could prevent 15,735 fatalities and injuries over 20 years, according to the latest Australian Road Assessment Program (AusRAP) report.