Kenworth showcases its new truck powered by hydrogen fuel

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New T680 is equipped with its own hydrogen fuel cell system Kenworth, a company that specializes in developing new commercial trucks, has revealed its latest truck at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The new truck is a T680 day cab that is equipped with a hydrogen fuel cell system. This will allow the truck to operate using electricity and produce no harmful emissions. The truck is part of a project that Kenworth first announced in May of last year. The project involves the development and promotion of…

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Partnerships could help Hyundai create new clean vehicles

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Hyundai will continue working with Intel and Nvidia South Korean automaker Hyundai has confirmed that its partnership with both Intel and Nvidia is ongoing. Hyundai vice chairman Chung Eui-sun confirmed the collaboration in Las Vegas, Nevada, where the Consumer Electronics Show will be taking place. The partnerships may highlight Hyundai’s future plans concerning clean vehicles, especially where autonomous cars are concerned. The automaker has been investing in autonomous technology for some time, hoping to eventually develop driverless clean vehicles. Intel and Nvidia have significant experience with autonomous technology Nvidia has…

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Hyundai and Kia to release new artificial intelligence assistant in 2019

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New AI program will be making its way to vehicles in 2019 Automakers Kia and Hyundai are planning to develop a new artificial intelligence assistant that will be part of their future vehicles. AI has begun making its way into the auto industry, but relatively few companies have begun experimenting with this technology. Kia and Hyundai are working with SoundHound to develop the new AI assistant. The companies believe that the first of its AI programs will be connected to vehicles beginning in 2019. Artificial intelligence system could be installed…

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Not all future electric vehicles will look like traditional cars

EV manufacturer shows off its generation 8 Arcimoto SRK at CES 2016. Aside from Faraday Future’s FF Zero 1 concept cart and Chevrolet’s Bolt EV, the Arcimoto SRK was one of the electric vehicles (EVs) that could be found at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), this year. However, unlike other EVs that look like traditional cars, the SRK is a two-seater electric trike that is not only innovative in its design, but also carries a much cheaper price tag compared to other EVs, reported ARSTechnica. The SRK looks like a…

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Intelligent Energy showcases small hydrogen fuel cells at CES 2016

Fuel cell developer offers a new way to power mobile devices Intelligent Energy has been showing off its new hydrogen fuel cells at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event serves as a time for various companies to showcase innovative technologies and devices, and Intelligent Energy has placed significant focus on its compact fuel cell technology, which is designed to power a range of mobile devices, including smartphones and laptops. Small hydrogen fuel cells are beginning to gain popularity because of their convenient nature and ability…

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Mercedes-Benz unveils self-driving car powered by hydrogen fuel

German automaker reveals a new concept car that can drive itself Mercedes-Benz has begun showing of its new self-driving car, which is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. The German automaker unveiled its new vehicle, called the F 015 Luxury in Motion, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The vehicle is a concept car that represents the possible future of what transportation may look like. The new vehicle is designed to be a “mobile living space,” according to Dieter Zetsche, head of Mercedes-Benz. New vehicle is designed…

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Hydrogen fuel car from Toyota may be “perfect,” according to acclaimed physicist

Michio Kaku believes that the Toyota Mirai is the “perfect car” Doctor Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist, attended this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, to speak on behalf of the Toyota Mirai. The Mirai is Toyota’s first attempt to commercialize a fuel cell vehicle. The automaker has been promoting this vehicle for some time, suggesting that it could be a step toward a future that is powered by hydrogen fuel cells. Kaku believes that the Mirai may be the “perfect car.” Toyota aims to sell the Mirai…

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