Isuzu and Honda Have Begun Testing Fuel Cell-Powered Demo Heavy-Duty Trucks in Japan.

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Japanese automakers Isuzu Motors and Honda Motor Co. have embarked on a journey to bring us the Giga Fuel Cell, a fuel cell-powered heavy-duty truck. The project aims to revolutionize the way we think about carbon neutrality. High-Efficiency Transportation The prototype model that is undergoing testing is the same model that was showcased at the … Read more

USA and Canada To BAN GAS CARS

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Gas cars are set to be completely banned in North America by 2035. The United States, led by nine states, including California, is planning to ban the sale of new gas-powered cars by 2035, according to reports. Similarly, Canada also aims to completely ban such vehicles by 2035, with intermediate targets of 20% zero-emission vehicle … Read more

Honda Recalls Over 1 Million Vehicles Due To Defective Denso Fuel Pumps!

HONDA RECALL

Honda and Japanese manufacturers will recall more than one million vehicles. The company has informed the Transport Ministry that it will recall about 11,38,255 of its vehicles due to faulty fuel pumps. According to the information, these fuel pumps are made by auto parts manufacturer Denso. But due to some reason, the fuel pump in … Read more

US ODI Opens Probe Into Over 450,000 Nissan Vehicles On Engine Failure

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The US Office of Defect Investigation (ODI) has started a preliminary investigation into approximately 454,840 vehicles produced by Nissan. Due to ODI’s investigation, complaints have been received related to engine failure in Nissan vehicles. The investigation follows six consumer complaints about engine failures in the Nissan Rogue, Altima, and Infiniti Qx50. These issues are alleged … Read more

Why Ford Has Cut Production of The F-150 Lightning in Half

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Ford is a well-known brand in the automotive sector, which is known for manufacturing vehicles in almost every segment. But Ford is soon going to halve the production of its F-150 Lightning. Perhaps this will not be good news for the market and consumers. Ford is currently asking consumers to halve its production target for … Read more

VW Elli Charging Group Is Expanding in Europe with 600,000 Charging Networks

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Elli Volkswagen Group Charging is expanding its charging network in Europe and is set to give e-mobility customers access to more than 600,000 charge points in approximately 27 European countries to charge their EVs. As the largest charging and energy provider and a brand of Volkswagen Group, Ally will reportedly expand its business under the … Read more

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