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It wins plaudits as a van, family MPV, shuttle and camper with limitless versatility: the Caddy. To date over three million have been built, and now, as a world première, VWCV is revealing the progressive, fifth generation of the Caddy. Every detail from the ground up is new, as for the first time the best seller is now based on the Modular Transverse Matrix (MQB).

FCA is to install Solar Power Production Units at its Mirafiori complex, consisting of photovoltaic panels covering 150,000 square meters capable of producing 15 MW of electricity. This will contribute to a more than 5 kt reduction in CO2 emissions and supply sustainable energy to charge the electric models manufactured on site.

With demand for zero-emission vehicles continuously rising, Hyundai Motor will triple the availability of its Kona Electric for customers in Europe. Starting in March 2020, the company will introduce the Kona Electric in its Czech manufacturing plant, as well as increasing existing supply from its Ulsan plant in South Korea. This will drastically reduce delivery times for customers in Europe.

Hyundai Motor Group Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) and Hydrogen Council Co-chair Euisun Chung has identified three key steps to accelerate the transition to a hydrogen society during the Hydrogen Council’s third annual CEO Meeting in Paris, France.

Ford today announced a €42 million investment in its Valencia manufacturing plant, Spain, to support the company’s electrification strategy with a state-of-the-art battery assembly facility in addition to new S-MAX Hybrid and Galaxy Hybrid models.

Groupe PSA started serial production the Turbo PureTech 3-cylinder petrol engine in Szentgotthard, Hungary at a ceremony attended by Levente Magyar, Hungary’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Yann Vincent, Executive Vice President of Manufacturing and Supply Chain Groupe PSA, Pascale Andreani, French Ambassador to Hungary, local authorities, the plant’s management and all its employees.

The first fourth-generation OCTAVIA rolled off the production line today at ŠKODA AUTO’s Mladá Boleslav plant. The latest edition of the brand’s bestseller is more spacious, safer, better connected and more emotive than any before it.

The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules an Important Project of Common European interest (“IPCEI”) jointly notified by Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Poland and Sweden to support research and innovation in the common European priority area of batteries.