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  • Qoros’ Camless Tech Claimed to Offer More Power and Better Fuel Figures

    Qoros, a budding Chinese automaker, has recently teamed up with Koenigsegg in its demonstration of a camless engine. Instead of utilizing a conventional camshaft to control an engine’s valves, the QamFree motor utilizes electro-hydraulic-pneumatic actuators to...

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  • VW Rolls Out Miller Cycle Engine for Enhanced Efficiency

    21st century automakers are hell-bent in their quest to enhance the efficiency of their internal combustion engine. A strong proof is the recent launch of a meticulously engineered engine from Ford and a powerful camless engine from...

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  • 3M Auto Unveils Trizact™ Precision Scratch Kit

    Scratches on the vehicle can take a toll not only on its appearance but on your wallet as well as they are unsightly and can also lead to costly touch-up services. Aiming to solve this issue, 3M Auto has recently unveiled the...

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  • Tula Eliminates Cylinders to Improve Fuel Economy

    Cylinder deactivation is not new at all in the automotive world as it has been used for decades. A revolutionary system known as Dynamic Skip Fire from Tula Technologies takes this concept into a new dimension, but with huge fuel economy gains as a...

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  • Ford EcoBlue Diesel Promises Huge Fuel Savings

    Ford’s meticulously engineered EcoBoost gasoline engines have found favor in everything from Fiesta hatchbacks to the powerful Mustang, but the fuel-saving technology is yet to arrive in the brand’s diesel engines. That is because the American automaker has unveiled a new EcoBlue diesel engine that promises a 13 percent boost in...

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  • EVO Corse Presents New Asphalt Wheel

    Wheel lovers now have a new wheel to indulge in from EVO Corse: the X3MAZero 13. This 13” light alloy wheel, which is dedicated to asphalt, is a racing wheel designed for slalom, circuit and hillclimb. However, thanks to its...

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WABCO and Cummins Enter Into Deal for Air Compressors

WABCO and Cummins Enter Into Deal for Air Compressors Headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, WABCO Compressor Manufacturing is majority-owned by WABCO in collaboration with Cummins since 1998. Now, the company is the exclusive supplier to Cummins in North America for innovative air compressors which are...

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Lite-On Technology to Boost Revenue Proportion for Vehicle Electronics

Lite-On Technology to Boost Revenue Proportion for Vehicle Electronics Reports say that Lite-On Technology will boost the revenue proportion for automotive electronics, including collision prevention sensors, LED automotive lighting (taillights, headlights, in-car lights and brake-lights), heads-up...

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Saving the World’s Money by Saving Energy

Saving the World’s Money by Saving Energy

The consciousness about climate change and the environmental impact of the automotive industry have been the subject of debate and decision at an international level. Global carbon dioxide emissions showed a sustained growth of 4 percent in...

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Vehicular Emission Management in the UAE

Vehicular Emission Management in the UAE

Vehicular emission is a topic of significant debate in the UAE but is also the focus of the government with a view to lowering the nation’s rank and reputation as one of the largest consumer of natural resources in the world. Following the 2008 WWF Living Planet report that identified and ranked the UAE as the world’s largest consumer of natural resources, the country has made rapid, yet significant advances in lowering its ecological footprint—standing third in the ecological footprint category in 2014. A big part of this success story and the ongoing journey towards greater environmental responsibility are government projects through the Emirates Authority For Standardization and Metrology (ESMA). The organization’s roadmap identifies lower fuel consumption, green engines, and improved fuel quality as some of the factors that will help the UAE become a green motoring country. New rules under this roadmap require new cars purchased in the UAE to conform to a five-star emission scale that is used to reward greener cars with preferential parking, lower purchasing costs, and other subsidies.

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Tire Labeling Norms Across the World

Tire Labeling Norms Across the World

Around the world, the practice of tire labeling varies based on the legislative regulations that govern the manufacture, import, and use of tires. The UAE sets the benchmark for tire labeling and rating in the MENA region with a stringent system of control that requires imported tires to label a tire with ratings based on rolling resistance and wet grip ratings. The labeling system is backed up by the introduction of a law that will require every tire sold in the UAE to be tagged with a RFID sticker that is designed to protect consumers from imitations or spurious tires. US tire labeling norms measure several common parameters such as temperature rating, traction, and treadwear while European tires are labeled based on their rolling resistance, wet grip and noise levels—an indication of the varying guidelines tailored to the requirements of each region. The UAE has set a unique benchmark by tying RFID tagging to the sale, storage, and disposal of tires—a landmark that is expected to set the tone for the world.

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2016 New York International Auto Show: A Recap

2016 New York International Auto Show: A Recap

There is no city in the world like New York, and when the Big Apple rolls out the red carpet, none but the best in the world attend. The same could be said for the 2016 New York International Auto Show that featured some of the world’s finest cars on show. Among the show’s celebrated debuts were the mobile executive suite—the Lincoln Navigator Concept with gullwing doors, the red hot sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and Korean manufacturer Genesis’ latest futuristic concept. The Genesis proved that it too could punch way above its weight, taking on established names such as Mercedes, BMW, Toyota, Alfa Romeo and Subaru on foreign turf—turning heads and winning hearts with eye-popping exteriors and super-luxurious space-age interiors. While SUVs such as the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk and the revamped Grand Cherokee Summit ruled the roost with the luxury sports sedans, the diversity of the NYIAS shone through with several commercial models including the sedan and hatchback versions of the Subaru Impreza, Mercedes-AMG C63 cabriolet, and the Toyota Prius Prime.

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Smart Apps for Smart Motorists in Dubai

Smart Apps for Smart Motorists in Dubai

A wide range of free smart apps are available to make life on the roads easier for the smart motorist in Dubai.

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A Time of Change for the Automotive Sector

A Time of Change for the Automotive Sector

The advent of new models, new technologies and new players in the market is definitely a welcome trend.

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