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BYD, Toyota Form Battery EV R&D Group

The new R&D company, which will work on designing and developing BEVs (including platform) and its related parts, is anticipated to be established in China in 2020.

Toyota, Motorq Partner on Connected Fleet Data

Motorq’s cloud-based system ingests and monitors Toyota’s embedded telematics data, runs advanced analytics, contextualizes the insights with other information sets such as weather and mapping, and delivers those insights to customers via application programming interfaces and other tools.

Toyota to Provide EVs, Autonomous Vehicles for 2020 Tokyo Games

The fleet will feature about 500 fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and 850 battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) and showcase Toyota’s new models and concepts, such as the Toyota concept-i, which will demonstrate Level 4 autonomous driving around Olympic venues.

GM, Volkswagen to Scrap Hybrid Vehicles

General Motors and Volkswagen are cutting hybrid vehicles from their lineups in the U.S., but are continuing to lean into the investment of battery-electric vehicles.

Toyota Accelerates EV Rollout

Toyota plans to launch six battery-electric vehicles over a six-year time period starting in 2020 in response to increasing global demand, company executives said during a June 7 media briefing in Japan.

Four Automakers Add Automatic Braking to 90% of New Vehicles

While 10 automakers reported equipping more than 50% of the vehicles they produced between Sept. 1, 2017 and Aug. 31, 2018 with automatic emergency braking, the top four among these managed to equip 90% or more with the crash avoidance technology.