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CES 2020: The cars of the future look like cars again
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10th Jan 2020
4 min read

CES 2020: The cars of the future look like cars again

CES in Las Vegas is the world's largest technology show, with over 4000 brands attending and 150,000 media and retailers there to see them. One very large section of the show is dedicated to Automotive, and most car makers now have stands at CES.
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Geoff Quattromani
Hyundai may unveil hydrogen sports car in Detroit
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10th Jan 2019
1 min read

Hyundai may unveil hydrogen sports car in Detroit

Albert Biermann, the recently appointed head of research and development for the Hyundai Motor Group, told reporters the company was planning a "surprise" at next week's Detroit motor show.
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Derek Fung
Byton M-Byte interior revealed with 48.0-inch screen
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9th Jan 2019
2 min read

Byton M-Byte interior revealed with 48.0-inch screen

Byton, a Chinese electric car start-up, has revealed the production-ready interior for its first electric vehicle at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Forget about your run-of-the-mill 12.0-inch screens, the M-Byte crossover will feature a gargantuan 48.0-inch curved display spanning from the base of one A-pillar to the other.
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Derek Fung
Mercedes ESF 2019 to showcase future of safety
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8th Jan 2019
2 min read

Mercedes ESF 2019 to showcase future of safety

Mercedes Benz says it plans to show a safety vision concept later this year that will demonstrate the future safety technologies from the German manufacturer. It will mark ten years since the last ESF vision concept debuted in 2009 and will see Mercedes-Benz showcase technologies that are both currently viable and also ones which may still be some time away.
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Alborz Fallah
Nissan Leaf long-range set for CES launch
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23rd Dec 2018
1 min read

Nissan Leaf long-range set for CES launch

Nissan has confirmed plans to reveal a new model at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, with a teaser suggesting it'll be the long-range Leaf electric vehicle. The Leaf E-Plus, as it's likely to be badged, will pack a 60kWh battery and is expected to offer around 360km – up 120km on the 40kWh model touching down locally in April next year.
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Scott Collie