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Daimler Consults Ford Over New Engine

The arrival of the new Ford Fiesta is at hand. One of the features of the new car is its 1.0-liter EcoBoost three-cylinder engine which is a product of one of the company’s small overseas powerplant. The success of the American company in its new engine has caused popular automakers to take notice, including Daimler, according to a report from Autoblog. Then, currently, Daimler is consulting Ford about the specs and other information of its new engine so the company could use the data on the development of its future products like the Smart ForTwo and the Renault Twingo, a product under the Daimler and Renault-Nissan alliance. In exchange for… Continue Reading »

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Ford, Nissan, And Daimler Forged Fuel Cell Technology Development Agreement

An agreement was forged by three major auto manufacturers recently that will result to a common fuel cell system. The system will be used for upcoming zero-emission vehicles. The release of reasonably-priced, hydrogen-powered, mass market vehicles within five-years-time is the main goal of the agreement between Ford, Nissan and Daimler. It also aims to set global component standards. An equal investment will be given by Ford Motor Company, Nissan Motor Company, and Daimler, which will minimize expenses in the development of the technology. This is made possible by optimizing a common design and taking advantage of the economies of scale. The joint statement by the three manufacturers serves to support… Continue Reading »

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Daimler Negotiate With Ford and Renault-Nissan For Fuel-Cell Technology

After facing issues in the development of fuel-cell technology, Daimler looking to companies such as Ford and Renault-Nissan for help. BMW and Toyota recently revealed that it was collaborating in the development of fuel-cell systems for vehicles by 2020. On the part of Daimler, it will not unveil a B-Class that features a fuel-cell system any time soon. The company is trying to find a long-term partner in the development of the technology and reduce costs. Although the fuel propulsion system of Daimler is nearly finalized, the German company will not bring the B-Class into the market since its price tag is rather steep. Due to this, the new target… Continue Reading »

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