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How did car sharing develop in Moscow?
  • 13.02.20 How did car sharing develop in Moscow?

    Experts of the analytical agency "AUTOSTAT" have already reported that Moscow has become the world leader by the car sharing. So, at the end of 2019, there were a little more than 30 thousand car-sharing cars in the Russian capital. The Moscow car-sharing fleet has developed very rapidly during the past few years.

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Russian dealers of Ford began sales of updated Mondeo

Ford Mondeo sedan has received a technological upgrade aimed at the safety improving of the car and improving of the intelligent driver assistance systems. People can order updated Ford Mondeo at all official Ford dealers in Russia.

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Kazakhstan auto industry grew by 82% in January 21.02.20 - 08:28 Kazakhstan auto industry grew by 82% in January

Eight times growth was immediately demonstrated by truck manufacturers

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Proven oil reserves are growing, but at today s rate of consumption figures suggest that we will run out of oil before 2050 unless new sources or alternatives are brought on stream, or consumption is reduced. It is viewed that these new sources of oil will be found, but just in case, major corporations are also investing in alternatives and ways of reducing consumption.

One response by the automotive sector has been the development of alternative fuel vehicles based on electricity – EVs and HEVs are now available from all major OEMs. But electricity alone cannot meet all the world s up-coming energy requirements for transport. Indeed a consensus is emerging among leading automotive businesses that electric vehicles alone can never fulfil the everyday driver’s requirement for all types of journeys. Liquid fuel of some kind, or a sustainable alternative, will be required for long-range sustainable mobility.

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