Month: March 2021

A close look at the Mercedes-Benz GLC

The Mercedes-Benz GLC is one of the most popular premium midsize SUVs. Despite being one of the oldest offerings in the segment, it is still a strong seller for the brand.

In 2019, Mercedes-Benz gave the GLC range a mid-life refresh, and now for 2021, the carmaker has stuffed it with some new features. Priced at ₹57.36 lakh for the petrol and ₹63.13 lakh for the diesel, this 2021 version sees a price hike of ₹1.50 lakh and ₹2 lakh over the respective 2020 versions.

We get behind the wheel of the GLC 200 petrol, and touch upon all that

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Biden’s $2T infrastructure plan would overhaul grid — Wednesday, March 31, 2021 —

President Biden will unveil a $2 trillion, eight-year plan today that features efforts to speed up a transition to clean energy, including $100 billion to upgrade the U.S. electric grid and to give the Energy Department more clout in disputes over siting power lines.

The sweeping “American Jobs Plan,” which Biden will begin pitching at an event this afternoon in energy-rich Pennsylvania, also calls for huge investments in carbon capture projects, $174 billion in electric vehicles, and the repeal of subsidies and foreign tax credits for the fossil fuel industry.

Citing the recent Texas power outages, White House officials said

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Printed electronics and packaging – a look at the OE-A competition

In its annual competition, OE-A, the Organic and Printed Electronics Association, a working group within VDMA, looks for new ideas, prototypes and designs related to flexible, organic and printed electronics.

What added value does Printed Electronics bring to  this product? Which product shows the highest degree of innovation? And how attractive is it  for the target group? These were the questions to answer for the jury of this year’s competition, consisting of representatives from international companies and institutes. “We were excited about how many products and prototypes from such diverse fields as medicine, automotive or wearables took part

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Kia EV6 redefines boundaries of electric mobility with inspiring design, exhilarating performance and innovative space

  • EV6 is the symbol of Kia’s new brand and the first BEV built on new dedicated EV platform
  • Choice of multiple zero-emissions powertrain configurations; over 510 kilometers from a single charge
  • 800V ultra-fast charging from 10 to 80 percent in just 18 minutes; 100 kilometers in less than 4.5 minutes
  • EV6 GT accelerates from 0-to-100 km/h in 3.5 seconds with top speed of 260 km/h
  • New EV architecture delivers spacious interior and high-tech features for an intuitive user experience
  • Advanced Driver Assistance System includes Highway Driving Assist 2 and Remote Smart Parking Assist

SEOUL, March 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

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Global Automotive Antifreeze Market (2020 to 2027) – by Fluid Type, Technology, Application and Distribution Channel –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Automotive Antifreeze Market by Fluid Type, Technology, Application and Distribution Channel and Aftermarket: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020-2027” report has been added to’s offering.

Antifreeze is an additive that helps to manage the temperature of a vehicle’s engine by reducing freezing point and increasing the boiling point of the cooling system. It can be developed from either organic acid, inorganic salts, and azoles or a combination of all three. It prevents rigid enclosures from bursting due to expansion from freezing.

The automotive antifreeze market has witnessed significant growth over the years, owing to

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Biden Details $2 Trillion Plan to Rebuild Infrastructure and Reshape the Economy

WASHINGTON — President Biden will unveil an infrastructure plan on Wednesday whose $2 trillion price tag would translate into 20,000 miles of rebuilt roads, repairs to the 10 most economically important bridges in the country, the elimination of lead pipes and service lines from the nation’s water supplies and a long list of other projects intended to create millions of jobs in the short run and strengthen American competitiveness in the long run.

Biden administration officials said the proposal, which they detailed in a 25-page briefing paper and which Mr. Biden will discuss in an afternoon speech in Pittsburgh, would

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