EUCAR

AcronymDefinition
EUCAREuropean Council for Automotive R & D
EUCAREuropean Car Manufacturers
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The 2014 chairman of EUCAR, Nevio Di Giusto, CEO of Fiat Research Centre, said, 'Toyota brings to EUCAR substantial European and global expertise in research and innovation, which will enhance our collaborative activities and support the competitiveness of our industry.
The European Commission has come out in favour of R&D agreements in the European motor industry in a letter approving the EUCAR (European Council for Automotive Research and Development) Agreement concluded by Europe's main motor manufacturers (Fiat, Peugeot SA, Renault, VW, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volvo, Opel and Ford).
Objective: 6 of the European carmakers (DAIMLER, VW, TME, CRF, VOLVO, Opel), under the coordination of EUCAR, have joined forces to commonly address the high cost issue of innovations in vehicle lightweighting, having identified it as the major bottleneck towards their implementation in vehicle series and mass production.
This was largely based on a joint study between the Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC), CONCAWE (the oil industry's clean-air think tank) and EUCAR (European Council for Automotive R&D).
Hazard Level EUCAR be designed 6th The Alarming is optional to make the GLT connectable, or vorzuhalten solutions in the form of a special user notification in case of alarm.
EUCAR and CONCAWE have decided to pro-actively collaborate with the JRC in order to be able to better meet the challenges that stringent regulations for the reduction and control of vehicle emissions aimed at environmental and health protection raise for the car and oil industries.
In the battery area, the Company has signed a secrecy and test agreement with a major German car manufacturer to provide its nickel zinc battery for testing for potential use in electric/ hybrid electric vehicles (EV/HEV) with the results to be made available to the European EUCAR Consortium.