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Mar 24, 2023

In its annual report for 2022, SEAT S.A. announced to release 3 new models by 2025; CUPRA UrbanRebel, Terramar and Tavascan.
Production of the CUPRA UrbanRebel will take place in Martorell, as part of the Strategic Project for Economic Recovery and Transformation (PERTE) relating to the Electric and Connected Vehicle (ECV).
In 2025, CUPRA will launch the UrbanRebel. It has a 166 kW electric motor and a range of 440 kilometers.
CUPRA Terramar will be produced at the Audi factory in Györ (Hungary) from 2024. It will be available in combustion engine versions, as well as with a new generation of plug-in hybrid electric propulsion systems that offer a range of approximately 100 kilometers in full electric mode.
100% electric model CUPRA Tavascan will be based on the Volkswagen Group’s modular MEB platform. This concept car is being designed in Barcelona and will be manufactured in China. It will reach the market in 2024.
It is equipped with two electric motors, one on each axle, providing a combined power of 250 kW to all four wheels. Its 79 kWh lithium-ion battery pack allows it to travel up to 549 kilometers in a combined cycle.

Based on SEAT S.A. annual report for 2022

Mar 22, 2023

On March 21, the BMW Group announced that the upcoming plant for Neuen Klasse, the Debrecen plant, is planned and validated completely virtually with the cooperation partner NVIDIA. The plant will start series production in 2025. BMW uses NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise to carry out simulations with digital twins in real time and thus optimize layouts, robotics, and logistics systems virtually.
NVIDIA Omniverse makes it easier for BMW Group users to work together across different locations and time zones and supports the planning and design of all structures, production facilities, and even individual processes at a new technological level. The new platform serves as a "cockpit" that gives users quick and easy access to the digital BMW planning world. The virtual planning for the approximately 1.4 square kilometer production site in Debrecen is being created.
IT and planning experts from both companies worked closely together to modify the open platform to meet the specific requirements of the BMW Group. NVIDIA Omniverse will be available to experts in various technology and planning departments beginning in late March 2023. The platform is operated in the cloud. The virtual planning of the new vehicle plant is considered the blueprint for all future planning processes of the BMW Group.

Based on the BMW Group press release

Mar 22, 2023

On March 15, Credobus announced that it has signed a purchase agreement with Hungary's largest bus service provider, VOLÁNBUSZ Zrt at the end of December for the delivery of a significant quantity of 47 suburban articulated buses - Credobus Econell 18 Next. 
Thanks to the contract, Hungarian articulated bus production, which had been suspended for years, could be restarted. The first vehicles can enter the market as early as spring. The self-supporting frame structure, the suspensions, and metal parts are also made by Kühne, which belongs to the company group. The main components come from leading European manufacturers such as FPT, ZF, Knorr-Bremse, Eberspächer, and Continental.
Credobus Econell 18 Next is the world's lightest articulated bus in the 18-meter category. During the testing of the bus prototype at the transport company in high-traffic suburban conditions, it produced 15-20% lower actual consumption than the types in stock. It can transport 56 seated and 70 standing passengers. It is equipped with EURO 6 E engine. The Econell Next family is available in midi, solo and articulated versions, with diesel and electric drive options. The electric solo model is expected to be introduced in 2023, and the articulated model in 2024.

Based on Credobus press release