Vehicle emissions control

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  • Ethical Dilemmas In The Volkswagen Company

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    The German automobile manufacturer, Volkswagen, knowingly jeopardized their company to cheat emission tests, result producing a cleaner type of diesel. The actions leading to the unethical decisions by German automaker was not the fault of an individual, but rather problems throughout the entire corporation. For a greater understanding of the event that took place within Volkswagen it is best to examine the different divisions of the organization and the individuals’ decision, which was the leading

  • Ethical Dilemmas : Ethics And Ethics Of The Volkswagen Scandal

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    ethical decisions. Corporations also have a social responsibility which involves how they deal with consumers and also other companies as well. Volkswagen was a well-known automobile company that was charged with misleading their reporting on the vehicle emissions test. Many questions arise as to who may have known about this deceit as well as what could have been done to prevent this from happening. One of the disturbing factors regarding the scandal is knowing that it may have been a joint effort between

  • Who Killed the Electric Car

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    As a result of their development of a solar powered vehicle for a competition, General Motors decided in the late 1980's to develop a fully functional and affordable electric powered car. The resulting vehicles were high powered, zero emission, but could only run for approximately 100 miles on a charge, which is sufficient for most day to day driving. Because they knew that the technology was feasible and because of the global warming phenomenon resulting from the uncontrolled burning of fossil fuels

  • Tesla And Technology : Innovation Evaluation Of Elon Musla

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    creative spark for Tesla is to prove to people that electric cars can be better, quicker and more fun to drive than non-electric cars. Tesla’s problem that it wants to solve “the faster the world stops relying on fossil fuels and moves towards a zero- emission future, the better.” (, 2017) Tesla’s Radical Innovation Incremental innovation is a series of small improvements to an existing product or product line that usually helps maintain or improve its competitive position over time. Radical

  • I.Introduction . A)Purpose. Renault Uk As A Pioneer In

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    I. Introduction a) Purpose Renault UK as a pioneer in the Electric Vehicle (EV) industry has a good performance in the EV market. This report first described Renault UK and the product New ZOE analysed in this article; then this report generally introduced the same type of vehicle and Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV) on the market. Based on the information, this report listed all aspects of external factors New ZOE faced and analysed the actual situation; then comprehensive analysis the two development

  • Essay On Cabstar

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    Trucks Cabstar is the name that is used for pickup trucks and LCVs in Japan that are sold by Nissan and Renault- Nissan Alliance in their European Markets. The name Cabstar originated in 1968 under the banner of Datsun but was changed to the ‘Nissan’ in the early years of the 80s. The earlier Cabstar and Homer ranges were replaced by lighter versions and the cabal and clipper by the Atlas range of Nissan. The truck is known by different names depending on the location. Towards the end of 1981 the

  • Who Killed the Electric Car

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    early twentieth century. These electric vehicles were killed off nearly 100 years ago as gas/petroleum powered internal combustion engine cars became cheaper. The worsening problems of gas/petrol cars are illustrated: smog, high child asthma rates, CO2 emissions

  • R & D : Business Strategy

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    Introduction In this essay, it explores the understanding and importance of R&D, business strategy and their links. Organizations discover it progressively hard to meet their development targets and should search for new arrangements that can bring them extra income. In business, R&D is very critical for marketing and competition has made R&D important, by keeping up with consumers’ trends, needs and demands. Research and development would be a suitable tool in the competitive market. We frequently

  • Tesla Risks

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    operating history. If we do not successfully address these risks, our business, prospects, operating results and financial condition will be materially and adversely harmed. We were formed in July 2003. We began delivering our first performance electric vehicle, the Tesla Roadster, in early 2008, and as of March 31, 2012, we had only sold approximately 2,250 Roadsters to customers, primarily in the United States and Europe. Our revenues for the three months

  • Tesla Motors, Inc. Essay

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    of strengths that has made the company successful with manufacturing and selling of their luxury electric vehicles (Eisler, 2016, p. 35). Tesla Motors, Inc. has a technological advantage in the battery market industry with their partnership with Panasonic. Panasonic and Tesla collaborated in the development of the Gigafactory, which “is designed to churn out cells for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) with a combined energy storage capacity of 35 GWh per year – more than the total energy storage capacity