Audi R8 going electric, BMW drops diesels in the US, and hydrogen filling robots: Today's Car News


2019 Jaguar I-Pace S

2019 Jaguar I-Pace S

The next-generation Audi R8 sports car may go all-electric. BMW plans to drop diesel-powered cars in the United States after this year. A fuel-cell company develops a new hydrogen filling robot. And the results are in from one of our latest Twitter polls. All of this and more on Green Car Reports.

Come 2022, the Audi R8 could be an electric car. A new report claims the sports car will ditch its V-10 engine and feature an all-electric powertrain—perhaps with 1,000 horsepower.

BMW has confirmed it will drop diesel-powered cars in the U.S. after 2018. The Germany luxury brand will instead focus on plug-in hybrid vehicles.

A New York-based fuel-cell company has developed a hydrogen filling robot. The system is meant to simplify the hydrogen refueling process, which can help businesses save money and time.

We asked if electric cars will eliminate conventional hybrids from the market in a Twitter poll and the results are in.

Following news it will put the electric E-type Zero into production, Jaguar will also offer "classic" infotainment solutions for vintage models complete with navigation.

Finally, Uber plans to ban low-rated riders in Australia and New Zealand. The ban will last for six months and will eliminate a small percentage of riders with poor ratings.

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