Key Statements for Sustainable Propulsion.
EUCAR is committed to supporting the targets of the 2015 Paris climate change conference, COP 21. →Our highest priority is to mitigate the impacts of climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
EUCAR is committed to developing and providing sustainable powertrain technologies that contribute to an enhanced quality of life of the EU citizens. →We reduce direct and indirect pollutant emissions from road transport, starting with urban areas.
EUCAR strives to develop powertrain technologies that will advance the technological competitiveness of the European automotive industry and maintain its position as a significant employer...
The automotive industry is one of the most important growth engines for economic welfare in Europe. The full strength of industry should be used to address the mobility issues we see in European cities. Novel and advanced versions of the passenger car and the commercial vehicle – as the backbone of the European economy – will contribute to seamlessly integrated public transport solutions as well as improvements of the transport system at large.
This will contribute tremendously to societal, environmental, and economic welfare, job creation and growth of Europe. Superior solutions can be exported globally and thus help Europe to position itself as a world leader in innovation,...
EUCAR is committed to achieve safer, cleaner, smarter and more efficient transport solutions. Researching Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) technologies will play a vital role in it:
CAV technologies will support the Vision Zero targets set for 2050 by decreasing the number of road fatalities and accidents.
CAV contributes to reducing transport emissions and congestion, while ensuring inclusive mobility for persons and goods.
CAV will provide individual mobility to all users; in particular elderly and people with disabilities.
CAV will have a remarkable economic impact ensuring long-term European growth and jobs.
CAV will enable new mobility concepts shifting...
Brussels 7 January 2019 – The European Council for Automotive R&D (EUCAR), representing the major European automobile manufacturers in their common research activities, welcomes Honda R&D Europe, as a new member to the organisation. Honda’s membership has taken effect on 1 January 2019.
“I would like to warmly welcome our new member, Honda. With joint forces we will seek common pre-competitive research insights that are crucial for our industry to further develop innovative mobility concepts. I strongly believe, that our mix of voices will lead to fruitful discussions, diversity in thinking and a broad portfolio of solutions”, says Dr Axel Heinrich, EUCAR Chairman 2019...
Release of EUCAR 2019 Project book
The European Council for Automotive Research & Development (EUCAR) has published the 2019 edition of the project book. For the first time the document has been designed and published only digital. With this change EUCAR presents up-to-date information and enables swift dissemination of relevant automotive research projects. This format will allow EUCAR to update its contents twice a year, allowing for a swift dissemination of these relevant projects.
The EUCAR project book contains an overview of all the current research and innovation projects in our priority fields for ‘Safe and integrated mobility’, ‘Sustainable propulsion’,...
Self-driving vehicles: European automotive R&D leading the global race
New study on automotive patents shows that Europe is leading the global race for self-driving vehicle innovation
More than 300 key stakeholders discuss automotive research and innovation at EUCAR Conference in Brussel
Automated driving experience demonstrates L3Pilot research results
Brussels, 9 November 2018 – Research and innovation in the field of automated driving was high on the agenda of the 2018 EUCAR Conference earlier this week. A lively debate on the future of urban mobility, brought policy makers and authorities together with auto manufacturers, researchers...