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The Visitor: Trucks For Cape Juby In Morocco

Under the name of "The Visitor" I will occasionally publish reports on the history of the automobile and commercial vehicle that are not related to the topic of electric vehicles. We start today with "Trucks for Cape Juby in Morocco", which I hope you will like.
A high command of the Spanish protectorate Cape Juby in Morocco, a small strip of landscape close to the Canary Islands, but on the African continent, in 1933 commissioned a company of London to ask for the possible supply of large trucks with diesel engines suitable for African roads. The Betancor company contacted the Armstrong-Saurer, Crossley, Foden and Yorkshire companies. The answers together with their…
07 August 2020 / V. Christian Manz

Drayson B12 69/EV

to get the new FIA World Land Speed Record
Drayson Racing Technologies today announces it will make an attempt for the FIA World Electric Land…
09 June 2013

Vauxhall Ampera Ambulancia

Extended-range electric vehicle for emergency
As part of the commitment to reducing its carbon emissions, Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust…
26 February 2013


Optare plc has been crowned the winner of SMMT's 2012 Award for Automotive Innovation, for its Optare Versa EV – the UK's first fully…
28 November 2012
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