BMW et Toyo pour une voiture sportive hybride

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BMW et Toyo pour une voiture sportive hybride

Message par Vroom le Jeu 24 Jan 2013, 17:21

Salut

je suis tombe la dessus... a voir le resultat. En tout cas, Toyo sait faire du partnering et est bien de retour sur le segment sport...

http://www.tf1.fr/auto-moto/actualite/toyota-et-bmw-ensemble-pour-une-petite-sportive-hybride-7790962.html

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Message par kiwiZ le Jeu 24 Jan 2013, 18:53

j'allais créer un post à cet effet, étant tombé sur un article similaire Wink http://www.lepoint.fr/auto-addict/innovations/bmw-accord-avec-toyota-sur-la-pile-a-combustible-et-sur-une-sportive-24-01-2013-1619698_652.php
si des "poids lourds" du 4 roues s'accordent à bosser ensemble pour l'avenir ça risque de faire mal pour les autres c'est clair tongue

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Message par Leenox le Jeu 24 Jan 2013, 19:03

je vous file le communiqué officiel en anglais.



BMW Group and TMC are pursuing their successful strategic long-term cooperation in the field of
sustainable mobility today by signing binding agreements aimed at long-term collaboration between the two
companies for the joint development of a fuel cell system, joint development of architecture and components
for a sports vehicle, and joint research and development of lightweight technologies. These agreements
follow a memorandum of understanding signed in June 2012.

On the main picture: Akio Toyoda and Norbert Reithofer, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW
AG.

Furthermore, BMW Group and TMC also today signed a binding agreement to commence collaborative
research on lithium-air batteries, a post-lithium-battery solution. This agreement marks the second phase of
collaborative research into next-generation lithium-ion battery cells that commenced in March 2012.

The main points of the agreements are:

1. Fuel cell system
- The companies are convinced that fuel cell technology is one of the solutions necessary to achieve zero
emissions. BMW Group and TMC are to share their technologies and to jointly develop a fundamental fuel-
cell vehicle system, including not only a fuel cell stack and system, but also a hydrogen tank, motor and
battery, aiming for completion in 2020.
- The companies are to collaborate in jointly assessing hydrogen infrastructure development and in creating
codes and standards necessary for the popularization of fuel cell vehicles.

2. Sports vehicle
The companies agreed to set-up a feasibility study to define a joint platform concept for a mid-size sports
vehicle that is to be completed by the end of 2013. The two companies aim to combine each other’s
technology and knowledge at a high level to maximise customer satisfaction. Both companies are to share
the vision to further collaborate in the field of sports vehicle development.

3. Lightweight technology
The companies are to jointly develop lightweight technologies for vehicle bodies using cutting-edge
materials such as reinforced composites, with an eye to utilize these technologies in cooperation on the
development of a jointly developed sports-vehicle platform as well as other BMW and TMC vehicles.

4. Post-lithium-battery technology
The companies are to begin joint research with a goal to develop a lithium-air battery with energy density
greatly exceeding that of current lithium-ion batteries.

Norbert Reithofer, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG said: “TMC and the BMW Group
share the same strategic vision of future sustainable mobility. In light of the technological changes ahead,
the entire automotive industry faces tremendous challenges, which we also regard as an opportunity. This
collaboration is an important building block in keeping both companies on a successful course in the future.”

Akio Toyoda, President of TMC said: “It is just over a year since we signed our collaborative MoU, and with
each day as our relationship strengthens, we feel acutely that we are making steadfast progress. Now, we
are entering the phase that promises the fruit. While placing importance on what we learn from the joint
development, we will work hard together in reaching our common goal of making ever-better cars.”

BMW Group and TMC first agreed to form a medium-to-long-term collaborative relationship for developing
next-generation environment-friendly vehicles and technologies in December 2011, at which time the two
companies also signed a contract under which BMW Group is to supply highly efficient diesel engines to
Toyota Motor Europe. BMW Group and TMC―as long-term strategic partners―have since continued their
joint efforts to realize sustainable mobility for the future.

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Parfaitement, Jeremy Clarkson à raison !

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Re: BMW et Toyo pour une voiture sportive hybride

Message par Chronogps le Jeu 24 Jan 2013, 20:10

La Z2 c'est une peut comme la Bluesport chez VW/Audi... on en parle depuis des années et rien n'est jamais venu. Espérons qu'avec Toyota le projet finisse par avancer.

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