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See you at SEMA

As the European leg of the automotive exhibitions draws to a close JTAPE’s focus will move state side for the SEMA show. The SEMA Show is the world’s largest automotive trade event. It draws the industry’s brightest minds and hottest products to one place. From 1-4 November JTAPE will be…

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It was all about Autonomous at Automechanika

With Automechanika 2016 focusing on technology JTAPE could see first hand how Autonomous vehicles will change the automotive industry. It’s been well documented that most manufacturers will move towards this driverless future in three stages: Feet-off (intelligent cruise control) Hands-off (think of Tesla’s Autopilot) Brain-off stages While stage 1 and…

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Is Apple about to takeover McLaren

Shortly after Automechanika 2016 closed its doors the news became flooded with reports that Apple is poised to takeover McLaren. From the rumours swirling through the halls at the show, Apple was in the process of scaling back its autonomous car project (codename Project Titan) to refocus on software delivery.

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Automechanika 2016 Review

With a record 4,820 exhibitors at the show, we, JTAPE, exhibited at our 7th Automechanika Frankfurt this September, as was once again, it was another success for our company. Over 136,000 visitors from over 170 different countries visiting the Frankfurt exhibition in 2016 and as always, we saw a great…

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Has Apple changed its focus with Project Titan

Automechanika 2016 has had a great deal of focus on technology in the lead up to and throughout the event. One of the hottest rumors circulating the halls is that after several years of development, huge R & D investment, and some extremely high profile staff recruitment from…

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Are we about to see the rebirth of DeLorean

There have been whispers for quite some time, crazy concepts shared on the web and everything in between, but we have just had confirmation from sources at Automechanika that a new DeLorean will be manufactured and should appear in low volumes next year. The DeLorean which…

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