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New ETTN Videos Explore Emerging Engine Technology, Alternative Fuels and Regulation


ETTN members who would like to stay informed on emerging engine technology can watch three new videos, presented by the network, that delve into electric vehicle (EV) technology, alternative fuels and the changing landscape of the automotive aftermarket:


Electric Vehicles and The Changing Landscape of the Automotive Aftermarket

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In this video, Bob Morreale, of The Tuning School, and Karen Salvaggio, of Scorpion EV, discuss the changing landscape of how OEMs are moving forward with electrification via hybrids or battery electric vehicles (BEVs), and how this has sparked an entire new industry of electric aftermarket vehicles and products. Watch the video and gain insight into current and anticipated legislation adoption that will develop over the next 10 years, as well as the pros and cons of EVs and aftermarket opportunities.

How Companies Are Navigating Regulation and Pivoting to Hybrid and EV
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In this video, Rob Simons, of Automotive Consulting Services, and Tobi Burek, of Ricardo, dive into an insightful and informative discussion on BEVs, biofuels and hydrogen technologies. Watch the video and gain a better understanding of emerging engine technologies and the opportunities and challenges that come with each.

Biofuels - Continuing the Conversation
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As the aftermarket continues to look at fuel alternatives, biofuels may become the in-between that automobile manufacturers can use for performance internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles alongside their electric vehicle fleet. Watch this video and hear from Ian Lehn, founder of BOOSTane, and Bjorn Noack, director at Bosch, as they explore legislation that supports and hinders biofuel development, companies that are currently investing in this technology, and whether or not the average enthusiast has access to biofuels.