Thursday August 13, 2020

Future of cars rolls into Kerry

The Electronomous summit in Killarney will shine a spotlight on the rapidly growing area of international car technology

29th April, 2018
The Ford EcoSport has received a major update – but will that help its sales here in the slightest?

Kerry might seem like an odd location to hold an international car technology summit, but then again, it’s a good reminder that the topics up for discussion at Electronomous (the future of electric vehicles, connected car technology, autonomous vehicles and cyber security) affect every car buyer and motorist, no matter where they are in the world.

This will be the second year that Cartell.ie, the vehicle history and data expert, will have organised...

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