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  6. One of the world's largest fossil fuel companies is betting on electric cars. Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA) revealed a deal on Thursday to acquire NewMotion, one of Europe's largest electric vehicle charging providers. NewMotion specializes in converting parking spots into electric charging stations. The Dutch firm has more than 30,000 electric charge points in Europe. The acquisition, Shell's first in this space, shows how Big Oil is being forced to confront the long-term threat posed by electric cars and efforts to phase out gasoline and diesel vehicles. Powered by SmartAsset.com SMARTASSET.COM "This is a way of broadening our offer as we move through the energy transition," Matthew Tipper, Shell's vice president of new fuels, told CNNMoney in an interview. "It's certainly a form of diversification." That may be an understatement. Consider that NewMotion says its founding mission was to "contribute to a cleaner world by eradicating fossil fuels." Now, it will be owned by one of the world's largest fossil fuel companies, albeit one that is investing more on renewable energy. NewMotion CEO Sytse Zuidema said the deal will speed his company's growth by giving it access to Shell's vast rolodex of corporate clients and industry contacts. "We are here not to fuel cars with petrol, but with electricity," Zuidema said. European oil companies, including Shell and rivals like BP (BP) and Total (TOT), have been far quicker than their U.S. rivals to invest in renewables like solar, wind and now even electric car charging. Related: These countries want to ban gas and diesel cars That makes sense because European investors and governments have been cracking down on oil's most reliable customer: the internal combustion engine. Norway, France, Germany and the U.K. have all announced efforts to phase out vehicles powered solely by fossil fuels. Shell is based in The Netherlands, where electric cars are popular and the government has set a target to boost sales even further. "We feel closer to it," said Tipper. "The degree to which electrification is changing mobility is very, very apparent here. It leads to this mindset." By contrast, President Trump has rolled back environmental regulations and promised to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord. Nonetheless, the rise of Tesla (TSLA) and push by Volkswagen (VLKAF), Honda (HMC) and others into electric cars have negative long-term implications for oil companies. Barclays warned in a recent report that by 2025 oil demand could be lowered by 3.5 million barrels per day due to electric vehicles and increased fuel efficiency on conventional autos. If electric vehicles become one-third of the car market by 2040, oil demand could drop by 9 million barrels per day from today's levels, Barclays estimates. "Somewhere along the way, we will hit peak oil demand. But we're a long ways away from that," said Brian Youngberg, senior energy analyst at Edward Jones. Related: California cities want Big Oil to pay for climate change costs While electric cars have gained in popularity, they remain a small slice of the overall market. Further gains could be limited by concerns about high costs and limited battery life. Still, it makes sense for energy companies to start preparing for renewables now, or else they risk falling behind. Big Oil needs to spend $350 billion on wind and solar by 2035 in order to have their renewable market share match the 12% they current hold in oil and gas, according to consulting firm Wood Mackenzie. Yet ExxonMobil (XOM), Chevron (CVX) and other major U.S. oil companies have not meaningfully invested in renewables. Expect that to change in the coming years.
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  11. Although usually a picture of sophistication and elegance, Katrina Kaif dons the wild and carefree look spectacularly as well. Yes, we all fell a little in love with the rebel Katrina Kaif played in Mere Brother ki Dulhan and why not? The actor was breathtaking. Kaif has once again donned her wild avatar in a photo shoot for a fashion brand. Clad in a biker jacket the actor looks ready to zoom away to nowhere and we are loving the actor’s steamy look. Modelling for fbb’s winter collection, the Fitoor actor looked sensational. Styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania, the actor donned a simple striped shirt on blue denim jeans. But the stunning factor was her black leather jacket, which added fierceness to her attire. A plethora of rings and bracelets adorned her hands and we think Adajania did a wonderful job with curating the biker look. A round of applause for Daniel Bauer and Florian Hurel for giving the Jagga Jasoos actor beachy waves which sultrily accessorised her attire. Smoky eyes and nude lips rounded out her look very nicely and we think she completely nailed the look.
  12. Land Rover has unveiled its new flagship SUV, which happens to be the company’s most luxurious and technically advanced vehicle. But one of the biggest changes can be found under the hood where, for the first time ever there's the option of a hybrid powertrain. The new plug-in hybrid model, which will be badged the P400e when it goes on sale at the beginning of 2018, offers 404hp and 640Nm of torque which can be channelled to the wheels depending on whether the car is on the straight or tackling some serious off-road terrain. It can be driven in electric-only mode for up to 31 miles and can go from 0-60mph in a less than sluggish 6.4 seconds. And because the hybrid system powers an electric motor that offers instantaneous torque that can be sent to any wheel rather than simply one axle or the other, as well as improving fuel economy, it also boosts the car's already peerless all-terrain capabilities. “The new [hybrid] powertrain isn't simply a no-compromise solution -- it builds on the traditions of our flagship SUV and delivers heightened refinement and comfort with impressive performance and efficiency," said Nick Collins, Vehicle Line Director, Jaguar Land Rover But the hybrid powertrain is just the start. The new car's exterior has been given an evolutionary tweak with new grille, headlamp design, while the interior has been taken to another level entirely. While other carmakers are looking to the Range Rover in order to position their luxury SUV offerings, Land Rover is clearly taking cues from the likes of Maybach and Rolls-Royce. Every seat is now bigger, softer and more supporting. The front seats have 24-way adjustment. There are 17 connection points from USB and domestic power plug sockets to HDMI inputs dotted throughout the cabin. The 4G/LTE wi-fi hotspot supports eight individual connected devices, and the rear seats have 25 different massage settings. Plump for the new, even bigger, long wheelbase edition and those massaging seats also recline by 40° and offer integrated calf rests. And if that long wheelbase model happens to be the flagship SVAutobiography Dynamic, then owners will also get an overhauled supercharged V8 up front which has been tuned to output 565hp (a 15hp increase on the current model) and that gives it a very impressive 0-60mph time of 5.1 seconds. "Our customers are very clear about what they want from any new Range Rover. ‘Don't change it, just make it better,' they tell us, so everything we've done has been about enhancing our flagship SUV," said Gerry McGovern, Chief Design Officer, Land Rover.