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The Flow – Electric Scooter With 50-Mile Range

The Flow it's like any other electric scooter at the first sight. But underneath its fiberglass bodywork the model hides some pretty impressive tech. 22Motors developed an app that accompanies the Flow which utilizes artificial intelligence and machine learning. With the usual GPS, alerts for texts, calls, geo-fencing capabilities, theft alerts, and traffic/road condition updates, the scooter’s

By | May 25th, 2018|Categories: Electro Car's|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Blockchain is everywhere – Rise of Blockchain in the Auto Sector

Blockchain platforms have been developed for food supply chains, commercial transactions, and myriad financial services. Today blockchain is making its way into the automotive industry in some exciting and important ways. Over the last year, Porsche, Toyota, BMW, Volkswagen, Renault have announced initiatives to integrate blockchain into the automotive sector. Hear it now: Sebastien Henot, manager of business

Electric Mercedes-Benz Citaro Buses taking over Europe

Electrification of the German flagship suggests that soon there will be hundreds, if not thousands, of sales in Europe. Mercedes-Benz Citaro is one of the most popular buses in the world with more than 50,000 copies sold. Mercedes-Benz managed to sell 20 Citaro Electric buses to long-time customer Hamburger Hochbahn from Hamburg. By 2020, the company

First hybrid Bentley – Bentayga

Bentley reckons that travelling on electric power can create “an oasis of calm and tranquillity” suitable to one of its cars. The Bentayga is a perfectly sensible car to put a hybrid drivetrain beneath. It weighs nearly as much as a small moon. First hybrid Bentley The Bentley Bentayga Hybrid is the fourth car in

Royal Mail – so sweet delivery van and it’s a fully electric

The smallest and at around three and a half tonnes, though other designs weigh in at six and seven and a half tonnes. Each is built from ultra-lightweight composite materials, along with Arrival’s own hardware and all have been fine-tuned for inner-cities. Arrival Formerly known as Charge Automotive, it’s a tech company based in Oxfordshire, with

By | May 21st, 2018|Categories: Electro Car's|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Skoda’s first ever all-electric car crossover

The Vision E is fractionally larger wheelbase with extremely spacious interior. Because it’s an SUV-coupe, there’s the typical sloping roofline, and much talk of dynamic silhouettes. Vision E concept Vision E concept is a five-door SUV-coupe and the company's first all-electric car. Skoda has fitted the Vision E with two electric motors (one on the front, one on the

Jaguar I-PACE rolling on streets of Rome

The company shows the Jaguar I-PACE with its Formula E team driver Mitch Evans from the Formula E ePrix in Rome earlier this year. The video shows that the I-PACE is like a silence enclave in city traffic. Another part emphasized is the range (480 km WLTP) and performance (0-100 km/h in 4.8 seconds). “Jaguar I-PACE looks and feels like

Volvo – in future with no diesel models

Volvo has announced that it no new models will be launched with a diesel engine. Swedish firm wants to keep focus in its electrification efforts. The new S60 the first model with a no diesel option The company's chief executive and president of Volvo, Hakan Samuelsson, said: "Our future is electric and we will no

UK: registrations on EV is up more than 40% in April

The UK's electric vehicle market continued its now familiar growth in April, with more than 3,800 plug-in cars registered in April 2018 - representing 2.3% of the total UK car market.  42% up compared to last year Of the combined electric vehicle registrations, more than 900 units were pure-electric models, and almost 3,000 were PHEVs.

Electric Ferrari – nothing before 2023

Sergio Marchionne claimed in January that Ferrari will be the first on the market with an electric supercar. Please don't expect to see such a model from the 'Italian red'  before 2023. The Ferrari chairman told reporters that Ferrari won't launch an electric car until after its new five-year business plan is complete. Marchionne said Ferrari will

By | May 16th, 2018|Categories: Featured, Ferrari, News by Brand|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments