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Nissan does not have plans to be diesel anymore

Nissan is going to ditch diesel power in Europe, with the Japanese manufacturer planning to phase out the fuel choice by not offering it on new models. As one of the leading EV manufacturers in the world, Nissan already has plenty of presence with non-diesel models. It also follows in the footsteps of manufacturers such

By | September 20th, 2018|Categories: Electro Car's, Nissan|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

SAIC-GM-Wuling (Baojun) launching its Second Electric Car

Baojun will launch the E200, its second battery electric vehicle. It features more than 200 upgrades compared to the E100, including a longer range, a new exterior and interior design. The Baojun E200, produced by General Motors’ SAIC-GM-Wuling joint venture, has a constant-speed range of up 270 kilometers and 210 kilometers under New European Driving

351 miles on single charge with Renault ZOE

The Renault ZOE can go further than you might think, if the speed is regulated. The top French electric car, the Renault ZOE, is rated for about 300 km (186 miles) or 200 km (124 miles) in the winter, using a 41 kWh battery. Recently, Renault shared an image with a result of 564.9 km (351 miles) on a single charge done

Renault ZOE in short time becomes best selling car in UK

For the first time, an electric hatchback is the fastest-selling used car in UK. The 2016 Renault Zoe electric hatchback was the fastest-selling used car in Britain during July – the first time an electric car has topped the charts. According to used car marketplace Auto Trader, the little battery-powered Renault took an average of just 18

Largest order of all-electric trucks encounters VW

VW has received - it could be - the largest order of all-electric trucks to date. Ambev,  Brazilian brewery, has committed to electrify its delivery fleet and placed an order for 1,600 all-electric trucks with Volkswagen. Last year, VW announced plans for a $1.7 billion investment to bring electric trucks and buses to market. One of

Stunning new all-electric concept comes from Opel

 Opel announced plans to build its own electric cars as its Chevy Bolt EV deal with GM isn’t working out. European automaker is unveiling a stunning new all-electric concept. Company says that they ‘stands for electrification of all Opel models by 2024’. The concept name ''Opel GT X Experimental’'. OPEL  wrote about the concept: “Opel decided to embody

Next-gen electric Ford crossover will be inspired by the Mustang

Ford confirms that its next-gen electric crossover, its first all-electric vehicle built to be electric and it will be inspired by Mustang. In the teaser, Ford showed an Explorer SUV and a Mustang entering a garage and hit by some magical lightning – implying that it melted the vehicles together to create a new one. Then a vehicle,

2,000 electric cars from VW for a new car sharing service

VW announced that the deployment of what could be one of the largest all-electric car fleets through its new ‘We Share‘ car sharing service. Berlin is going to be the first city to get the service and it will start with a 2,000 electric cars. VW’s electric vehicles are already being used in third-party car-sharing

By | September 8th, 2018|Categories: Electro Car's|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Security feature form TESLA – “PIN To Drive”

Thanks to Tesla’s over-the-air updates, features like security upgrades can be initiated fleet wide. Tesla’s newest update is a “PIN to drive” setting. This will allow owners to program a personal identification number. Pin you need to enter in order to drive the car. Tesla owners will have the option to activate and deactivate this new

Western Europe goes electric 40% more in July

All-Electric car sales in western Europe up 40% in July For all-electric cars in Western Europe, it was the best July ever. Western Europe has high potential in the future as there are many new models that will enter the market. According to EagleAID, in July some 11,800 all-electric cars were sold in Western Europe, which is 39.5% more than a