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400 miles of range with Vigo electric motorcycle

Is it real, or is it vaporware? While electric motorcycles offer amazing performance, the major strike against them is their limited range. It’s usually too short to be used for anything more than short trips, and it takes hours to recharge for another go. Vigo promises to change that, if only it can find the funding.  - says RideApart.com

Hyundai & Kia: New solar charging tech for vehicles

Hyundai and Kia have announced plans to add solar roof charging technology to selected group models. With that, they are supporting electric, hybrid, and internal combustion vehicles with additional electrical power to improve efficiency. The systems will be able to charge batteries of pure-electric and plug-in hybrid models. Three different types of system are being

With Norway again: 6.5% of all registered cars are now Electric

According to official data, as of the end of September 2018, there were some 178,521 all-electric passenger cars registered in Norway. That is a decent 6.5% of the total fleet (2,728,043). Another 3% comes from plug-in hybrids (over 80,000). - insideevs.com The biggest player in Norway turns out to be the Nissan LEAF, which since 2011 noted 46,023 registrations (including 31,863 new and some

Energica launches MotoE – the Ego Sport Black

Italian electric motorcycle manufacturer Energica added a new addition to the electric lineup - the Ego Sport Black. Fast bikes with stylish Italian design and zero emissions is what Energica has been promoting for the past few years. Inspired by everything the team has learned developing the MotoE bikes, Energica has decided to give one of its

Hope to be seen – Vauxhall Corsa EV next year

Vauxhall will offer a pure-electric Corsa from summer 2019. So we hope and a PHEV version of the Grandland X SUV will be join at the same time. As the company will have four electrified models on sale by the end of 2020. Opel has made the announcements as part of planned model updates, and

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,

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

They say it’s “Tesla Of The Sea” – Q-Yachts

The electric yacht of the future appeared in Finland. Many consider Q-Yachts Q30 as the “Tesla Of The Sea“. The first model, Q30, is equipped with a 30 kWh or 60 kWh battery for up to 42 or 80 nautical miles (48-92 miles) of range at cruise speed of 9 knots (10.3 mph) or a lot less 22/40 nautical miles at top speed of

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