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So far in 2019 Germany is the biggest Electric car market

According to sale reports for the two first months Germany is the biggest market for all-electric cars in Europe Now, Germany pass over Norway. Well, it has to happend Norway is so much smaller than Germany in population. Norway – at best – can double its BEV sales, reaching 100% BEV market share, while Germany

ABB installed over 10,000 fast chargers globally

ABB boasts that so far it installed around the world more than 10,500 DC fast chargers for electric vehicles (cars, trucks and buses), across 73 countries. It’s quite an achievement for ABB and a success story of the acquisition of the Dutch Epyon start-up in 2011, which was the foundation for the 50 kW Terra

By |2019-03-09T16:29:18+00:00March 8th, 2019|Categories: Electro Car's, Featured|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Seat reveals first teaser of all electric crossover

Seat looking at the future in a electric way Well, Seat released the first teaser of its all-new all-electric concept model. For showing it is scheduled for the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. (07-17.03.2019) This new EV appears to be a kind of crossover, but its main task is to imagine the future and, according to

Used electric car prices are slowly growing

For years, electric vehicles have had relatively low resale value for a variety of reasons. Used electric vehicles are typically priced with the $7500 federal tax credit baked in. The plug-in market is also rapidly improving. First gen electrics such as the Chevy Spark EV and 2015 Nissan LEAF simply cannot compare to the Chevy Bolt EV and the Gen 2 LEAF.

Electric car sales in the Netherlands tripled in prev month

Netherlands: 10% market share for plug-ins It seems that November was the best month for plug-in car sales in the Netherlands since December 2016. This year changes of BIK for BEVs also fuels strong growth, especially of the most expensive models. In total, 3,499 new registrations translated into a growth rate of 221% year-over-year as well as 10% market share. - according to Insideevs.com

By |2018-12-15T05:48:52+00:00December 15th, 2018|Categories: Electro Car's, World|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Electric car sales in the Netherlands tripled in prev month

A short video of Tesla Model 3 Performance race Tesla Roadster

This may be the first matchup between Tesla’s oldest car and newest car. Vivianna Van Deerlin Video Description via Vivianna Van Deerlin on YouTube: Tesla Model 3 Performance vs Tesla Roadster Sport Atco Dragway 9/14/2018 Model 3 Performance vs 2010 Tesla Roadster Sport (performance version of the Roadster) Model 3P: 11.838 sec @ 114.02 mph with reaction

By |2018-12-14T00:46:35+00:00December 2nd, 2018|Categories: Electro Car's, TESLA|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on A short video of Tesla Model 3 Performance race Tesla Roadster

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

European countries are embracing Electric car adoption

These European countries are embracing Electric car adoption Europe’s automotive market is slowly getting charged. Norway has become the world’s EV capital, thanks to generous purchase subsidies and other incentives. EVs are exempt from acquisition tax and from the country’s 25 percent value-added tax. They also enjoy privileged status on the roads, with exemptions from tolls,

Kia Sportage 48v mild-hybrid

48v mild-hybrid crossover - Kia Sportage 2.0-litre diesel power engine with 48-volt battery addition and starter-generator which “extends engine-off time”, improves acceleration and reduces CO2 emissions by up to four per cent. Autoevolution Kia says it will launch more “advanced powertrain vehicles” till 2025. They were precise about it: five hybrids, five PHEVs, five pure-EVs and

Canadian Electra Meccanica delivers first vehicle to U.S.

Tiny Canadian startup automaker Electra Meccanica represent their tiny electric 3-wheeler. So they are certified for sale and the first vehicle is delivered to U.S. Electra Meccanica isn't meant to replace a conventional car, but rather to handle short trips such as commutes as efficiently as possible. The Electra Meccanica Solo is a single-seat electric with a