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2019 Tesla Model X 100D POV TEST DRIVE

The longest range version of the electric SUV gets tested. AutoTopNL is known for these unique point-of-view test drives, but it’s known to be fond of electric cars or electric SUVs. As AutoTopNL itself states: We’re not interested in eco & green (unless it’s like, really superfast). Screaming exhausts, whining superchargers and blowing turbo’s is

Will electric pickups replace diesel trucks? Check this video

Is it time to replace the diesel heavy-duty trucks with electric? The Fast Lane Truck continues its No, You’re Wrong! series with another episode concerning electric drive as an answer. This time, the questions are: Are diesel HD trucks dead?  Will electric pickups replace them? Raising such questions indicates that electrification matured enough to draw

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Hyundai IONIQ electric gets price increase

Hyundai quietly upped the price of its IONIQ Electric Just a week ago, Hyundai began selling its 2019 IONIQ Electric in other CARB states, rather than just California. According to a recent story by CarsDirect, within three days of the sales expansion, the automaker bumped up the EV’s price by more than $500. The IONIQ

Jaguar I-PACE against water at the Invictus Games Sydney: Video

Water can't stop electric cars! During the 2018 Invictus Games Sydney on Cockatoo Island in Sydney Harbour, 24 competitors from 12 countries had a chance to prove themselves in the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge. Drivers got the all-electric Jaguar I-PACE and were required to perform challenging tasks in three different categories, including a slalom in the water. The canoe slalom

Another electric to join the fray at CES 2018 – Kia Niro EV concept

The Kia Niro is already on sale in standard hybrid and plug-in hybrid forms but it will take the stage as a full EV at CES 2018. Kia will preview a Niro EV concept at the show next week, and it's showing us these teaser photos in the meantime. We can see a new face/lighting scheme is being applied to the concept; this

Watch the World’s quickest street legal Electric car – Flux Capacitor

Jonny Smith in the Flux Capacitor 74 Enfield 8000 broke the world record at Santa Pod Raceway for the quickest street legal electric vehicle. This clip shows his run of 10.1 @ 121.77mph. He then went on to run a mind blowing time of 9.86 @ 121.73mph. About: Twin 9" DC motors 188 Kokam/Hyperdrive lithium-ion

Smart ForTwo is the best two-seater city car

First, the electric version of the ForTwo is a great alternative to the petrol version, and it is the best incarnation of the compact two-seater city car. Moving, moving Range of 100 miles will be plenty for short urban journeys, while a two and a half-hour charging time is pretty reasonable. Also considering how long some

Norwegians buying many electric cars, they crave for clean transportation

Yes, Norwegians wants clean transportation in their country.  14,401 new cars were registered in the country last month. As a group, their average carbon dioxide emissions were 63 grams per kilometer. That’s 22 grams per kilometer lower than in March 2017. That’s an unbelievable drop in just one year. Don't say people don't want to buy electric cars! Electric

Aston Martin Lagonda is set to become an ultimate luxury zero-emission brand

First Electric Aston Martin’s Lagonda Will Be An SUV. The new Lagonda brand, launched by Aston Martin in Geneva, is set to become an ultimate luxury zero-emission brand. The concept model are unveiled at the show. According to latest news, the first production model in 2021 from Lagonda is to be all-electric SUV. Lagonda targets 400 miles (640

Mercedes-Benz unveils new eSprinter all-electric van

Mercedes-Benz unveiled its latest lineup of Sprinter vans and it includes an electric version called ‘eSprinter’ to be launched next year. The company didn’t unveil any detail of its powertrain, but it isn’t expected to have a long range since they specified that it is “primarily designed for inner-city operations, not only protect the environment