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California: Tesla Model X is on fire

After speeding and crashing into a garage, this Tesla Model X later caught fire Old case but new questions?! This fire occurred back in 2017. However, this new video shows for the first time what occurred after the Model X was moved to outside of the garage. Unlike a gas-powered car fire, an electric vehicle fire may

Volkswagen e-Crafter in UK not before 2021

After the UK debut at the CV Show in Birmingham, Volkswagen presents its all-electric large van e-Crafter. The German manufacturer already began sales of left-hand-drive version in some European markets, but the right-hand-drive for the UK is expected around mid-2021. Pricing and specifications have yet to be confirmed. Volkswagen e-crafter, Insideevs.com Volkswagen e-Crafter specs: up to 173 km

Today’s battery not good for Porsche?!

The electric Porsche Taycan is just right around the corner... Porsche’s new 911 sports car stunned the crowd at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show and that’s hardly a surprise. Every new generation of the iconic model causes a stir with its premiere, but the 992 generation is even more special as it could become the very first hybridized 911

By |2018-12-05T14:34:50+00:00December 5th, 2018|Categories: Electro Car's, News by Brand, Porsche|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Today’s battery not good for Porsche?!

New from the LA show: Rivian R1S electric SUV

The Rivian R1S electric crossover was shown at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show The R1S is built upon the same architecture as the R1T, but foregoes the long loadbed to squeeze in three rows of seats. So you can seat seven and, intriguingly, Rivian has used some wipe-clean floors and materials. So you can

By |2018-12-04T00:29:40+00:00December 4th, 2018|Categories: Electro Car's|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Audi e-Tron GT makes global debut in Los Angeles

Audi brings to the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show its all-new concept electric car – the Audi e-tron GT concept. The four-door Gran Turismo represents the future of electric performance for the brand. Production will be in late 2020.  Audi E-Tron GT comparing it with Tesla Model S The Audi e-tron GT, as a four-door coupe, could become a direct

Heliox introduces Multi-Standard charging station for buses

Heliox takes part with charging standards for electric cars expanded to the electric buses in Europe There are to two major overhead bus charging standards at the moment – OppCharge and the Bus-Up system. At first, there was only a single system (buses and stations) in the particular cities, but when at some point two incompatible standards will appear in

By |2018-11-30T15:53:44+00:00November 30th, 2018|Categories: Electro Car's|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Australia’s Green Innovation award for 2019 Nissan LEAF

"Nissan LEAF is considered more than just an electric car" The second-generation Nissan LEAF has won its first major Australian automotive award: – Drive.com.au Car of the Year Green Innovation.  LEAF for its abilities is beyond being just an electric car. The Japanese flagship EV is scheduled for Australia in mid-2019, which means that first customers need to

Hyundai sold record number of Plug-In electric cars

October was big for Hyundai, which set several new records. In October, total sales of plug-in cars – reported by Hyundai – stands at an all-time high of 7,139, which is 191% more than a year ago. The plug-in car share out of overall volume increased to a record 4.3%! The biggest splash comes from Kona Electric (more below). Additionally, Hyundai sold

Buick LaCrosse looking sharp

Fresh new look gained with a sharper-edged face, thanks in large part to the new headlights Big sedan gains a thoroughly revised front and some smaller tweaks at the tail. The tweaks give the Lacrosse a new set of headlights, and they create a much sharper appearance at the front end of the sedan. The lamps now point into the

Lamborghini sees its future in “Plug-In hybrid electric vehicles”

Lamborghini CEO not only admits PHEVs are the future, but confirms that the automaker is officially on board. According to The Drive, we should see a new Lamborghini plug-in hybrid in the form of the Aventador by 2021. After that, other Lambo’s will follow suit, beginning with the automaker’s Huracan. The best part about this announcement is that it’s