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Tesla dominates EV efficiency at high speed, shows extensive test against Kona EV and Audi e-tron
Electric vehicles all have an incredible efficiency advantage of fossil fuel vehicles, but now that more all-electric vehicles are hitting the road, we are also starting to see great efficiency differences between EV models.
In April 2019 Hyundai Plug-In Electric Car Sales Tripled
Hyundai continues its rapid growth of plug-in electric car sales, reaching in April a result of 6,807, which is 195% more than a year earlier at 4.3% of its total volume globally. That brings the year-to-date amount to 23,843 (up 78%).
Chevy EUV Is Rehash Of The Bolt, But Over-The-Air Updates Coming
We expect big things from General Motors when it comes to electric cars, but it seems we are always disappointed. It has the resources and the talent to be a world leader, yet somehow it continues to offer blue sky blandishments while delivering next to nothing of substance.
Unu launches affordable 2nd gen electric scooter with 100 km range
Unu completely redesigned their classic scooter, drawing on help from partners including Bosch and LG. The new scooter features a Bosch hub motor mounted in the rear singled-sided swingarm and removable batteries made by LG.
Ferrari Hybrid Supercar To Feature V8, Three Electric Motors?
Not a day goes by without hearing or seeing something new related to Ferrari’s electrified supercar. Case in point, reputable German magazine Auto Motor und Sport has just published an article about the new hybrid from Maranello, which will debut at the end of May. AMS says the range-topping model will pack nearly 1,000 horsepower as per the leaked invitation from earlier this month, and now we know where that power is going to come from.