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Citroën’s 100th year anniversary car concept makes you feel like you’re flying!

Founded way back in March 1919, Citroën has come a long way… and to celebrate 100 years of boldness and creativity at the service of freedom of movement, Citroën revealed a thing of sheer beauty, the concept 19_19, a car that embodies the company’s vision on the future of travel. Disclaimer: It’s electric, self-driving, feels like a “living room on wheels”, and takes cues from aviation design.The car’s exterior combines the appearance of an aircraft’s fuselage, along with the transparent bubbl...
Tags: Transportation, Design, Automotive, Paris, Electric, Citroën, Self Driving Car, Goodyear, Self Driving, 19_19, Citroën s Progressive Hydraulic Cushion Suspension

Hyundai and Kia Invest In … Rimac?

In today’s episode of Surprising Bedfellows, we find the corporate duo of Hyundai/Kia throwing money in the general direction of Rimac. Technically titled Rimac Automobili, it’s the Croatian high-performance EV company known for making the outrageously fast Concept One supercar, a vehicle thrust into the public eye when Richard Hammond binned one at a Swiss […] The post Hyundai and Kia Invest In … Rimac? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: News, Investment, Autos, Performance, Electric, Hyundai, Kia, Richard Hammond, Ev, Hyundai N, Hyundai Kia, News Blog, Product Planning, Rimac, Rm 16 N, Rimac Technically

2020 Toyota Highlander: The Truck-Like Station Wagon

The Toyota Highlander SUV receives an extensive overhaul for 2020. A gasoline V6 is available as well as a hybrid option with all-wheel drive. Interior features include wireless charging and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto.  For those that look at the new Subaru Outback and say, “I need a little more truck than that,” might I direct your attention to the 2020 Toyota Highlander. If the Outback is a station wagon with off-road capabilities, consider the Highlander to be a truck with station wagon cap...
Tags: Apple, Autos, Toyota, Electric, Qi, Interior, Outback, Toyota Motor Sales U S A Inc, Subaru Outback, New York International Auto Show, DOHC, Car News, Ruby Flare Pearl, Apple CarPlay Android Auto Alexa, Magnetic Gray Metallic Moon Dust, Vehicle Stability Control

Could the Yamaha R1 be Electric in the Future?

The Times Are Changing Yamaha is looking towards the electrified future just like every other motorcycle manufacturer. According to Cycle World, the company recently patented some designs for an electric R1. The patents focus mostly on the placement of the charging port for various bikes. One of the bikes is undoubtedly an R1. This isn’t really too big of a surprise. The advantages of an electric powertrain when it comes to performance are known. Pair that with the fact that Yamaha is part of a...
Tags: Motorcycles, Electric, Electric Motorcycles, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Motorcycle News, Honda Suzuki, Yamaha R1, Times Are Changing Yamaha

Bolt Pattern: GM Seeks Trademark for ‘Bolt EUV’

General Motors has already announced it will build a new electric Chevrolet to serve as a sibling to the all-electric Chevrolet Bolt. This makes sense, as the technology and underpinnings of that car – not to mention all the R&D investment – should be shared with other GM machines. In today’s market, that likely means […] The post Bolt Pattern: GM Seeks Trademark for ‘Bolt EUV’ appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: General Motors, Electric Vehicles, Gm, Autos, Bolt, Electric, Chevrolet, EVs, Chevrolet Bolt, Bev, News Blog, Product Planning, Orion Assembly, Future Models, Euv, Chevrolet Bolt EUV

Electric cars will play in the dirt in upcoming Projekt E racing series

The FIA World Rallycross Championship is adding a companion series for electric cars called Projekt E. It will add a whole new dimension to the nascent category of electric racing. The post Electric cars will play in the dirt in upcoming Projekt E racing series appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Electric, Electric Cars, Motorsports, Rallycross

New Generation Batteries Inbound by 2020 and Taycan Interest Swells

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Tags: News, Autos, Electric, Oliver Blume, Mission E, Electric Porsche, Taycan

Tesla u-turns on store strategy, will keep half of showrooms open… and hike prices by 3%

It wouldn’t be Tesla if it didn’t keep us guessing a little… Electric car company Tesla announced that it is making a u-turn of sorts with its sales strategy. After saying at the end of February that it would close down nearly all of its 200-odd retail stores to sell its cars online-only in an effort to bring down the costs of vehicles, today Tesla announced that it would, in fact, keep an expanded number of showrooms open, reducing the closures to around half of the total number it has today. I...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Ecommerce, Tech, Tesla, Automotive, Electric

Next Generation Macan to be All-Electric

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Tags: News, Autos, Electric, Leipzig, Macan, All Electric, Taycan, Electromobility

Lighting Motorcycles Teases Image of the Strike

The First Photo Looks Good Lightning Motorcycle’s new Strike bike is set to be fully revealed in March. Until then, the company has to keep the attention of the media and interested prospective customers. Hence the latest teaser image. In the first photo of the Lightning Motorcycles’ Strike, you can see the bike’s electric motor.  The company doesn’t offer up too much new information other than stating that the Strike will get a liquid-cooled motor. That’s interesting but not a big shocker. Ele...
Tags: Motorcycles, Strike, Electric, Electric Motorcycles, Motorcycle News, Lightning Motorcycles, Lightning Strike

Freedom EV: free/open replacement firmware for your electric vehicle -- including a Tesla

Freedom EV is a free/open software stack intended to replace the software in your electric vehicle, it's been tested on a Tesla Model X and should work on a Model S, if you can get root. Electric vehicles are very exciting but the same informatics and versatility that make them exciting also invite manufacturers to add all kinds of antifeatures (like batteries with plenty of charge remaining that refuse to power a vehicle because you've only paid for so much electricity; to say nothing of t...
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Are These Onyx Electric Mopeds the Perfect Urban Commuter Bikes?

Pedals and Electric Power Mopeds were popular machines in the 1970s and 80s, but over time the bicycle/motorcycle bike fell out of style. Now, they’re quite uncommon. You see either scooters or motorcycles, but the pedal moped is a rarity on the road. That may change in the future thanks to ONYX Motorbikes. ONYX Motorbikes got its start where many good ideas go, Indigogo. After raising about $1 million, Tim Seward, the founder of the company, and his team have delivered on some truly attractive...
Tags: Motorcycles, Electric, Tim Seward, Electric Bike, Onyx, RCR, Electric Motorcycle, Motorcycle News, Moped, ONYX Motorbikes, Onyx Electric Mopeds, Electric Power Mopeds, Tomos Golden Bullet

Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycle debuts at CES

It may have taken five years, but Harley-Davidson’s vision for the electric motorcycle market is here and ready for pre-order. First conceptualized with a prototype in 2014, the production-ready model made its European debut at the Milan press conference of the EICMA show last November and appeared again at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in early January. The company reports that deliveries on the sleek, speedy ride will ship in the fall, 2019 and the price tag will be $29,79...
Tags: Design, Technology, Milan, Ces, Las Vegas, Bright Ideas, Electric, Charging, Battery, Harley-davidson, Motorcycle, Consumer Electronics Show CES, Electric Motorcycle, CES2019. CES

Volkswagen Considering a Rough-and-tumble Electric

The sky’s apparently the limit when it comes to the variety of vehicles that might emerge from Volkswagen’s dedicated MEB electric architecture. While the automaker’s looming EV onslaught already contains a hatchback, crossover, microbus, panel van, and possible luxury sedan, VW feels something’s missing: a tough, off-road ute. One VW exec is pushing hard to […] The post Volkswagen Considering a Rough-and-tumble Electric appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Green, Vw, Electric Vehicles, Autos, Volkswagen, Electric, EVs, SUVs, Off-Roaders, News Blog, Future Vehicles, Product Planning

Was 2018 as Good a Year for Electric Vehicles as They Say?

Teslas galore. But at the Tesla factory, not on the streets of most cities. Supporters of battery electric vehicles (EV and/or BEV) are rapturous about the 81% increase in electric vehicles sold in 2018 compared to 2017.  This table shows the breakdown, with a total of 361,307 vehicles sold in the US in 2018, compared to 199,826 sold in 2017. We should add a disclaimer.  We love electric-powered vehicles.  We’d like nothing more than to get a fully loaded Tesla, and, failing that, just about an...
Tags: Travel, Cars, US, Tech, General Motors, Tesla, Ford, Electric Vehicles, Fiat, Toyota, Volkswagen, Bolt, Electric, Nissan, Volt, Chevrolet Bolt

Carrot & Stick: Days After Cutting Prices, Tesla Chops Base Models

There will be no Ace of Base prizes for the Tesla Model X or Model S in 2019. Just days after promising to cut prices of all its cars by $2,000 in response to the company blowing through its federal tax credits faster than a record producer with a bag of high-test cocaine, the company’s […] The post Carrot & Stick: Days After Cutting Prices, Tesla Chops Base Models appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Elon Musk, Tesla, Production, Autos, Electric, Model S, Model X, Cancelled, Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, Ev, News Blog, Discontinued, Product Planning, 75D

The Elextra is Switzerland’s answer to Tesla

4 seats. 4 doors. 4 wheel drive. That’s the first sentence that greets you when you visit Elextra’s website. The car models itself on a sporty yet spacious supercar that’s capable of seating 4 people… an unusual categorization, but remarkable nevertheless. Touted as Switzerland’s contribution to the electric automobile industry, and a rival to Tesla, the Elextra is a fully-electric sedan that combines a carbon fiber body with brutish Italian styling and a powertrain capable of going from 0-62 mp...
Tags: Transportation, Design, Germany, Tesla, Automotive, Switzerland, Electric, Supercar, Elextra

Harley Davidson reveals more about its push into electric vehicles

Jake Bright Contributor Jake Bright is a writer and author in New York City. He is co-author of The Next Africa. More posts by this contributor Venture capital, global expansion, blockchain and drones characterize African tech in 2018 Africa Roundup: Terragon’s Asia acquisition, Twiga Foods’ $10M raise, SimbaPay’s China payment service Harley Davidson released new specs for its electric motorcycle and pulled the covers off the conc...
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Motorcycle News Roundup – Week of 12/30/2018

Here’s the big news in the world of motorcycles for the week of December 30, 2018. #1 – Arcimoto Snags $4.5 Million Investment For Electric Trike Production Electric trike company Arcimoto managed to get a 4.5 million dollar investment for production of its unique vehicle. This means the company will start churning these bikes out by the end of 2019. #2 – Vespas Retain Their Value Well https:...
Tags: Vw, Motorcycles, Ducati, Electric, Vespa, Zero, KTM, BAGGER, Suzuki, J D Power, Motorcycle News, Stefan Pierer, Indian Motorcycle, Arcimoto, Zero Motorcycles, Million Investment for Electric Trike Production

Ford Trademarks ‘Mach E’ – You Know It’ll Be a Crossover

Earlier this year, the Blue Oval raised the ire of die-hard fans when it was rumoured the company would use the Mach 1 name on an upcoming electrified vehicle. Ford might be making some odd decisions lately, like refusing to bring the Ranger Raptor to America, but they’re not completely tone deaf. Which helps explain […] The post Ford Trademarks ‘Mach E’ – You Know It’ll Be a Crossover appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: America, Ford, Autos, Electric, Mustang, Mach, Crossover, Phev, Blue Oval, Bev, News Blog, Future Vehicles, Product Planning, Electrified, Ford Mach E, Mach E

Pure Electric Soul: 2020 Kia Soul EV

Along with the high-volume version which debuted at the L.A. Auto Show this week, Kia has dropped an all-electric, battery-powered Soul EV. Compared to the old car, its battery has doubled in capacity, while the electric motor now spits out nearly 300 lb-ft of torque. And, like its conventionally powered brother, the works of it […] The post Pure Electric Soul: 2020 Kia Soul EV appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: 2020, Autos, Electric, EVs, Kia, Electric Car, Bev, Kia Soul, News Blog, L.A. Auto Show, Electrified, Soul EV

One-two Punch: Rivian Debuts Seven-seat Electric SUV, Promises 410 Miles of Range

Having just unveiled a rather impressive all-electric pickup for the LA Auto Show, Michigan-based automotive startup Rivian is following up with another model. Rivian’s second vehicle will be a seven-passenger SUV, called the R1S, that uses the same platform as the R1T e-pickup. That results in the pair playing host to nearly identical specs. This isn’t a […] The post One-two Punch: Rivian Debuts Seven-seat Electric SUV, Promises 410 Miles of Range appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Electric Vehicles, Autos, Crossovers, Michigan, La Auto Show, Electric, EVs, SUVs, News Blog, Zero Emissions Vehicle, Rivian, Rivian R1S, e-SUV, Electric SUV Promises 410 Miles of Range

Audi E-Tron GT Concept is an electric four-door coupe

Filed under: Green,LA Auto Show,Audi,Coupe,Sedan,Electric,Luxury,Performance It has a claimed range of 248 miles.Continue reading Audi E-Tron GT Concept is an electric four-door coupe Audi E-Tron GT Concept is an electric four-door coupe originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 28 Nov 2018 15:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink |  Email this |  Comments
Tags: Autos, La Auto Show, Electric, Audi, Sports Car, Audi E-tron Gt, 2018 LA auto show, Audi E-tron Gt Concept

Top Automotive Trends 2018 (Driverless Cars Slip, Trucks & SUVs Surge)

As 2018 comes to a close, trucks and SUVs will continue to dominate. Aftermarket sales remain strong as consumers seek to personalize their vehicles. Despite bold promises from manufacturers, the public seems disinterested in autonomous driving.  Here are the top automotive trends of 2018 with a look ahead to next year. The automotive industry and aftermarket remain strong as Americans continue their love affair with personal transportation. Despite doom-and-gloom predictions to the contrary, ...
Tags: Amazon, Feature, New York City, UPS, Vw, Ferrari, Ford, Autos, Chevy, Las Vegas, Electric, Nissan, Hyundai, AAA, Fiat Chrysler, Mazda

Elon Musk says Tesla won’t make e-scooters, but might consider electric bikes

Tesla won’t be joining the scooter wars. But electric bikes? Yeah, maybe. During a lengthy podcast with Recode’s Kara Swisher, Tesla CEO Elon Musk talked about everything from AI and his fights on Twitter with journalists to Saudi Arabia and Mars. Even scooters. Of course, scooters. But don’t get your hopes up for a Tesla scooter. According to Musk, they lack dignity. Swisher’s persistence on the topic wasn’t enough to Here’s the exchange. You can listen to the entire 80-minute session here. ...
Tags: Transportation, Elon Musk, Saudi Arabia, Tech, Tesla, Automotive, Electric, Scooter, Elon, Kara, Swisher, Kara Swisher, Kara Swisher Tesla

Akira Nakai And EV West Tease Electric RWB For SEMA

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Tags: Porsche, Autos, Electric, SEMA, RWB, Akira Nakai, Electric Porsche, EV West

An Exciting Example of Simple Engineering!

We see some crazy modes of transports being created, but this one may have just topped them all in the quirkiness department! This is Stator, the self-balancing, fully electric, an absolute monster of a machine that you never knew you wanted, until now!Housed within Stator’s rear wheel is a Direct Drive 3 Phase Brush DC, that provides a max power of 1000W and is capable of propelling it down the road at speeds of up to 25mph! Stator’s bare-bone aesthetic expresses its designer’s, Nathan Allen’...
Tags: Design, Automotive, Electric, Nathan Allen, Stator

ELECTRIC LOVE – Tarform Motorcycles

We obviously have a fondness for combustion engines. We love the smell, the noise and even the odd pipe burn. But we don’t have to look into a crystal ball to see that electric motorcycles will play a big role in the future of the motorcycle industry. A few years ago, Tarform Motorcycles saw the huge potential for e-motorbikes and decided to build ‘the motorcycle of the future’. Tarform are an automotive start-up company based both in Brooklyn, New York and Stockholm, Sweden. After building a ...
Tags: New York, Tesla, Brooklyn, Motorcycles, Electric, Scrambler, Brooklyn New York, Stockholm Sweden, Café Racer, e-Bike, Taras Kravtchouk, Tarform, Tarform Motorcycles, NewLab Innovation Centre, Taras Tarform Motorcycles, Keino Cycles

Smart’s Forease is an over-the-top, topless EV concept

In celebration of its 20th year anniversary, Smart (a subsidiary of Daimler AG) unveiled its Forease EV Concept at the Paris Motor Show. Designed to look pretty much like the dune buggy got an electric drivetrain and a makeover, the Forease looks refreshing and adorable, but shares something in common with the iPhone 7. Much like the latter killed the popular and borderline-necessary headphone jack, the Forease kills something popular and borderline-necessary too. The roof.The Forease concept co...
Tags: Transportation, Design, Smart, Automotive, Paris, Electric, Editorial, Daimler, Concept, Daimler AG, Gordon Wagener, Forease

China has put the automotive renaissance into hyper drive

Matt Stone Contributor Share on Twitter Matt Stone is a business development manager at Intel Capital, with a focus on automotive technology and transportation. A tri-fold automotive renaissance, led by technology, has been playing out over the past few years. Electric vehicles finally have been embraced by mainstream consumers — and elevated by Tesla with long range and luxury quality. Meanwhile, rides on demand from Uber an...
Tags: Apple, Lyft, Column, Asia, China, Tech, Tesla, Automotive, Porsche, Electric Vehicles, Korea, Gm, Autonomous Vehicles, Volkswagen, North America, Electric

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