Dec 11, 2014 - 10:18 am

DeltaWing, Peugeot Sport, Chengdu Xundi, NanoFlowcell.

DeltaWing-Concept-EVDeltaWing to build EV? Usually known for its racers, DeltaWing wants to build three-wheeled electric vehicles in Georgia, supposed to come at a price of only 15,000 dollars. Designed to serve in a car sharing scheme, the EVs could also be sold. DeltaWing is not sure when the cars will be ready, as the company first has to build a manufacturing plant.
wabe.org, jalopnik.com

Peugeot Sport thinking of hybrids: The sports section of Peugeot will put its new focus on plug-in hybrid technology, PSA CEO Carlos Tavares told Auto Express. The aim is a reduction in running costs while maintaining performance. Tavares did not yet name any models to be hybridised.
autoexpress.co.uk

New battery cooperation: Chinese EV manufacturer Chengdu Xundi has signed a strategic agreement with Advanced Battery Technologies. Together, the firms plan to develop batteries to supply a driving range above 400 kilometers (about 250 miles) for electric cars.
money.cnn.com

Updated flow-cell technology: NanoFlowcell says it is working on an advanced version of its Quant E, that will be named Quant F. The new car will be presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March next year, together with a “further surprise”.
nanoflowcell.com (R&D), nanoflowcell.com (Geneva)

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2014/12/11/deltawing-peugeot-sport-chengdu-xundi-nanoflowcell/
11.12.2014 10:28