Jan 7, 2015 - 09:29 am

BMW ActiveAssist, Porsche 918 Spyder, Oregon.

Video tip I: CNet tested BMW’s ActiveAssist technology at the CES in Las Vegas. Activated by a smart watch, the i3 finds itself a space to park and can simply be called back when the driver wishes to be picked up. At the show, the whole process worked most smoothly and scratch-free.
cnet.com

Video tip II: Porsche has issued a video showing the assembly of a 918 Spyder at its Zuffenhausen facility. The super sports car is limited to 918 units all of which are hand-built and now sold out. Indulge!
youtube.com via autoblog.com

Reading tip: Home sweet home is what most EV drivers in Oregon seem to think as they prefer home chargers over the public fast-chargers installed as part of the taxpayer-funded EV Project. The initiators blame wrong positioning as well as mixed public-private ownership of the charging spots.
seattletimes.com

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2015/01/07/bmw-activeassist-porsche-918-spyder-oregon/
07.01.2015 09:25