Nov 13, 2015 - 08:34 am

GM, Ford, flying EV.

GM joins the army: The U.S. military looks to include fuel cell vehicles by General Motors in its arsenal. Apparently, GM signed a “multi-year” contract has been signed to supply the armed forces with an all-terrain fuel cell reconnaissance vehicle. Further details are expected next week.
autonews.com, autoevolution.com

SOC projection: Ford will use so-called puddle lights to indicate the state-of-charge of electric vehicles on the ground; at least that is what a freshly filed patent says. The enlightening measure is designed to let EV drivers know how much more juice is needed, even if the vehicle is turned off.
autoevolution.com, treeangle.co.id, inautonews.com

Flying EV: Researchers from Turkish Gelişim University and Nagasaki University in Japan plan to unveil an airborne car. It will be based on the yet to be presented Gelişim-1 and is said to work like a helicopter to overcome dense Istanbul traffic. Yet, the dream only flies with petrol so far.
dailysabah.com

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https://www.electrive.com/2015/11/13/gm-ford-flying-ev/
13.11.2015 08:10