Aug 1, 2016 - 08:58 am

Old EV patent, Rimac.

Reading tip: The blog Paleofuture has found an article about a patent for an electric car charged via overhead wire in a Scientific America edition from 1889. It’s definitely worth a read.

Video tip: Rimac thanks the Croatian Ministry of Defence with this video, as they were allowed to use an exclusive runway to test the Rimac concept One. With a top speed of 354 kph (220 mph), drivers needed a bit of a straight stretch of road for testing. via


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