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20.05.2019 - 15:39

Canada: Daymak launches solar mobility buggy

Canadian manufacturer Daymak has launched its new Boomerbuggy X, a solar-powered, fully enclosed mobility scooter.  Four different versions are available, costing from $5,999 to $8,999 depending on range and features.

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17.05.2019 - 13:26

Sweden: Autonomous electric truck in operation

German logistics group DB Schenker is now using Einride’s fully electric autonomous T-Pod truck in Jönköping, Sweden, to transport goods on a public road. Swedish authorities recently gave their approval for the endeavour.

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08.05.2019 - 12:21

Andretti’s suggestion to spice up the Formula E

For those who believe that the FIA Formula E is too quiet and peaceful, former race-car driver Mario Andretti has a potential solution. He addressed the race’s organisers in a short video on social media, although it remains to be seen whether they plan to use the method.

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06.05.2019 - 12:21

Mercedes launches EQC sales

Mercedes-Benz has started production and sales of their new EQC. The electric model is now rolling off the assembly line at the plant in Bremen and can be ordered immediately at prices starting at 71,281 euros. Initially, a launch edition of the electric model will be available for a period alongside the normal serial version […]

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29.04.2019 - 17:43

Switzerland knows what her majesty’s servants need

While we have known for some time that the next James Bond film installation will feature an electric vehicle, the Swiss company Juice Technology has taken the opportunity to advertise a short clip showing what tomorrow’s superspy really needs.

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25.04.2019 - 16:09

Spy video: MG Motor BEV prototype filmed charging

The British SAIC brand MG Motor is launching its first electric model this autumn. A prototype of the MG ZS EV was recently filmed charging in Germany. According to the technicians, the E-SUV delivers 110 kW and offers a 44 kWh battery for 280 km WLTP range.

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25.04.2019 - 16:51

TU Delft & Gazelle developing crash-proof e-bike (video)

TU Delft, together with the bicycle manufacturer Gazelle, has developed the prototype of a crash-proof e-bike. The intelligent control assistant intervenes as soon as the electric bike threatens to tip over and keeps the bike stable and upright at speeds of over 4 km/h.

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25.04.2019 - 01:19

Martin Roemheld – Head of eMobility Services Volkswagen on how mobility & energy must change

Volkswagen has made decisive steps towards emission reduction lately but what has electric car making got to do with the energy business? Everything knows Martin Roemheld, who now leads Volkswagen’s eMobility services and was instrumental in installing Elli. In strategic terms, “the target for an emission-free fleet in 2050 sets the pace for Volkswagen,” says Roemheld.

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08.04.2019 - 13:59

ChargeWheel funded for mobile charging trailers

The California-based company has secured $1m in seed funding to help set up the San Francisco Bay Area’s first mobile charging network. The charging network will be based on 100 of the company’s energy trailers, which combine solar power generation and energy storage for charging personal electric vehicles of all kinds.

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03.04.2019 - 18:56

Mathieu Wijnen on strictly city-driven charging infrastructure

How to secure interoperability and data sharing as a city and where is it best to set up the next charging station? This episode of our interview series features Mathieu Wijnen, project manager for the City of Amsterdam, who is tasked with increasing charging infrastructure in the city.

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27.03.2019 - 20:24

Fortum’s Mike Warner sees “huge potential” in wireless charging

HPC is coming indeed but speed is only one part of the challenge to charge electric cars in future, knows Michael Warner of Fortum Charge & Drive. He oversees the SaaS unit at the Finnish utility. Also a Member of the Board, he gave electrive.com an overview of Fortum’s network and technological strategy, in which […]

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13.03.2019 - 11:18

It’s just Japan on the moon

Toyota is looking to put a fuel cell-powered rover on the moon. The development is part of a recent agreement between Toyota and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) on a cooperation in international space research.

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05.03.2019 - 15:33

New hybrid systems E-TECH & E-TECH Plug-in by Renault

At the Geneva Motor Show, Renault will present the E-TECH modular hybrid system in the new Clio, which combines an internal combustion engine with two electric motors and a small 1.2 kWh battery and was designed to cover up to 80% of urban traffic with electricity.

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05.03.2019 - 12:02

FedEx robot delivers live on television

The US logistics company FedEx has presented a battery-powered delivery robot named SameDay. They managed to get it on the Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show, fit for a stairclimbing exercise but not quite advances enough to talk.

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04.03.2019 - 13:09

GFG Style presents Kangaroo in Geneva

GFG Style, the company owned by Italian designer Giorgio Giugiaro, will be presenting the Kangaroo at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, following the Sibylla electric sedan presented last year.

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28.02.2019 - 12:55

Honda to present near-serial Urban EV for Europe

Honda’s first all-electric model for the European market is taking shape. Following the presentation of the Urban EV concept car at the IAA 2017, a near-serial version of the battery electric vehicle will be presented at the Geneva Motor Show coming Tuesday, 5 March.

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25.02.2019 - 17:43

Test ride anyone? Audi targets Tesla drivers

What happens if an Audi e-tron happens to be ready and waiting near a Tesla Supercharger? It sounds a bit like a joke, but it did happen. And what is best, we found out, that the barely-undercover guerilla marketing of Audi employees was captured on video.

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19.02.2019 - 23:47

Video tip: Audi e-tron climbs legendary downhill course

Audi has sent the e-tron into an uphill battle on the legendary downhill racecourse Streif in Austria. With an 85 per cent gradient, the ‘Mausefalle’ (mice trap) is the steepest section of the spectacular slope, so the electric car needed considerate tuning.

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14.02.2019 - 10:31

Corolla rags on plug-ins

In a new TV advert for the Corolla hybrid, Toyota dished out some dirt against their plug-in competitors and called on customers not to “get left behind” and invest in their self-charging hybrid.

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04.02.2019 - 13:47

Volvo Penta electrifies diesel ferry

Building on the ElectriCity project in Gothenburg, the city’s existing electric bus service will be expanded to include a fully electric ferry. For this purpose, a diesel ferry is to be converted to an electric ship propulsion system from Volvo Penta.

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21.01.2019 - 23:54

Tesla Model 3 design flaw vs CCS Supercharger flow (videos)

Must Tesla brace itself for a social media storm under the #trunkgate? Possibly, since EV fan Bjørn Nyland demonstrates that the Model 3 trunk has a design flaw when it rains. Yet in our own news, we present one of the first CCS adapted Superchargers ready for the Model 3’s arrival in Europe. 

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11.01.2019 - 15:56

From trolling to towing

ICEing appears to have been around since the dawn of the electric age, yet it recently reached a new low with pick-up drivers purposely blocking Tesla Superchargers. So, it was time for some de-ICEing and this Model X driver took matters into his on hands – or on his tow bar rather.

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13.12.2018 - 20:36

A drag race of a kind nature never invented

Formula E has released another rather spectacular PR film just before the start of the fifth season in Saudi Arabia. This time it is about one of the oldest sports in the world and one beloved in the arabic world. Here, it is of course combined with one of the newest.

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https://www.electrive.com/2019/05/20/daymak-launches-solar-buggy/
20.05.2019 15:39