Hydrogen – The Future Fuel Of Vehicles, But Where Is It

Hydrogen – The Future Fuel Of Vehicles, But Where Is It?

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20 Jun 2020
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Just a few years ago, hydrogen and battery electric vehicles were both excitedly competing to become the future of the automobile. The gurus were split on which alternative would arise triumphantly and save us all from our fossil-fuel overlords. The Japanese automakers in specific have always been major supporters of hydrogen fuel as the perfect…

Self-driving Shuttle Company Directed To Stop Carrying Passengers After Injury

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02 Mar 2020
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The DOT stops a shuttle operator on the same day it was condemned for being too hands-off   NHTSA (also known as The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) has partially suspended the US operations of France’s EasyMile after a passenger in Ohio was hurt while riding in one of the company’s self-driving shuttles. EasyMile can…

Modular e-boat cuts the high seas with Swiss Army knife adaptability

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15 Feb 2020
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The 26-foot (8-m) DC25 yacht proposal from DutchCraft is designed to do a bit of everything the modern-day sportsman and captain might demand from a center console boat. Employing simple deck-mounted rails, the boat easily converts from a breezy pleasure craft, to a fishing or sporty dive boat to a capable superyacht tender, to an…

Self-Driving Delivery Van Dumps ‘Human Controls’

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08 Feb 2020
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The first self-driving vehicle engineered without basic human controls such as pedals, steering wheels or side-view mirrors has been given permission to test on US roads.   Nuro, the mastermind behind the design, makes autonomous delivery vans.   The vehicle is Nuro’s second generation of its vehicles, which it is naming R2 and will be…

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UPS comes together with Waymo to test self-driving delivery vans

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03 Feb 2020
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Waymo is coming together with UPS to experiment with the use of its self-driving vans in moving packages. Waymo, the self-driving wing of Google’s (GOOG) parent company Alphabet, will use its autonomous Chrysler Pacifica minivans to transport packages from UPS stores in the Phoenix area to a UPS sorting facility in Tempe, Arizona. (Note: It will not be delivering packages…

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EDAG CityBot – A Versatile, Modular Talking Vehicle

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25 Jan 2020
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EDAG, the automotive engineering firm, has an extensive history of bringing stimulating, unconventional cars, like pop-up sports car campers and skeletal 3D-printed light cars.  In current years, it’s been more content contributing to ideas and products from other brands, including Bosch. But it made a magnificent comeback at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, launching a smart,…

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The Competition To Build A Flying Electric Taxi

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21 Dec 2019
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How luring does it seem if there is a possibility of being commuting to and from work within a fraction of the time it usually takes? More on there will be no traffic jams, no cold platforms, and no train delays – seems like you are ready to say a quick yes. Well, the time…

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Cybunker: Tesla CyberTruck Has Its Own Garage

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17 Dec 2019
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Tesla Cybertruck’s revolutionary design is inspiring some very ambitious ventures, including now a bunker/garage for the electric pickup truck. Tesla Cybertruck has ignited the imagination of some really imaginative people who have designed some wild looking mods for the electric pickup truck. Today, we have found an even more ambitious project. Lars Büro, a research,…

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Cycling multi-tool hides out in the handlebars

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04 Dec 2019
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Though cyclists sure do enjoy multi-tools, they don’t essentially like having the things filling up their pockets or hydration packs. That’s where Wolf Tooth’s new EnCase System debuts, as it sits within the bike’s handlebars. The system comprises of two aluminum handlebar plugs/end caps, each of which is joined to a cylindrical rubber storage sleeve…

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Tesla gets pickup orders despite the launch blunder

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30 Nov 2019
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Elon Musk has said Tesla has taken almost 150,000 orders for its new pickup truck, in spite of an embarrassing hitch at its launch. Mr Musk was caught out on stage when the windows of the Cybertruck broken during a demonstration supposed to demonstrate their durability. Tesla shares crashed by 6.1% after the event on…

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