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Volvo Introduces Its First All-Electric Car “XC40 Recharge”

23 Sep 2020

The SUV with new Android-powered Infotainment gives us all the reasons to go gaga over Volvo was one of the pioneer automakers to announce its plans to address the issue of carbon emissions. In 2017, the Swedish OEM declared that it was ending development of diesel engines. After a few weeks, it vowed that every new Volvo…

Toyota Revamps Fuell Cell Sedan Amid Challenges Imposed by Tesla

Toyota Revamps Fuel Cell Sedan Amid Challenges Imposed by Tesla

01 Aug 2020

Recently, Toyota Motors Company unveiled the revamped version of its top featured hydrogen-powered fuel-cell sedan car (pictured above), a step taken to cope with the demands for the niche, which is believed to be taken as mainstream soon. Japan’s automobile giant, Toyota, has been well regarded for manufacturing fuel-cell vehicles for more than 2 decades,…


Amazon Makes The Largest Order of Rivian Electric Vans

05 Jul 2020

If financing from Ford Motor Co. and Inc. weren’t reason enough to take notice of Rivian Automotive Inc., a six-figure order declared by Jeff Bezos, the Amazon Chief Executive, has raised the electric-vehicle start-up — all before its first churned out  SUV or truck has rolled off the assembly line.   The billionaire publicized plans…

Mercedes Benz Also Jumps On The Electric Scooter Bandwagon

28 Jun 2020

For metropolitans, electric scooters have become a standard mode of transportation. Keeping cars in a city can be difficult. Parking isn’t easily available, traffic congestion is frequent, and journeys are usually only a few miles in length, making the trouble of paying for gas, insurance, parking, and the car itself too much of an issue. For…

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

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

20 Jun 2020

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…

Waymo introduces self-driving cars ‘Waymo One’

Waymo Introduces Self-Driving Cars ‘Waymo One’

10 Jun 2020

The former Google self-driving project named Waymo (parent company Alphabet) is launching a commercial robotaxi service in the Phoenix locality. Titled ‘Waymo One,’ this is a turning point for the company and the nascent self-driving tech industry, however, it’s accompanied by exceptions. Not everyone will be access the Waymo One self-driving car service, and the…

5 ways an Electric Bike Will Transform Your Life

08 Apr 2020

The age of the electric bike is here.   You may not understand it, but electric bikes are the future. Ebike sales hit the roof by 91% from 2017 to 2018, and some commentators expect 130 million electric bikes to be travelling around the U.S. by 2023—far overtaking the number of electric cars and trucks predictable to be on…

EHang to Try Its Electric Passenger Drones in Spain and Norway

21 Mar 2020

The development of air taxis powers on through.   The Chinese aviation startup EHang has unveiled its vision of future air taxis by introducing two-person electric drones.   The company just got its operational flight permit from the Norwegian Civil Aviation Society for its EHang 216 in Norway and has got into a cooperation agreement with the administration of…

General Motors Steps In All-electric, Autonomous Vehicle Zone, Challenging Tesla

05 Mar 2020

General Motors will spend over $20 billion through 2025 to beat Tesla in the all-electric and autonomous vehicles industry, quickly-growing market, reports CNBC.   General Motors moves into the electric vehicle game   This indicates GM’s biggest investment against doubters on Wall Street, who doubt the 110-year-old automaker can walk industrial water against Tesla, as the whole automotive industry hinges to all-electric and sustainable vehicles.  …

Spin Is Debuting In Europe, Eyeing The UK

02 Mar 2020

The Ford-owned scooter company Spin has make public that it is expanding to Europe, with plans to launch in many European cities including Germany before the end of the year.   The car constructor purchased the San Francisco-based start-up in November 2018 for an expected $100 million (£77 million) – though Spin won’t endorse the figure –…