Electric Cars-commonly referred to as EV's- may soon dominate the automobile landscape. Technological improvements, rapid change in consumer taste and curbed emission-standard are driving Electric Cars into the mainstream.
Porshe has unveiled the 2017 Panamera with new turbocharged V6 and V8 engines. The new Panamera Turbo and Panamera 4S is the genuine sports car with the solace of a luxury sedan for everyday life.
BMW has revealed Mini Vision Next 100, a transparent looking concept car which is built for sharing. The company went to London on this Thursday for its world tour and during that event, they displayed the concepts of two astonishing and futuristic cars, Rolls-Royce and the Mini Cooper.
Tesla is planning to design a 'more affordable' EV than the upcoming Model 3. Elon Musk, the CEO slightly indicates that they are interested in producing cheaper and smaller EV, so that most people can afford it.
Fracne's super funkiest car 'Renault Twizy' is finally coming to America. The two-seater little beast has been relaunched as a Nissan, corporate sister of Renault.
Electric cars are now getting high speed and making new records. Lately, some engineering students from Brigham Young University (BYU) have made an electric car that has broken 200 mph barrier and set a new land speed record.
Last year, Toyota unveiled kid-friendly conceptual car Camatte. And this at the International Tokyo Toy show, Toyota has unveiled two new cars to that Camette family - Camatte57s and Camatte57s Sport. The best thing about these cars is kids can even customize the hood, thanks to LID-lit concept.
Over the years, Tesla Motors has repeatedly demonstrated that it's like no other auto company in terms of innovation an design. Now, the company is making yet another unprecedented move by opening up its patents to everyone.
Imagine an entire city with roads, street signs, pedestrians, bicycles, parked cars and buildings, all meant to test drive automated vehicles. That is precisely what Mobility Transformation Facility at University of Michigan is. The 32-acre facility will open for vehicle testing this fall.
Trucks are one of the key modes of transport across large distances for any business dealing in cargo. A new semi-robotic system was recently tested in Nevada with the results promising that it can significantly cut down fuel costs.