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Not long after setting a world record for the fastest electric car in the world at the Nurburgring, NIO EP9 is back at it, this time setting a record for the fastest autonomous lap ever. The venue for this stunt was Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas, and the time 2 minutes 40.33 seconds.
A few days ago the Formula E firm NextEV revealed in London a jaw dropping new electric super car called NIO EP9. The specs they claim for this car, including a mighty impressive Nurburgring time, means this thing warrants closer inspection. So buckle up and let’s get up close and personal with the NIO.
The British electric car maker NextEV, who is planning to become a major player in the field of making of high performance electric machines, hosted a classy event at the Saatchi Gallery in London to announce the launch of their new NIO EP9 super car. On paper, the EP9 is a brilliant achievement boasting amazing […]
The 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is the ideal place for the debut of an all-electric super car which is challenging the crown of all the big boys in the gasoline league. This is Faraday Future FFZERO1 concept, and it’s an electric race car claiming some seriously big numbers.
If you were wondering what will be the next step for the technologically-advanced BMW i8, it’s hydrogen fuel cell. BMW has just taken the wraps off an i8 Hydrogen Fuel Cell prototype being readied for 2020 production. It looks and works differently from the current i8.
Turns out the Quant F is not the only electric concept visionary firm NanoFlowcell is bringing to this year’s Geneva Motor Show. They also announced the NanoFlowcell Quantino, a compact electric coupe which they believe has “mass appeal.”
Liechtenstein-based company nanoFlowcell is still trying to revolutionize the world of electric cars with their outlandish ideas. So following the e-Sportlimousine revealed at last year’s Geneva Motor Show, this year they bringing a new electric super saloon to the show called the Quant F.
French firm Exagon Motors took its sweet time over developing the Furtive-eGT electric sports car, but the product is finally ready for launch and it is, on the surface at least, a fantastic achievement. The eGT is an elegant and luxurious sports coupe powered by two electric motors.
An American firm called Elio Motors is introducing a new city car concept designed to be an economical city runabout that is cheap to buy and cheap to run. To put the car’s environmental-friendliness into perspective, they are comparing it to… well, cow farts. Apparently, the Elio emits less CO2 than a year’s worth of […]
QUANT e-Sportlimousine by NanoFLOWCELL AG is what the sports saloons of the future will, probably, look like. And it’s not just the design, either. The car features an innovative new electric powertrain that combines the benefits of accumulator cells and fuel cells system for better power and range than conventional systems.
With the new Soul EV, Korean car maker Kia officially enters the electric car market and puts up a fight against the likes Nissan LEAF, Fiat 500e, and Ford Focus Electric. The Soul EV will be Kia’s first all-electric, zero-emissions car sold in the U.S., and it plays a major in the company’s quest to […]
London desperately wants to be recognized as the greenest capital of the civilized world by launching, often silly, green initiatives. The latest effort is collaboration with Hyundai is a unique piece of design theatre that aims to educate people about the real-life benefits of hydrogen fuel cell technology.
Formula E Championship is getting stronger and stronger as more teams sign up for the first ever season starting from next year. The latest team to join the party is American Indy Car outfit Dragon Racing. Owned by media and publishing entrepreneur Jay Penske, Dragon Racing is a fan anything innovative. So they found the […]
The 204.2mph Drayson B12 69/EV electric Le Mans Prototype racing car is seeking new speed records to break, and so it is going to have a crack at the famous Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah later this month. It is another attempt to raise the sub-1000kg electric car world land speed record.
In their quest to make cleaner vehicles car makers first tried the hybrid solution with good results, but they are not fully green. Then they gave electric cars a shot, and although they have no emissions whatsoever,they are very convenient either. Now it seems that Hydrogen Fuel Cell systems are their next focus.