Researchers from the University of Tel Aviv show a demonstration of an astounding magnetic levitation technology. The possibilities that present themselves are quite amazing! Imagine a bullet train floating on air, or floating people or freight movers…
It is common knowledge that Nissan’s Leaf is outselling GM’s Chevy Volt by a widening margin. Here’s a recent experience with the marketing efforts of both sides that may shed some light as to why.
Illinois professor Paul Braun and his group have developed a three-dimensional nanostructure for battery cathodes that allows for dramatically faster charging and discharging without sacrificing energy storage capacity.
Formula 1 master, Gordon Murray and Toray have teamed up to create and electric roadster, the Teewave AR1.
How about public transport that consists of your own personalized, driverless pod that whisks you nonstop to your destination? Surprise: it’s here! ULTra PRT (Personal Rapid Transit) is already in operation at London’s Heathrow Airport.
Rimac Automobili has unveiled the world’s first electric supercar—the Concept_One. With a range of 370 miles and acceleration from zero to 60 in less than 3 seconds, “Super” is almost an understatement.
Forget hydrogen: ammonia could be the answer to developing an emissions-free fuel for cars.
Citroën’s famous tub receives a major (understatement) upgrade at Frankfort’s car show. Looking more like a spacecraft on wheels, this hybrid concept has a uniquely French flavor.
A new, experimental electric vehicle called “Schluckspecht” (“heavy drinker” in colloquial German) has broken the record for the longest distance traveled by an electric car on one charge—over 1000 miles.
The producer of BBC’s hugely popular motoring show Top Gear have been accused of deliberately running down the battery on an electronic car–so it would run out of charge during filming for the show.