Stanford researchers have designed a new technology that could lead to wireless charging of electric vehicles while they cruise down the highway.
Toyota Racing officially introduced its 2012 World Endurance Championship contender, the TS030 Hybrid Le Mans Prototype 1, at France’s Paul Ricard test circuit on Jan. 24.
BEA-Tricks, a German company that sells electric car conversion kits, drove a Citroen Berlingo van, outfitted with 10 lithium-ion battery packs 621 miles on a single charge.
The RYNO is a one-wheeled self-balancing electric personal transportation device, designed for short, low-speed trips.
The DeLorean Motor Company of Texas announced in October that it had partnered with Epic EV to produce an electric version of the iconic DeLorean DMC-12.
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.