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Volkswagen will invest 40 billion dollars into electric cars, autonomous technology and other mobility...

2 years ago, Volkswagen was on its knees due to the Dieselgate scandal. Reputation was at the lowest point, shares went down and the...

How do some countries take electric cars into consideration?

Great Britain: Great Britain´s government made a decision that they will forbid selling diesel and gas powered cars before 2040. The plan is that also hybrids...

NIO debuts with new electric car, has a range of 500 km and lower price...

Chinese electric car startup, NIO, debuted with its own vehicle and the specs are quite good.

Nissan unveils its most powerful electric car ever, which has even more power than...

After 2018 Leaf, Nissan has prepared a spectacular new electric car for the domestic Tokyo Motor Show. The company showed a concept electric car, which...

In Norway, gorgeous nature and e-mobility go hand to hand

Beautiful fjords, towering waterfalls and mountain peaks. Those are probably first things that people imagine when someone says Norway. This Nordic country is on the wish list of many travellers. However, Norway isn’t just waterfalls and fjords. Besides its contemporary architecture, the capital of Oslo is also recognized as EV capital of the world.

How to ensure nation wide-spread of electric cars? Portugal might have a solution

We know that electric cars are the future. But how fast can we reach this future? And what’s the best way to reach it? Usually, you would look up to Norway and take an example from there. But today, we are going to look at a different example, from the country you might not have expected it. That country is Portugal.

Dyson will be the new player on the electric cars market

After solely pure electric car manufacturers such as Tesla, Faraday Future, Lucid Air or Rimac Automobili, the new player is planning to emerge on...

Toyota shifts priorities to electric cars instead of hydrogen, expands partnership with Panasonic

Instead of electric cars, Toyota’s first attempts were to focus on hydrogen technology. However, electrification has taken over market and hydrogen fuel cells take too long to develop, which is why Toyota now wants to focus more on what works on markets – battery electric cars and hybrids.

Swedish electric car will offer 5 years of free electricity, already has 1000 pre-orders

After raising more than 1,2 million euros to build a prototype, Uniti One is here with an affordable urban commuting car that wants to compete with smart cars.

Volkswagen I.D. electric cars will begin production in November 2019

I.D. hatchback will go to most of the world, while the USA will be the first to get the I.D. Crozz crossover.