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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.

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 build its own electric car by itself and it will be autonomous...

Dyson totally shocked both market and public, when it announced that it will build its own electric car. Now, the founder himself, Sir James...

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.

Lamborghini along with MIT unveil their first electric supercar

Lamborghini, the super luxury car brand was conservative with electric cars for a long time. This is changing now. Italian brand, along with engineers...

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...

Tesla is planning to enter India’s market. Elon Musk asks the government for initial...

India, the second most populated country in the world, is suffering heavily with air pollution. Therefore, the government has set an ambitious goal and...

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...

Kia Niro EV concept: true electric car with 238 miles of range

It is not a surprise, that battery-electric version of Kia Niro will be available soon. Some thought that it will be quite similar to concern sibling of Hyundai Ioniq Electric, but the truth is opposite.

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.