Saturday, December 9, 2023

Volvo will offer multiple version of its electric cars, first one to come in...

Volvo, which has decided to shift to hybrid and electric vehicle production, recently unveiled its first fully electric vehicle, the Polestar. Now the company released new information regarding its electric car fleet.

The Voltia 8m3 electric van debuts in UK in effort to clean up London’s...

Voltia, a 100% all-electric zero emission van built on the basis of the Nissan eNV200 was recently launched in London as part of an initiative by Mayor Sadik Khan to reduce emissions from light commercial vehicles and improve London’s air quality.

Hyundai is preparing electric Kona with 470 kilometres of range for 2019

Hyundai is preparing a battery electric version of its SUV model Kona. The electric car is set to debut on 27th February, and it will start taking orders in summer 2018.

Paris will phase out traditional cars from 2030, way ahead of country’s 2040 goal

After several bans on petrol and diesel cars announced by countries like Norway, UK, Germany, Netherland and France itself, the capital’s officials have decided...

Self-driving vehicles are behind the door. This is how the future of mobility looks...

It’s early morning and you are heading to work. You pick-up your smartphone and summon a ride. Few moments, and it’s there. Car stops near you, opens the door and welcomes you. While commuting to your workplace, you can catch up with e-mails, listen to an audiobook or read. Whatever it is, you don’t need to focus on driving. This is a self-driving vehicle.
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“Tesla made in China” secured €279 million investment

Xiaopeng Motors is a Chinese electric car startup, which is famously known for being copycat of Tesla, secured investment in the amount of 2.2 billion yuan (279,78 million euros), mainly financed by Foxconn and Alibaba.

Porsche is investing €6 billion in electric cars

Porsche means business when it comes to electric cars. The company announced that it will double its investments to 6 billion euros to develop a fleet of electric cars by 2022.
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Porsche and Audi join forces to share new EV platform

Volkswagen Group is large. One of the benefits of being part of this group is the ability to share the know-how on common projects, just like now

Next step for Norway? Electric flights

According to country’s airport operator, all of Norway’s short-haul airlines should be entirely electric by 2040. This move will place Norway as a pioneer in the field of electric transport.

Voltia launches newest product for fleet electrification: EVXpert

Today, Voltia is launching EVXpert, a new tool to take a large step in helping people transition their light commercial vehicles (LCV) and fleets to zero emission electric vehicles.