Electric Cars

Amazon offers a four-pack of TP-Link Kasa Smart Plugs for $44.99 shipped. Each plug typically sells for $13-$20, marking some particularly notable savings today. These plugs are great for setting automatic schedules and banishing energy vampires from your home. Voice control and compatibility with most popular smart home systems make this four-pack an easy buy. Rated
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By Simon Alvarez Posted on August 7, 2019 Multiple reports have recently emerged about the US National Highway Traffic Administration scrutinizing Tesla and the company’s claims that the Model 3 has the lowest probability of injury among vehicles tested by the agency. It should be noted that the NHTSA’s scrutiny, which involved a cease-and-desist letter
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The upcoming Beaulieu Supercar Weekend will pay tribute to the new era of lightning-fast electric cars with EV Evolution, a brand new feature showcasing a real-life timeline of plug-in powered vehicles as part of the packed weekend show on August 3rd & 4th The event features 750 jaw-dropping supercars in the grounds of the National Motor Museum for show-goers to see up-close.
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In a recent design contest to demonstrate the “Future of Motorcycling”, this innovative electric motorcycle design known as the Tryal took the top prize. The Rimoza Design Challenge was sponsored by premium Italian motorcycle accessory design studio Rimoza. It called for design submissions over the last few months and recently announced the winner of the
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Ford Motor Company and Volkswagen AG have announced they are expanding their partnerships to now include electric vehicles with the US brand utilising the VW MEB platform. Ford will become the first additional automaker to use Volkswagen’s dedicated electric vehicle architecture and Modular Electric Toolkit known as MEB – to deliver a high-volume zero-emission vehicle
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The world’s largest plug-in hybrid ship has hit the water for the first time with a massive battery capacity equivalent to 50 Tesla battery packs. We have already seen ships going all-electric, but they are mainly ferries operating over short distances. The operators of the first all-electric ferry in Norway, the ‘Ampere’, reported some impressive statistics
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