Month: October 2019

Mercedes-Maybach is working on its own version of the recently redesigned Mercedes-Benz GLS, and a prototype has just been spotted. It’s wearing almost zero camouflage gear since the reveal is coming up soon. Maybach has confirmed the launch for November, which points to a debut at either the Los Angeles Auto Show or Auto Guangzhou
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I stopped by the Genovation booth at the CES 2018 to review their electric supercar which is a Chevy Corvette converted into an electric car with 175 mile range. It’s called Genovation GXE. This video and the channel is sponsored by EVANNEX! Use our exclusive discount code “EFORELECTRIC” and get $10 off any order over
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If you’ve never heard of a friction drive electric bike system, there’s a good reason. Past systems have been described as “gutless,” “incomplete,” and “useless in the rain.” With this condemning backdrop, a small company from Quebec has shattered expectations with the feature-rich 300c from Alizeti. Motor: 500 W geared motor Top Speed: 32km/h (20mph) Range:
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By Simon Alvarez Posted on October 30, 2019 PayPal co-founder and Facebook board member Peter Thiel recently dubbed Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk a “negative role model” because his numerous ventures and innovations make him incredibly difficult to emulate. Thiel’s comments were related at the UCLA’s Internet50 event on Tuesday.   Thiel, who considers Elon
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A few simple lessons on how to charge your electric car when using the Ecotricity Electric Highway. There are ‘Ecotricity pumps’ at nearly every UK motorway services and they already power millions of miles of electric car journeys a month. To find out more go to https://www.ecotricity.co.uk/for-the-road
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Vintage Electric, a California-based electric bike manufacturer, collaborated with American automotive racing legend Carrol Shelby’s grandson on Vintage’s latest high-speed electric bicycle. We’ve seen Vintage electric make some pretty wild 36 mph (58 km/h) e-bikes before. In fact, we’ve been impressed enough by the company’s past work to go check them out in person. Vintage’s
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With Plug&Charge, the car itself will become a kind of access card for the charging networks. Electrify America re-confirmed its intention to offer “Plug&Charge” technology in partnership with Hubject, to streamline the charging process through automation of authentication and billing. When the new system will be fully operational in 2020, drivers should be able to
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Mini’s new battery-electric Cooper SE will start at $30,750 (including an $850 destination charge), the company announced Monday, and that price will be lower for customers in certain regions, Mini says, depending upon available incentives.  The automaker boasts that the Cooper SE could be had for as little as $18,750 in some markets, thanks to
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The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime is a new plug-in version of the fourth-generation Prius hybrid launched last year. It succeeds the previous Prius Plug-In Hybrid, but it’s a much better—and considerably more electric—vehicle than that discontinued model. We’ve driven the new Prius Prime in southern California, but is it the right car for you? Subscribe
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Elon Musk and Tesla shocked everyone by announcing profits in its Q3 Earnings Call with many shocking surprises and other announcements. Let’s talk about it as I take your questions and comments during the LIVE stream! Get on our VIP list at https://eforelectric.com/vip OUR SPONSOR: ❤️ Reserve your all electric BYTON SUV at: http://bit.ly/2WBBuqW No
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Tesla released a new T-shirt to hype its upcoming new ‘Plaid’ performance mode. The automaker says that it’s “the next best thing to riding shotgun at Nürburgring.” Last month, Tesla announced a Model S with a 3-motor “Plaid powertrain” and new a “chassis prototype.” Over the last two months, the automaker has been testing Model S
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The worth of Tesla’s over-the-air software updates are priceless. Just last week, Tesla CEO Elon Musk stated during the company’s Q3 earnings call that yet another major update was coming soon. He said Tesla would boost vehicles’ power, in addition to adding more range, and features like scheduled charging. Mere days later, the over-the-air software
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