Bicycles are the ideal mode of transportation as cities emerge from quarantine. Returning to a car-dominated city after the pandemic lockdown is ‘out of the question’.
Now the more affordable Tesla version has arrived. Model 3 will start at $35,000 with 130 mph top speed and 220 miles of range.
Volkswagen announced a plan to get out of the business of fossil fuel cars and to go 100% electric. They’ll launch their final generation of fossil fuel cars in 2026 and plan to stop selling them all together by 2040.
Coventry—the 9th largest city in the UK—is going all-in on electric taxi deployment, offering a range of incentives that includes £2,500 incentive packages to the first 60 drivers placing orders for plug-in cabs.
Chargepoint has pledged a truly massive expansion of its global network of electric vehicle charging stations—an impressive 2.5 million charging spots by 2025 as part of its pledge to the Global Climate Action Summit.
Increased electric vehicle sales have helped Europe hit a high note of one-million-plus electric cars on the streets, and the numbers are only growing.
A new Bloomberg report sees electric drivetrains claiming a whopping 84% of all new vehicle sales by 2030. And the reason is that electric buses will have lower cost of ownership than their fossil fuel-powered counterparts.
The boulevards of Paris, already bustling with a dizzying range of transport devices, are set to feature a new shared electric scooter system that has swept the US and is now heading for Europe.
The International Energy Agency said as many as 220 million EVs could be on the road in 2030 — if governments adopt more ambitious environmental standards.
The first electric road capable of charging EVs as they drive across it is now open outside of Stockholm, Sweden. Once expanded, the electric roadways will make it convenient to charge electric vehicles.
Two companies recently announced the release of a small electric car whose every visible component is 3D printed except the chassis, seats, and glass.