Not quite yet, but there are a number of people – and companies – working on it and testing prototypes.
After the buzz over recent British royal wedding featuring an EV converted E-type Jaguar, company announces they will offer restored and electrified E-type Jaguars to the public.
One of the last advantages touted for the hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) over the battery electric car (BEV) is the speed of hydrogen refuelling vs battery charging.
Two Norwegians conduct a race, or more truthfully an economy trial, between a Hyundai Kona Electric and a Tesla Model X, using different charging networks.
A fully electric, piloted “flying car” – it’s true, watch the video! – has just qualified as an ultralight aircraft for use in the US.
Jaguar’s pursuit of changing the image of “the old man’s car” cars to a leading edge innovator in EV’s leads to a new speed record.
Victoria Inquiry recommends number of ways state government could boost the uptake of EVs – but will this translate into policy?
Overseas, new EV sales make up from 5% in California to more than 25% in Norway. In Australia, it’s less than 0.1% (and falling). Why?
Affordable, 300km plus range electric vehicles are about to hit Australian showrooms. But is there an EV available now or coming soon that will meet your needs?