Almost every fossil fuel car makers are betting on an electric future. Fiat is no exception… Except, instead of pushing an electric variant of a familiar model, it has rolled out an iconic model as an electric-only model.
Citroën is shaking up the electric vehicle industry and the auto industry in general with this cute little fellow called Citroën Ami Electric Micro Mobility. This cutie caught our eyes not only because it is damn adorable. It is because of the accessibility to nearly everyone and affordability.
Think your Hyundai compact hatch is bland? Well, here’s Hyundai showing that its car can look good sporty and packs a lot of punch. Not that you should be doing this to your Hyundai i30, but it is nice to look at.
You know electric vehicle has gone mainstream when 1) the design becomes “regular looking” and 2) the power output becomes less monstrous. The Skoda CITIGOe iV Electric Vehicle fits the aforementioned ‘criteria’ perfectly and it is one of latest EV to join the growing list of “regular looking” electric drive vehicle.
Traditionally, racing cars have always been as a show of automobiles’ technologically advancements. Think Subaru WRX, Ford Focus and Mitsubishi Evolution series, and you know what we mean. As the world progresses into mainstream electric vehicle, the strategy remains the same.
Here’s a new subcompact car from Toyota for everyone else outside of Japan to drool over. It is the Toyota GR Yaris Special Edition, a homologation model of the FIA WRC, developed from the ground up with Tommi Mäkinen Racing. See why you should be drooling over this ride now?
If you need a car that lets get around the city with ease and doing so without guilt of polluting the environment (in most part, that is), well then, you may want to look at this cute little guy called Uniti One.
It looks like Peugeot isn’t the only one looking into “normalizing” electric cars. Months ahead of the France automaker’s e-208, British automaker Vauxhall already did with an all-electric Corsa which, you guessed it, looks exactly like the all-new fossil fuel-powered Corsa.
France automaker Peugeot’s vision of electric car is like diesel and petrol cars. It will be just another option on the list. In other words, you choose whether you want to roll with diesel, patrol, or electric.
Four and a half decades and seven generations culminated to this: the eighth-generation Volkswagen Golf, AKA VW Golf Mk8. The look is distinctively Golf with a hint of Scirocco.