Come on. Admit it. You are envious that kids are having the coolest electric kiddie rides. I am know I am. But I am here to tell you that there’s no need to (be envious) because, you, too, can have a kiddie ride, but one that fits a grown-ass person (or even two!).
Rimac Nevera takes the hypercar market by storm. Or maybe it just sounds like a storm because, “Nevera” is the name of the unexpected Mediterranean storm that races across the open sea off Croatia. The Rimac Nevera has a very McLaren look to it.
A Southern California company, Taylor-Dunn Manufacturing Company, have been making light-duty, short range electric vehicles since 1950s – way before electric vehicle became the buzzwords.
Electric vehicle is synonymous with autonomous driving. Though it was not the case back in the 90s when self-driving was first explored by a South Korean professor. In any case, autonomous driving is kind of like a must-have if anyone is making an EV.
There is something particularly alluring about old product restored with new technologies. The Hyundai Heritage Series PONY Electric Vehicle is one such old product that, as the name implies, restored to become an electric vehicle.
Before Mercedes EQ, there was other Mercedes-Benz EVs. The 2013 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Coupe Electric Drive you see here is one of them. You may remember this electric green supercar was presented with a matching Cigarette Racing AMG Electric Drive Concept Boat at the 2013 Miami International Boat Show.
This is the MG Cyberster, a decidedly exotic ride developed by MG Advanced Design Centre in London that draws on the brand’s tradition of designing roadster.
If you take a closer look at the electric vehicle market, they are mostly mid-size sedans and SUVs. Never large size sedan – much less large size, mainstream luxury sedan. Well that changes recently when Mercedes-Benz EQ, the BEV arm of German luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz, introduced the 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS.
While Lexus is one of the pioneer in luxury hybrid vehicles, it is not known for EVs. Especially not in stateside where its first UX 300e is not available. But with the unveiling of the Lexus LF-Z Electrified BEV Concept, there’s a new hope for a Lexus BEV in North America.
Kia Motors has revealed its first dedicated battery electric vehicle, the 2022 Kia EV6. It is not a concept; the EV6 is the real-deal that will hit the global markets in the second half of 2021. In fact, online reservations have already begun in some markets since March 30.