I know it is hard to believe that Chrysler doesn’t have an electric vehicle yet. But that changes with the Chrysler Airflow Concept, the marque’s conscientious effort to show that it is working on one.
If you love the BMW iX but felt that the 516 HP isn’t enough for you or the 4.6 seconds century sprint isn’t quick enough, well, then perhaps the 2022 BMW iX M60 may tickle your fancy.
Ever look at your car and wished you could just change color as you desire? Well, with electrophoretic technology, you could as proven by the BMW iX Flow Featuring E Ink.
Shows like M.A.S.K. and Back to the Future II set an unrealistic expectation for flying cars. I mean, when we talked about flying cars, most people would imagine a regular-looking car that, you know, just flies. Gullwing doors are a bonus, of course, but shouldn’t open like Matt Trakker’s Thunder Hawk in order to fly …
Of all the major automakers, only a handful have not gotten into the electric hype train. Subaru is one of them. But that changes last month when the Japanese automaker pull the wrap off its very first all-electric vehicle, an SUV called Subaru Solterra.
Going full-on autonomous, i.e. Level 5 autonomy, is a major challenge for road-going vehicles. Meanwhile, it is much more achievable for a waterborne vehicle, as proven by Roboat.
The advancement of technology has revolutionized human life to a great extent, and the world of transportation is no exception. Personal electric vehicles have changed the way people travel. That is why an electric scooter for adults makes more sense for local travel than a car.
If don’t already know, powering commercial vessels is a dirty business. Like, literally because most, if not all, cargo ships use diesel and some vessels are even dirtier, burning heavy bunker fuel. Thankfully, someone is doing something about it.
Volkswagen is no stranger to the SUV and its sub-segment SUV Coupe, and while it does have an electric SUV, it hasn’t had an all-electric SUV coupe yet. Well, that’s until now.
Getting a scooter to help you commute to and from work may seem like a concept straight out of Back to the Future. Although a hoverboard is quite different, and definitely a lot more futuristic.