Kyocera, a familiar name in office equipment, mobile communication, and imaging, has developed an autonomous vehicle that goes around peddling food and drinks.
How much power do an electric van needs? Not sure? Well, how about 2,000 PS, or 1,972.64 HP? Actually, you can’t have that. This over-the-top power is only available in the electric demonstrator inspired by the new E-Transit Custom, the Ford Pro Electric SuperVan.
Never mind the fact that the automobile is an unknown concept in the galaxy far, far away because, in the real world, we think it may be a good idea to give cars the Kylo Ren and Stormtrooper look – by the way of paint jobs and wraps, of course. That was not the last …
After countless electric conversions for the classic VW buses, Volkswagen is finally making an electric people carrier real. While the Volkswagen ID. Buzz is not quite the iconic VW Bus, it does have the classic’s spirits and a hint of the Vanagon’s aesthetic.
Ten years ago, we saw an amphibious motorhome that did not hide the fact that it was a bus that swims. As it turns out, in a time way before the birth of Terra Wind, there was a similar concept called “Boaterhome” coming from an Idaho outfit called Highwave Boaterhome 2000.
Is just me or Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles are looking better and better? Just look at the new Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Multivan. Tell me that it isn’t less commercial-like and more recreational-like. It definitely look like a potential camper to us.
You will never look at a commercial van the same again after you see the Volkswagen Transporter T6.1 Sportline. And mind you, this ain’t no conversion by a third-party company; this van is straight from the source, Volkswagen.
The Nissan e-NV200 Combi is not the prettiest by any van standards. It is, however, a practical daily driver that carries more than just a few people and has a ridiculous amount of cargo space. As it turns out, it is more than just a van; it could be a good camper too as demonstrated …
If you grew up in the 80s and had been to some of the A-Team promo events across stateside and Canada, this 1979 Chevrolet A-Team Van could be one you had seen and possibly, touched. So what about this vehicle other than its pretty much a TV show icon at this point? Well, we have …
If astronaut is a person trained and work in space, then shouldn’t we, urban dwellers, called Urbanaut? I do not take credit for the word. The credit goes to MINI. Urbanaut is MINI’s vision of future autonomous vehicle, and boy, do I love to hate it.