The battery is the heart of the electric car, for it directs the nature of the interface with people. How many miles are there between recharges, and how long do these take to complete?
Akira Yoshino is a professor at the Meijo University in Tempaku-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. We’re making a post about him today as Yoshino is the 71-year-old inventor of the rechargeable lithium-ion battery
It is winter in North America, and the season of flat car batteries (and burst pipes) is upon us again. Dealers may be rubbing their hands while motorists curse the weather
Formula E, the official international electric car race was off to a slow start in 2014 since competitors could only use the bespoke Spark-Renault SRT_01E car
The XING Mobility motor company in Taiwan builds electric vehicle components, and fast racing cars to prove they work. The company believes in Albert Einstein’s saying: “play is the highest form of research.”
Only the other day we were wondering whether China would win the electric car race. But their vehicles were surely too old-fashioned to seize the world’s imagination. Or so we thought.
Technology is a fast-moving thing. One moment, we are convinced Tesla is streets ahead of all other electric vehicles. The next moment
The age of electric car skepticism is over. Because there’s not a single manufacturer left without a serious investment in the new technology.
Few things are more delightful to a dedicated motorcyclist than a Sunday morning ride. A crisp battery turns the starter motor and the engine roars into life.
Will China win the electric car race. Money on CNN thinks so and we are inclined to agree. The Asian giant has an emerging generation z dead keen on exploring technology.