Volkswagen’s MOIA debuts its EV rideshare vehicle

MOIA, the mobility startup from the Volkswagen Group just introduced its ride pooling concept just one year after its inception. The startup’s concept provides new mobility options that will significantly reduce traffic and help reduce air and noise pollution in major cities. MOIA will present its ride pooling ecosystem with the mission “One Million Cars off the Road” at TechCrunch […]

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SAIC-GM-Wuling Launches Baojun E100, a $5,300 electric car

A GM partnership SAIC-GM-Wuling, launched the Baojun E100, the brand’s first fully-electric vehicle.  The Baojun E100 is available in two variants, it’s starting model is price begins around $5,300 (depending on the current exchange rate) in China after national and local subsidies. The price is a fraction of a Chevy Bolt.  The American Bolt will be sold alongside the SAIC-GM-Wuling offerings […]

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Fiskar EMotion Electric Vehicle, a Serious Tesla Rival

FISKER INC. UNVEILS FIRST OFFICIAL TEASER PHOTOS OF THE ALL-ELECTRIC 400 MILE-PLUS EV RANGE FISKER EMOTION Fisker EMotion is slated to start at $129,900, With an Ultra Large Battery Pack Los Angeles, CA (June 6, 2017)—Fisker Inc. today released the design specifications and teaser photos of its 2019 production vehicle, the Fisker EMotion. The EMotion delivers an astounding over 400-mile […]

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Honda CVCC

Revolutionary 1973 Honda CVCC

Honda had thrusted their way onto the American Auto scene with the 1973 Honda CVCC, “CVCC,” an acronym for “Compound Vortex Controlled Combustion.” The car eventually evolved into the Civic, on of Honda’s best selling car lines of all time. This car essentially replaced the N600, with double the displacement and increased length, width, height and wheelbase. October 11, 1972, […]

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Repeal World Record for VW Diesel TDI?

Should the Guinness Record for “Lowest fuel consumption – 48 US States (non-hybrid car)“, be nullified? In light of what was revealed by VW in the news recently will this award still be valid? It seams to me that the rules were bent using software which switched the regulatory emissions restrictions off. Is this just “over-hypermiling?” I don’t think so! It […]

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