Category: Electric Vehicles

Veliac Three Electric Trike Uses a New Lean System

The London-based electric bicycle manufacturer 50Cycles has launched its Veliac Three electric tricycle, which uses a new mechanism to make it easier for the rider to negotiate curves and turns.

This new design means that tricycles no longer have to sacrifice “tight handling” just because they are electricity-powered. Conventional tricycles are difficult to handle on roads with lots of curves.

The Veliac Three overcomes this drawback by using a torsion bar that runs lengthwise. This allows the foreframe, ..

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Veliac Three Electric Trike Uses a New Lean System

| April 4, 2012 |

Easy-to-Fold Electric Bike, the Voltitude Scooter

Of course you’ve heard of a Swiss army knife. But have you heard of the Swiss army bike? Officially, it’s called the Voltitude fold-up electric scooter.

Developed by Voltitude, a company founded by Eric Collombin, who is also the CEO, a prototype of this personal electric vehicle was first unveiled to the public in April 2011. The company itself was established a couple of months later, in July 2011.

This Swiss company is now ready to commence ..

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Easy-to-Fold Electric Bike, the Voltitude Scooter

| January 31, 2012 |

Electric Jeep Grand Cherokee

If you’re looking for a good, solid four-by-four you can’t go wrong with a Jeep. This long standing brand just screams quality, and pretty soon it’ll be an electronic brand. Well, at least one of its Jeeps will be. The AMP Jeep Grand Cherokee will be 100% electrically powered.

When it’s released it’ll have a 37.6 kWh lithium ion phosphate battery and a couple of Remi electric motors. You’ll be able to travel up to 100 ..

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Electric Jeep Grand Cherokee

| January 13, 2012 |

Electric DeLorean, the DMCev, Available 2013

Remember Michael J Fox and the “Back to the future” movie trilogy? Now that I have you nostalgically walking down memory lane, do you also recall the car with gull wings that Professor Emmett L Brown converted into a time machine?

That car was a DeLorean DMC-12. Sadly, the original DeLorean Motor Company, founded by John DeLorean in 1975, went bankrupt in 1982. John was the designer behind many of GM’s biggest hits from the Pontiac ..

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Electric DeLorean, the DMCev, Available 2013

| November 23, 2011 | Comments

Rimac Concept_One, Electric Supercar, 1088 BHP

Croatian designer Mate Rimac, who is all of 23 years old, unveiled his concept car at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The Concept One EV (electric vehicle), as he calls it, does promise a lot.

For a start, it can go from zero to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds. It has a top speed of 305 km/h. Once fully charged, it can run for 600 Km without needing a recharge.

Each wheel is powered by its own electric ..

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Rimac Concept_One, Electric Supercar, 1088 BHP

| October 3, 2011 | Comments

Tron Bike, Electric Lightcycle from the Parker Brothers

Fans who fondly hold memories of the previously released TRON lightcycle motorcycles that were produced by the infamous Parker Brothers customising team, will rub their hands in absolute glee at the news that the tasty TRON range is back in town.

Strutting its stuff in a very green, eco-friendly manner, the brand new electrified TRON lightcycle is a must have for any self-respecting eco warrior. Its run by a nifty little 96 volt motor that’s electric ..

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Tron Bike, Electric Lightcycle from the Parker Brothers

| September 25, 2011 | Comments

Electric Bike, PAS Brace-L Charges onto the Scene

OK, time to get on your bike and get pedalling as the new PAS Brace-L Electric Bike, with its ever-so catchy title is now making quite a name for itself within the climates of Japan after its first release in 2010.

This latest offering is actually the revamped and feature added bicycle from last year’s release and the Yamaha company with rather a lack of inventiveness has kept the same ‘PAS Brace-L’ name. Mhmm, perhaps the ..

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Electric Bike, PAS Brace-L Charges onto the Scene

| September 23, 2011 | Comments