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Number 3: What does Polestar have in store?
Number 3: What does Polestar have in store?

Polestar, the electric sub-brand of Volvo, plans to launch a new crossover with a laconic index 3, Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath told Car and Driver. According to the head of the Polestar brand, the new Polestar 3 electric car will receive a swift silhouette with a sloping roof. The release of the new crossover is… More

New details about budget Tesla
New details about budget Tesla

At a meeting with his employees, Elon Musk revealed several details about the upcoming budget electro hatch. As it turned out, the name Tesla Model 2 that appeared on the Internet turned out to be mistaken. So far, it is known that the promising hatch was created in complete secrecy by the Tesla China division… More

In 10 minutes: Israel has developed batteries for Tesla
In 10 minutes: Israel has developed batteries for Tesla

Israeli startup StoreDot, owned by businessman Kenes Rakishev, has created a battery for electric vehicles that can be charged in 10 minutes. The battery is made to the standards of batteries that are used for Tesla electric cars: 46 mm in diameter and 80 mm in height. They will be produced at the EVE Energy… More

Electric ATV from Opel?
Electric ATV from Opel?

The premiere of Opel Rocks-e took place not so long ago, and the novelty was positioned as an updated version of the Citro? n Ami miniature electric car, which is technically considered an ATV. This funny looking little car, which looks more like a child’s toy, inspired German student Lucas Wenzhofer to create the Opel… More

Sony doesn’t know what to do with the Vision-S electric car concept
Sony doesn’t know what to do with the Vision-S electric car concept

As part of his recent interview, a Sony spokesman said that the company continues to develop a previously presented concept. More details on the concept will appear at the upcoming CES Consumer Electronics Show. Sony is actively involved in the automotive industry. The Japanese tech giant that unveiled the Vision-S concept at the 2020 Consumer… More

Hyundai told about the plans for the development of the Ioniq brand
Hyundai told about the plans for the development of the Ioniq brand

The Korean automaker spoke about the prospects for the Ioniq electric sub-brand. The Ioniq 6 should debut in late 2022 or early 2023. The debut date of the model will be chosen based on whether the problem with the lack of semiconductors will be solved. In 2024, the automaker intends to release the Ioniq 7… More

Saving the Planet: Tesla with a Gasoline Engine
Saving the Planet: Tesla with a Gasoline Engine

A small Austrian company brought its Tesla Model Y prototype with a gasoline engine and very low fuel consumption to the Munich Motor Show. Probably every fan of electric vehicles has thought at least once about why manufacturers cannot install a small gasoline engine in an electric car. Opponents of electric vehicles really like the… More

The first images of the budget electric car Tesla
The first images of the budget electric car Tesla

German insider CarForce247 has unveiled renderings of Tesla’s new budget electric car, slated to hit the market in 2023. The new electric car of the American brand is expected to enter the market under the name Model Q. The compact novelty will be produced in a hatchback body and will become the most affordable model… More

From “boxes” to electric vehicles: ZF introduced a modular platform
From “boxes” to electric vehicles: ZF introduced a modular platform

German technology company ZF, best known for its powertrains, is introducing a fully modular electrical platform that it offers to car manufacturers. At the IAA in Munich, ZF unveiled its Modular eDrive Kit, a modular platform that the company claims brings together all the technical knowledge and expertise in electric driving. Sounds like a good… More

XPeng has started the development of flying cars and new robots
XPeng has started the development of flying cars and new robots

Chinese electric vehicle startup XPeng plans to expand its production to the market by introducing robotics and flying cars, founder and CEO He Xiaopeng told CNBC on September 9. According to He, all automakers will sooner or later produce robots – some in 10 years, and some in 30. He also sees robots as a… More