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The new Electric Car Chery pleased with the high power reserve
The new Electric Car Chery pleased with the high power reserve

The Ministry of industry and information technology of China published a photo of the updated Chery Tiggo, as well as declassified its technical characteristics. The electric crossover has a large power reserve and a powerful motor. As for the design, the novelty practically does not differ from the pre – reform version in design and… More

Atlis XT Electropicap: Updated before birth
Atlis XT Electropicap: Updated before birth

Every self-respecting manufacturer of electric cars wants to have an electric pickup truck in its model line today. Young startups are not far behind them. The promising firm Atlis from the USA not only developed its own electric pickup, but also managed to modernize it. American startup Atlis has been preparing Its debut model –… More

Audi e-tron GT launched into production
Audi e-tron GT launched into production

Orders for the new product will be accepted starting next spring. The Audi e-tron GT electric car will be assembled at the Bollinger Hofe production site, which is part of the company’s plant in Neckarsulm, Germany. Previously, this company, which belongs to Audi Sport, produced the R8 model. In the future, the supercar and electric… More

Electric Opel Mokka-e sold out a year in the go
Electric Opel Mokka-e sold out a year in the go

The price list of the Opel Mokka-e battery compact for Europe was published on September 22, orders are being accepted, and deliveries to customers are scheduled for March-April 2021. However, the demand is so great that the quota for next year has already been exhausted. According to insidevs, Electrek and Elecrive, with reference to dealers,… More

Toyota took up electric cars
Toyota took up electric cars

Toyota Motor company has announced the debut of a new electric crossover for the European market. At the moment, the Japanese automaker does not disclose any technical details about the “filling” of the future crossover on all-electric traction, which will be focused on the European buyer. So far, the company has published only a teaser… More

Serve Tesla yourself: free access to repair instructions
Serve Tesla yourself: free access to repair instructions

Tesla owners now have the opportunity to download instructions, repair manuals, diagnostic programs and other information for self-service maintenance of their cars completely free of charge, the publication reports Electrek.co. However, this can only be done via a Chinese domain service.tesla.cn. So far, North American residents have only been given access to the necessary information… More

BMW i7 Features: What is the Electric Seed
BMW i7 Features: What is the Electric Seed

It is no secret that in the new generation, the BMW seventh-series sedan will receive fewer versions with internal combustion engines than electrified ones in one form or another. The flagship modification of the “seven” and at all should become an electric car called the i7. Now, as the Car publication reports with reference to… More

Tesla’s new defect: manufacturer blames owners
Tesla’s new defect: manufacturer blames owners

Some owners of the Tesla Model 3 have begun to experience the appearance of bubbles on the headrests, but the manufacturer categorically does not consider this a warranty defect. Happy owners of the Tesla Model 3 sedan on specialized Internet forums began to complain EN masse about the skin of the headrests of the front… More

Patent images of the updated Jaguar I-Pace
Patent images of the updated Jaguar I-Pace

Motor Trend published patent images of the updated version of the electric crossover Jaguar I-Pace. Recall that the Jaguar I-Pace crossover with all-electric traction was launched into production only in 2018. At the same time, the model is already waiting for an update, as evidenced by patent images of the new product posted by a… More

Automatic matrix charging for electric cars

According to China Auto News, the Chinese company NEVC has decided to join forces with the Austrian firm Easelink to develop a new type of charging for electric cars. As the Central news service notes, the new product is positioned as a “matrix” charging system and will be a system of two devices: the Matrix… More