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Israeli skateboard platforms began US expansion
Israeli skateboard platforms began US expansion

So far, REE has three REEboard skateboards: P4, P2, P1. In the future, there will be at least five of them, since large “carts” for trucks and buses will appear. The firm itself estimates the market for such platforms at $ 700 billion. REE Automotive, using a merger with dummy firm 10X Capital (SPAC), went… More

Flying machines: how real is it and how much will they cost?
Flying machines: how real is it and how much will they cost?

Today, the largest automakers are engaged in electrification, to which they are pushed by the impending bans on “dirty” fuel engines. However, in parallel, work continues on another transport of the future – flying cars. Experts from the British Pentagon Motor Group decided to estimate how much the aircrafts will cost when they go on… More

Tesla electric cars will learn to change gears themselves
Tesla electric cars will learn to change gears themselves

The head of Tesla, Elon Musk, announced on Twitter about the imminent appearance on all electric cars of the brand, equipped with the Full Self-Driving autopilot system, a new option called Auto Shift, which is currently only available on the new Model S. It makes it possible for an electric car to independently determine the… More

Old Tesla will go in a new way
Old Tesla will go in a new way

Owners of Tesla cars produced in 2016-2019 will need a processor update to be able to use the ninth beta version of the Full-Self Driving autopilot, writes Electrek. The processor upgrade on Tesla electric cars is paid and is estimated at $ 1.5 thousand. Tesla has previously stated that its customers will not need to… More

Unique BMW i3 went to customers
Unique BMW i3 went to customers

On July 9, 2021, the first unique BMW i3 cars equipped with bi-directional charging technology began to be handed over to customers at the BMW Welt Exhibition Center. The technology allows electric vehicles not only to consume energy normally, but also to feed electricity back into the distribution network. This helps to reduce the load… More

Trains, do not rush: Cummins is developing a hydrogen ice engine
Trains, do not rush: Cummins is developing a hydrogen ice engine

The American powertrain manufacturer Cummins has begun testing its hydrogen internal combustion engine. The engine is built on the basis of existing engines running on refined products. Cummins recognizes the high potential of hydrogen engines in reducing emissions while maintaining performance that meets the needs of a wide range of customers. The hydrogen ICE prototype… More

Volvo will make its cars “smarter”
Volvo will make its cars “smarter”

The new system will unite three computers at once, which will help each other in processing data, images and artificial intelligence. Volvo’s next generation of electric cars, including a new electric crossover built on a new platform, will run on the VolvoCars operating system. OS. According to company representatives, the proprietary software will allow the… More

Samsung will provide Tesla with rear view cameras
Samsung will provide Tesla with rear view cameras

South Korean company Samsung Electro – Mechanics has agreed with Tesla to supply cameras for the promising Cybertruck pickup truck, kedglobal.com reports. According to known data, the parties concluded a deal for $ 436 million. Local media are confident that rear-view and all-round view cameras will be designed primarily for the upcoming Cybertruck pickup, but… More

All cars of the Volkswagen Group will be transferred to one platform
All cars of the Volkswagen Group will be transferred to one platform

By 2040, the Volkswagen car company plans to make all of its vehicles environmentally friendly. At the same time, the concern wants to increase its profit from 7% to 9% by 2025, which will eventually help to transfer all the cars of the brand to one architecture. The company currently uses the MQB platform for… More