Honda used a Tokio Motor Show to introduce two versions of electrified scooters: first one is battery electric driven and the other has a hybrid powertrain.
We summarized the state in which American company, owned and run by Elon Musk is after first nine months of year 2017.
BMW reached a special milestone by producing a 100.000th BMW i3 in its Leipzig factory.
At the Tokio Motor Show Nissan unveiled a IMx electric crossover concept can fully autonomously drive more then 600 kilometers on one charge.
After successful roles leading product planning, AMG and sales & marketing, Ola Kaellenius has been put in charge of one of the most important missions inside any car manufacturer, as he was recently appointed head of Research & Development (R&D). Text by Joaquim Oliveira, photography by Mercedes
For the Tokio Motor Show Mitsubishi prepared a electric EVO, but we are not talking abputt some thoroughbread racing car but about an e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT in which they united a electric four wheel drive technology and artificial intelligence.
Smart, at least the original Fortwo, has always been synonymous with small city cars. Its first generation immediately hit it off with electric propulsion, of course. Now the second generation is out, not only with a Fortwo, but also with a new Forfour. TEXT by Dušan Lukič PHOTOGRAPHY by SMART
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In Frankfurt Honda introduced Urban EV Concept, which blends retro styled body with modern electric car and autonomous drive technology. For Tokio it went even further by introducing Sports EV Concept, which puts modern technology to a classicaly styled sports coupé.
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