This weekend’s Formula E race in Punta del Este, Uruguay was most successful for Tcheetah’s driver Jean-Eric Vergne, who managed to secure himself his second win of the current season.
Did you ever came to a tought, that a small electric citv car can become a camper vehicle? A New Zealander living in Slovakia did just that. He turned a tiny electric Peugeot iOn into a provisional camper.
The Geneva Motor Show stil counts among the most important car shows in the world so car brands make shure to put their most interesting and entries on the show. Also when it comes to alternative powertrains, area of the automotive world, in which plug-in vehicles certainly make the biggest impact. We decided to pick five cars, which by our opinion really did stand out of the crowd.
Polestar already opened orders for its first model, hybrid sedan Polestar 1, which at firts will be available to customers in 18 countries arround the globe.
Seat’s newly independent sports brand Cupra decided to take the road to electrified racing with a Cupra e-Racer concept, which was presented at the Geneva Motor Show.
In Geneva, McLaren confirmed that the new Hyper-GT, which will belong to Ultimate Series and is due to be introduced by the end of this year, will also be the fastest McLaren untill now. It will exceed 391 kph, the highest speed of McLaren F1.
While most of company’s fascilities are located in Netherlend, with introduction of new chargers is has also announced an intention to spread into Germany, Belgium and even UK.
Technical data – including cars dimensions and power – has also been revealed.
Audi is still pretty much quiet about E-tron’s performances, even though it is to be launched before the end of the year.
Battery pack will provide the car with enough energy for up to 400 kilometers on a single charge.