The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO), and national laboratories are supporting R&D to lower the cost and improve the performance of electric drive vehicles, with a goal of eventually replacing their gasoline...
Energy efficiency has become a key global focus because of its contribution toward reduced carbon-dioxide emissions. One significant area of contribution is the electrification of vehicular technology.
According to reports, the European electric vehicle market is up 54% in registrations from the same time a year ago. Fast charging will undoubtedly bring that number higher.
The company is making a new competence center the hub of its electro-mobility strategy.
The pioneer of the EV industry has to be Tesla, which introduced its first car in 2006, and just rolled out a roadster and truck this month.
More than 3,000 attendees gathered at IDTechEx, coming from more than 50 countries to learn and share information on the automotive future.
Future motorsports cars can indeed be electric, as demonstrated by this collaboration between the automaker and MIT.
Artificial intelligence will be used to augment the driver’s ability to control the car under different operating conditions. The amount of AI software and hardware required, though, will far surpass any computer system in today’s vehicles.
The quest for a battery that can provide 300 miles EV driving range from a charge that takes minutes has attracted the interest of scientists throughout the world.
In 2017, Yole Développement estimates that the automotive lighting market should be close to $27.7 billion.