Australian offroad specialist Tomcar is to release an electric vehicle. TOMCAR have been around for a while and are no stranger to challenging convention. They have an offroad buggy that is only two-wheel-drive, but is still an incredible offroad vehicle as we found in our in-depth test. They are also
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Well-known vacuum maker, Dyson, is reportedly building an electric vehicle with funding from the UK government.
Volvo Cars has joined the Charging Interface Initiative and other automakers calling for a standardised charging infrastructure for battery-powered vehicles.
BMW has announced it will begin the world’s first trial of a street light charging system for electric vehicles that seems to get around the need for dedicated charging stations.
University of New South Wales students have set a new land-speed record (100km/h) for an electric vehicle traveling on a single-charge over 500km.
Toyota and Lexus have announced they will offer electric or electrified vehicles across their entire range by 2025.
BMW and Westfield have opened 40 electric vehicle (EV) and plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV) public charging bays at 10 metropolitan Westfield shopping centres.
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Mini, like so many carmakers, is going electric, confirming its new EV will be available to buy in Australia next year.
Sumitomo Rubber is working on new technology that could see car tyres generate electricity while driving.
Prototype electric Ford F-150 pulls 42 F-150s loaded onto 10 double-decker railway cars weighing almost 600,000kg.