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Volvo XC90 T8 electric hybrid may not be living up to its claims

Volvo Being Investigated for EV-Range Claims

Volvo's XC90 T8 electric hybrid is supposed to get nearly 25-miles in EV-only mode.

First it was Volkswagen and its "dieselgate" scandal. Then there was Mitsubishi also caught falsifying its mileage numbers. Now along comes Volvo and its seven-passenger XC90 'plug-in' SUV.

The law firm of Keller Rohrback L.L.P. says they are investigating complaints by owners that the electric hybrid, which is supposed to get upw...

Mikael Kjellman demonstrates his PodRide during long, cold Swedish winter.

PodRide Blends Car-Like Function with Bike-Like Ride

Swedish mechanical engineer develops blend between resource-intensive automobile and environmentally-responsible bicycle.

How do you get around in wintery Sweden on a bicycle? Not easily nor comfortably. That problem posed both a challenge and opportunity for Mikael Kjellman, a mechanical engineer who lives in Ostersund, some 350 miles north of Stockholm. So he invented PodRide, one of the more practical velomobiles EV World's seen.

Your basic velom...

LeEco debuts its self-driving, all-electric car

China's LeEco Introduces Its Self-Driving Tesla Competitor

LeSee electric car also offers autonomous driving capability along with futuristic styling.

Jia Yueting might be considered both the Steve Jobs and the Elon Musk of China all rolled into one. He made his fortune on the Internet and with mobile devices through his company, formerly called LeTV. Now called LeEco, his company just debuted in Beijing their first cloud-connected, self-driving electric car, the LeSee, pictured above wit...

2017 Honda Clarity will offer three types of electric-drive systems

Honda Clarity: Trio of E-Drive Options

Honda plans to offer customers a choice in power systems for its Clarity model line-up.

While it seems pretty obvious that at least 400,000 people worldwide are serious about buying a battery-powered Tesla Model 3, the large, long-established OEMs aren't yet convinced that electro-chemical batteries are the future of auto tech. They are hedging their bets: GM offering both the Volt electric hybrid and the Bolt, pure electric car...

Magnus eFusion designed for light sport aircraft category in Europe

Magnus Debuts eFusion Light Sport E-Plane

Two-place, all-electric light sport aircraft makes first appearance AERO Friedrichshafen in Germany.

Europe continues to be one of the prime incubators of electric airplane development. The most recent addition to the emerging 'squadron' of battery and hybrid-electric powered aircraft comes from Magnus Aircraft. The Hungarian company displayed their new eFusion light sport aircraft at AERO Friedrichshafen expo in Germany.


Karma Automotive Revero, formerly the Fisker Karma, will get BMW components.

Karma Renames Revero Electric Hybrid

The successor for bankrupt Fisker Automotive will reintroduce its luxury electric-hybrid with BMW technology and a new name.

It's a tale of two startups: Fisker and Tesla. The former would succumb to one disaster after another from battery fires to Superstorm Sandy. The latter would become the most recognized and sought-after electric car brand in the world. 400,000 people would put down $1000 deposits for the Tesla Model 3. Fisker would declare bankruptcy, its as...

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Solar Impulse Arrives in California

After two days and nights flying solo across the Pacific Ocean from Hawaii to northern California, for a total of 62 hours and 29 minutes, Bertrand Piccard safely completes Leg 9 of Solar Impulse's 'round-the-world flight powered only by sunlight.

Formula E ePrix Paris, France

April 23, 2016 ePrix takes to the streets of central Paris, France in this nearly five-minute long highlights video.

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Is Our Situation Dire, or is it Over

By John Gilkison

How some Near Tern Human Extinction people are saying there is nothing we can do to fix the predicament we are in so we should stop trying. In this blog I am pointing how from a cost point of view alone we should not abandon the quest to switch to renewable energy, energy efficiency, and reducing our impact on the planet even if it will not make a difference in the end. Besides there is a philosophical component to at least acting like or trying to be a man even in our last hours.

It looks like “Abrupt Climate Change” has started kicking in with a vengeance in the last few years, but especially in 2016. On a television show originally aired in October of 2014 called the Newsroom, which is a dramatization of the news business they portrayed a newscaster interviewing a climate scientist who proclaimed our collective situation ...

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There's more to mobility than making cars

By Ralph Panhuyzen

Since it does make sense to have a vision regarding the use of a particular mode of transportation, in other words to look before you leap (start making vehicles), I decided to post excerpts from 'City Of The Future - Technology & Mobility', which was issued last year by the Center For City Solutions & Applied Research. Much of what is stated is a confirmation of what I have been blogging. The gap between the car industry's 'transportation-as-a-product' business model and transportation-as-a-(community)service will narrow. Reduce footprint will be key.

When adjusted for population growth, VMT (vehicle miles traveled) is down 7.29 percent. We drive significantly less as a nation than we did 10 years ago, and that number is only likely to decline more. As more working adults choose to live in high-density and walkable areas where driving is not a necessity, and more modal options enter the transpor...

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What An EV World Weekend!

By Bill Moore

While a 'gaggle' of open-wheel race cars are careening about the streets of central Paris, a solo pilot soars alone over the Pacific in a four-engined airplane; and what they all have in common is they all are battery-powered.

What an amazing weekend in our emerging EV world. While my wife and I were sprucing up our home with new greenery, some 4,500 miles away, Formula E, the FIA-sanctioned open wheel electric car racing series, took to the streets of Paris, France, testing and pushing the latest in EV propulsion technology.

Eighteen low-slung, all-electric r...

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EVWorld is one of the Internet's longest running web publications devoted to electric vehicle technology. Launched in 1998, historically we have covered a board range of EV types from bikes to buses to boats and beyond. Located in Omaha, Nebraska, we now are focusing our resources on promoting a more active mobility lifestyle through both EVWorld and QUIKBYKE.

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