What’s the end-game for VW in this move? The company has a bold plan to offer upwards of 20 electric cars by 2025.
Author: C Smith
It's an evaluation of the plug-in hybrid car's handling prowess ... and the driver's courage.
That's a benchmark time Porsche is reportedly using for its next-generation hypercar.
The company revealed more teaser photos of its forthcoming electric hypercar, including a gorgeous silhouette shot that certainly has our attention.
This fan rendering draws considerable inspiration from the Taycan, Porsche’s forthcoming electric supercar that’s due for the 2020 model year.
What’s up with this camo-wrapped model wearing heavy coverings on the front end? Actually, we should draw your attention to the back.
Aside from the bonkers factor of racing an Audi in reverse against a 700 hp Porsche, you have to see this video simply for the gamut of legitimate fear.
On paper, all three cars have virtually identical times to 100 km/h (62 mph) but as everyone knows, bench racing doesn’t automatically transfer to real life.
Rather than shutting passengers around town, the automaker envisions the 360c as an alternative to air travel. Seriously? Yeah, seriously.
The design language is that of clear, concise lines and confident proportion that will figuratively and literally drive the shape and style of future cars.
And yes, that includes both hybrid and fully electric vehicles – areas where Bentley is definitely looking to expand.
Can't be played while in motion though, but we're sure someone will figure out an Autopilot hack to allow moving game play.
VW has released footage of its record-breaking run – the one heard around the world from the company’s purpose-built I.D. R EV that not only took the...
Specifically, Shufu wanted electric car tech from BMW and in return promised the Germans clear access into the Chinese auto marke
It’s the company’s first full-on battery-electric vehicle, and though details on the power are not available, it’s said to have multiple electric motors.