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Land Rover Electric Defender Begins Real World Trials At Eden Project

August 5th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

The Land Rover name has garnered a reputation for rugged reliability, and many an eyebrow was raised when a Land Rover Electric Defender was unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show. To show these EV Rovers are just as hearty as the conventional models, an Electric Defender has been sent to the Eden Project for some real-world testing. So far, so good!


Geneva 2013: Kia Provo Hybrid Is A Sporty Application Of Fuel-Saving Technology

March 5th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

Remember when Kia sucked? It wasn’t so long ago that the Korean car maker was synonymous with cheap, unimpressive cars. These days though, Kia is riding a wave of enthusiasm for their distinct and well-made products, and this has given the brand the confidence to stick its neck out with some eye-catching concepts. The Kia Provo Hybrid could point the way towards a sporty application of fuel-saving technology in Kia’s first sports car


Sbarro Réact' E.V. Is Actually A Plug-In Hybrid

February 28th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

When we hear the name Sbarro, we automatically think about those pizza places in the mall that sell huge slices of stuffed pizzas. But the Espera Sbarro Montbéliard School of Design is actually a well-regarded car studio, and their latest concept, the Réact' E.V., is actually a sporty plug-in hybrid that we’d love to see brought to life


Toyota i-Road Concept A Low-Cost Answer For EVs

February 4th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

On paper, electric cars sound like a great solution to humanity’s mobility woes. But their high cost means that most people these days just can’t afford to own an EV. Toyota’s solution is a new concept called the i-Road, which promises to offer emissions free, low-cost transportation for up to two people.


Rinspeed “MicroMax” EV Is Small But Tall

December 11th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

Electric vehicles allow car designers a lot more freedom when it comes to far-out concepts. Switzerland’s Rinspeed is no stranger to weird and wacky car designs, and their latest concept is the most bizzare yet. The Rinspeed “MicroMax” EV will debut at the Geneva Auto Show in 2013, and its unique design will make the most use of the limited on-board space



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