World’s First! Electric Touring Bike Revealed

With a 235 mile range, 7 min. battery swap, and a 0-60 time of just 5 seconds, the Eindhoven STORM Pulse is the world’s first great electric touring bike!

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In This Corner: the Stanford University Luminos Solar Racer

Stanford University unveiled its wing-shaped, 55 mph World Solar Challenge racer recently, fixing its sights squarely on the Eindhoven University’s four-passenger Stella and Cambridge University’s Resolution solar racers. “This year’s aim is to ‘break even’ on energy,” says Stanford team member Matthew Matera.

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Sunswift Eve Aims To Be A Mass Market Solar Cars

The Sunswift Eve is the latest solar car effort from the University of New South Wales, taking years of solar racing experience and loading it into a car designed for the mainstream.

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The Trouble With Fuel Cells (and Some New Solutions)

Hydrogen fuel cells have quite a bit of potential as an alternative fuel source for quite a number of vehicles

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TUM's Budget-chic MUTE EV Actually Made it to Frankfurt!

Electric cars: fast, far, cheap. Choose any two.

That was a common bromide among electric vehicle engineers for years. Granted, back in the EV1 days when we playing with electric Consuliers it seemed right … but was it necessarily right?

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