As a couple of major manufacturers get close to the launch of their e-bikes, get ready for more hype, more marketing and more competition in a growing market.
Windsor, Ontario, signs a letter of intent with manufacturer BYD that will apparently make the city the first in North America with an electric bus fleet.
The light turned green and the Rocket was off, its front wheel lifting, the back wheel spinning furiously, and in less than 7 seconds a new record had been set.
The car can generate up to 335 horses, making it capable of hitting the 170 mile per hour mark and going from zero to 60 in a whiplash-inducing 3.2 seconds.
This generation of EVs are either too heavy, too expensive or don’t meet mass-market safety requirements, and a consortium called VisioM wants to change that.
Tuk Tuk Factory unveils an all-electric food cart, the e-Tuk Vendo, and its first customer plans to use it to provide fresh fruit shakes and fruit cups.
Cyclone is attempting to once again raise the profile of steam power by attempting to break the land speed record for a steam-powered car.
The energy that might otherwise be wasted from regenerative braking is now a source of revenues and represents an increase in operational efficiency.
Annual sales of electric two-wheelers will hit 65.5 million in the Asia Pacific region by 2018, with a cumulative total of almost 382 million from 2012 to 2018, according to a new report.
Schnider Electric is looking to become a player in the burgeoning North American EV infrastructure market with the unveiling of its EVlink DC Quick Charger.
Znug Design describes the new zecOO (ZEE-KU) as an “emotional electric low ride motorcycle,” with a range up to 85 miles and a top speed of 75 mph.