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The MINI Electric Concept announced

Ahead of their release of an all-electric series-production model in 2019 Mini have released details of their new MINI Electric Concept. Designed for use in urban areas, this concept car offers a preview into how MINI and the BMW Group think pure-electric day-to-day mobility might look in the not to distant future. The MINI Electric…

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The new sportier BMW i3s announced

Ever since the release of the i3 back in 2014 we been hoping for something a bit sportier from BMW. The i3 has actually always been a really fun car to drive because of its low center of gravity, carbon fiber tub and low curb weight. So what if BMW gave it sportier suspension and…

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Ford plugs in to China’s electric car market

Ford has stepped up its push into electric vehicles by agreeing a joint venture in China, the world’s largest car market. The company has announced a 50-50 partnership with Chinese car company Anhui Zotye Automobile to create a new marque that designs, builds and sells all-electric cars in the country. China is the world’s fastest growing…

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Fisker EMotion to have a 640km range using LG Chem Cells

Henrik Fisker’s ultra luxury, all-electric, fully autonomous EMotion sedan will make its world debut at CES 2018 in January. The Fisker EMotion claims to have a 400mile (640km) range by using energy density battery packs based on LG Chem Cells. Fisker claims this will be superior to existing EV technology in range and charge time…

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World Rally Cross to add electric cars

IMG the promoter of the World Rally Cross events has revealed that it is working with manufacturers and the FIA on plans to introduce electric technology. According to World Rallycross Managing Director Paul Bellamy in an interview with motorsport.com “We’re looking at electric rallycross because it’s what the manufacturers are asking for,” said Bellamy. “They…

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