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NASA at the forefront of electric airplane development
Aircraft are responsible for a substantial amount of air pollution, but building an electric airplane presents several physical and institutional problems that automobile designers don’t have to worry about. NASA has been working on electric planes, and grappling with these problems, for at least a decade, and has begun to demonstrate some progress.
10 reasons the 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 is irresistible
Ever since the introduction of the Hyundai 45 Concept in 2019, we’ve known that Hyundai’s first dedicated electric vehicle would be something special.
First Drive: 2021 Volkswagen ID.4
The ID.4 is just the first salvo in what is to be a veritable tidal wave of EVs we should expect from the Volkswagen Group over the next five years. Yes, I know VW produced a piece-of-you-know-what called the e-Golf and, oh sure, Porsche’s monstrously powerful Taycan is already terrorizing Teslas and Audi has a spate of e-Trons on the road.
Ministry of Interior Affairs: 2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge
If there’s anyone out there looking for the automotive fountain of youth, consider asking Volvo’s design department where they found it.
Lamborghini EV Could Be Two-Door GT Riding On Audi/Porsche Platform
A few days ago, Lamborghini announced its plans to cut its model range CO2 emissions by 50 percent by early 2025. Initially, the Italian company will launch a hybrid version of all three models it currently sells, the Huracan, Aventador, and Urus. Shortly after that, at some point during the second half of the decade, the first-ever all-electric Lambo will debut.