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China’s largest electric scooter maker Niu files for $150 million IPO in the US
While electric scooters (Vespa-style, not Razor-style) are not very widespread yet in the US, they are quickly becoming the most common form of transportation in Chinese cities. This is largely due to environmentally sustainable government policies which make gas-powered motorcycles and scooters either illegal or impractically expensive in Chinese cities.
This Japanese tilting electric cargo tricycle is as cute as it is functional
Electric bicycles used to be fairly multi-use vehicles, often designed for roles such as commuting, recreation, and even light cargo duty. But as e-bikes continue to grow in popularity, strong sales are encouraging designers to branch out with ever more specific-use designs that excel at certain tasks.
‘Tesla Killer’ narrative comes back as German automakers launch EV offensive – don’t fall for it
The good old ‘Tesla Killer’ moniker, which the media often apply to virtually any new electric vehicle, is coming back into the spotlight as German automakers are launching a new EV offensive.
Uber predicts it will offer more rides on electric bicycles and scooters than cars
Personal urban transportation, including one-person electric vehicles designed for cities, is a rapidly growing industry.
The First Quieter Megacity, Thanks to Electric Vehicles
On a recent afternoon at a bus stop in the business district of Nanshan in Shenzhen, China, the air was filled with the sound of chirping birds in a nearby park. The street was quiet, with the exception of the occasional diesel truck chugging past—holdouts against a future that glided in with barely a sound: an electric bus.