Daily Archives: January 15, 2018

Ford Teases Electric SUV, With Emphasis on the Sports

By Evan Williams Ford is teasing a performance electric SUV with a classic name. The night before the start of the 2018 Detroit Auto Show, Ford unveiled the new Ranger pickup, a faster Edge crossover, and another special Mustang. But then they teased something completely unexpected. The clip starts with a street sign for Corktown….

Robotic luggage on the horizon

Travelmate is the first true fully autonomous suitcase. It works seamlessly in crowds and doesn’t require any extra peripherals. Travelmate integrates with your smartphone to accomplish complex tasks that no other suitcase can do. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

GM to make autonomous car without steering wheel or pedals in 2019

General Motors filed a Safety Petition with the Department of Transportation for its fourth-generation self-driving Cruise AV, the first production-ready vehicle built from the start to operate safely on its own, with no driver, steering wheel, pedals or manual controls. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

Our New Report: The State of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure, And The Landscape Looking Forward

By Kyle Field We have just published our first report solely focused on electric vehicle charging. It’s a deep dive into residential EV charging stations, public EV charging stations, multi-family building and commercial EV charging stations, EV service equipment innovations, EV charging business models, and electric vehicle adoption trends. Below is the report introduction Read…

Blockchain For The Grid: Major Blockchain Technologies

By Michael Barnard It’s safe to say that cleantech is going to involve blockchain and similar distributed ledger approaches. And it’s also safe to say that each of the technologies and approaches represented here have better and worse uses. If someone tells you that the answer is only one of these, then you can be…

Toyota Prius Liftback Has Worst Sales Year Since 2004

By Jeff Cobb The Toyota Prius, a once in-vogue name synonymous with the term “hybrid” and an eco-ride of choice to celebrity events last decade has had its worst sales year since 2004. Now in its 18th year since a 2000 U.S. launch, the current fourth-generation Prius Liftback is the best example of the car…

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