Electric : Car Reviews And News

Volkswagen e-BULLI Is a Classic VW Bus with an Electric Heart

Volkswagen e-BULLI Is a Classic VW Bus with an Electric Heart
The Volkswagen Type 2 bus is one of the most iconic and collectible vehicles of all time. It was quirky and slow, but incredibly charming, and actually pretty versatile. Now, Volkswagen has transformed one of these classic microvans into a modern electric vehicle. The e-BULLI concept vehicle started out life as a 1966 Type 1 Samba bus, and from the outside, it looks much like it did when it rolled off the assembly line in Hanover, Germany more than 50 years ago.
Check It Out

The Czinger 21C Is a 1250hp, U.S.-built Hybrid Hypercar

The Czinger 21C Is a 1250hp, U.S.-built Hybrid Hypercar
If you look back at the history of high performance sports cars, there are frequently small brands that come along and make a handful of vehicles for extremely wealthy clients, or maybe just a one-off prototype.
Check It Out
Advertisement

1000 Horsepower GMC Hummer EV Teased for Super Bowl Ad

1000 Horsepower GMC Hummer EV Teased for Super Bowl Ad
Yes, General Motors is bringing back the Hummer. But rather than the gas-guzzling beast of yore, the new Hummer won’t use a drop of fossil fuel. Instead, it’s going to be a pure electric vehicle, sold under the GMC brand.
Check It Out

Sony Vision-S Concept Car Makes Surprise Debut at CES

Sony Vision-S Concept Car Makes Surprise Debut at CES
Consumer electronics maker Sony turned up at CES 2020 with something absolutely nobody was expecting – their very own concept car, known as the Sony Vision-S. Sony built the handsome looking prototype vehicle as a testbed and demonstration platform for some of its many different technologies, from camera sensors to entertainment systems.
Check It Out

Watch Rivian’s Electric Pickup Truck Turn Like a Tank

Watch Rivian’s Electric Pickup Truck Turn Like a Tank
EV startup Rivian is readying its first production electric trucks, and they look quite impressive. Its R1T and R1S trucks will be available in a four-motor configuration, which has the potential to provide better traction control and off-road ability than traditional four-wheel drive systems.
Check It Out

Jaguar to Boost I-PACE Range Via Software Update

Jaguar to Boost I-PACE Range Via Software Update
The Jaguar I-PACE is a pretty amazing vehicle, with great driving dynamics, speedy launches, a slick, modern design, and a capacious and luxurious interior. But with any battery-electric vehicle, driving range can always be a source of anxiety.
Check It Out

Lexus UX 300e: Company’s First EV Bound for China, Europe, Japan

Lexus UX 300e: Company’s First EV Bound for China, Europe, Japan
Coming fresh off of the LA Auto Show, much of the talk has been about electrification of vehicles. Just about every automaker showed up with electric drivetrains in some form, whether hybrid, PHEV, or 100% battery-powered.
Check It Out
Advertisement

The 2021 RAV4 Prime Is a 302 Horsepower AWD Plug-in Hybrid That Gets 90 MPGe

The 2021 RAV4 Prime Is a 302 Horsepower AWD Plug-in Hybrid That Gets 90 MPGe
One of the things I love about auto shows is that you never know who will show up with an unexpected announcement. For the 2019 LA Auto Show, Toyota has a surprise up its sleeves with a new RAV4 model that bests all RAV4s before it.
Check It Out

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Specs and Pricing

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Specs and Pricing
After months of hype, Ford has finally pulled back the covers on its pure electric crossover, the 2021 Mustang Mach-E. This EV may borrow its name from Ford’s pony cars, but other than a couple of nods to the Mustang’s design, the Mach-E is truly its own thing – more Jaguar I-Pace than American muscle car.
Check It Out

Mustang Mach-E Is the Name of Ford’s Electric Crossover

Mustang Mach-E Is the Name of Ford’s Electric Crossover
Ford has been teasing its upcoming electric crossover SUV for some time now. As has been mentioned on numerous occasions, the vehicle gets its inspiration from Ford’s pony car, the Mustang. Now, we know it also will share its name, with its official name revealed as “Ford Mustang Mach-E.”
Check It Out

Mustang Lithium Teases Ford’s Electric Future

Mustang Lithium Teases Ford’s Electric Future
Do you like your Mustangs fast? What you’re looking at is a custom-built Mustang with an electric drivetrain that makes more than 900 horsepower and 1000 lb-ft. of torque. Is that enough for you? Built in collaboration between Ford and power and thermal management company Webasto, the electrified pony car looks much like other tricked-out Mustangs, with a lowered stance, 20″ staggered wheels, and carbon fiber body parts.
Check It Out

Omaze Giving Away Electric VW Beetle Convertible

Omaze Giving Away Electric VW Beetle Convertible
Do you love the classic Volkswagen Beetle? While its original internal combustion engine left a whole lot to be desired, the idea of a bug with a torque-y electric motor sounds like it could be lots of fun.
Check It Out

Ford to Reveal Mustang-Inspired Electric SUV on 11/17

Ford to Reveal Mustang-Inspired Electric SUV on 11/17
Ford has been teasing us for quite some time that it was working on a crossover SUV that gets its inspiration from the Mustang. Now we finally know when it will be revealed to the public, with the vehicle breaking cover on November 17.
Check It Out

The MX-30 Is Mazda’s First Production EV, and It Looks Nifty

The MX-30 Is Mazda’s First Production EV, and It Looks Nifty
If there’s one consistent theme here at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, it’s that electrification is a key part of almost every automaker’s go-forward strategy. Among the companies showing off EVs was Mazda, a company who heretofore has stuck strictly with internal combustion engines. The new Mazda MX-30 isn’t just some far-off concept either – it’s an actual vehicle which is headed for production in 2020.
Check It Out

Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept: This is What 2030 Looks Like

Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept: This is What 2030 Looks Like
I’m here at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, meeting with Toyota and Lexus to see what sort of new vehicles they have in the works. A big focus of this year’s show is on the future of mobility, so it’s less about what cars you can buy in 2020, but where technology is headed in the years beyond.
Check It Out
Advertisement

Use Arrow Keys ← → for Faster Navigation | Click to DisableClick to Enable

Home | About | Suggest | Contact | Team | Links | Privacy | Disclosure © 2013-2019 Awesomer Media

Awesome Stuff: The Awesomer | Gadgets, Games + Gizmos: Technabob