More EV news for you EV lovers:
This sweet electric scooter has a vintage look and a portable battery. (EV Obsession)
WiTriCity’s inductive wireless charging tech may be gaining momentum. Or maybe not… (EV Obsession)
BMW i3 sales have jumped considerably in the vehicle’s 4th month on the US market, approximately tripling its monthly sales in the first three month. I ponder why. (EV Obsession)
Elon Musk is telling people to cool it when it comes to investing in Tesla stock (TSLA). TeslaMondo says: don’t even think about it (paraphrased). (TeslaMondo)
China is on an EV run. Word on the street now is that the country may soon implement a new gas tax, the proceeds of which will go to support electric vehicles. (GAS2)
Oy, the press… TeslaMondo takes it upon himself to answer some questions raised in major media articles about Tesla’s coming Gigafactory. (TeslaMondo)
Another day, another EV record set. This time, it’s a 270 MPH record set by the Venturi Buckeye Bullet. (GAS2)
Norway may finally cut back its EV incentives. Or maybe not… (GAS2)
Jaguar Land Rover talks electric vehicles and hybrids. (GAS2)
Hybrid + electric vehicle sales are flat this year, or even a bit below what they were in 2013. Of course, plug-in car sales are up 33%, so it’s really the hybrids that have been falling. (GM-Volt Forum | LA Times)
The French telecommunications company Orange (which I use for my phone here in Poland) has teamed up with Renault-Nissan and is getting 200 electric cars added to its fleet. (EV Obsession)
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