Author Archives: James Ayre

Spy Pics Of Next-Gen Nissan LEAF?

February 12th, 2017 | by James Ayre

Spy pics of what appears to be a new, redesigned Nissan LEAF recently surfaced, giving us what is presumably our first real look at the next-gen version of the popular all-electric car — the world's top-selling electric car in history, to be precise


Lucid Air Showing Off In The Snow (Video)

February 12th, 2017 | by James Ayre

While the launch (and beginning of production as well) is still quite a long while off, Lucid Motors has now begun advertising its very impressive-looking all-electric sedan, the Lucid Air, in earnest


Watch Self-Driving Chevy Bolt EV Navigate San Francisco (There’s Footage Inside The Car This Time)

February 12th, 2017 | by James Ayre

Following on the release last month of a dash-cam video showing a reportedly self-driving Chevy Bolt EV traveling around San Francisco, Cruise/GM has now released another video. As you may recall, in the comments section of our earlier coverage some people expressed skepticism that the Bolt EV was driving all or most of the time. Presumably, Dan Amman reads CleanTechnica. ;)


Lucid Motors Has Begun Taking Refundable Deposits For Air

February 10th, 2017 | by James Ayre

Lucid Motors has begun taking refundable deposits for its 1000-horsepower, 400-mile all-electric sedan, the Air. While the deposits are reportedly completely refundable, they are still pretty substantial ... so it will be interesting to see how many the firm manages to take (if it ends up publicly revealing these figures)


Lucid Air Promo Video

February 8th, 2017 | by James Ayre

The promo video that Lucid Motors was shooting in San Francisco seems to have been finished. The video is pretty good. ... Here you go


US Startup (Spin) Aims To Bring Kiosk-Free Bike Sharing To San Francisco

February 7th, 2017 | by James Ayre

Kiosk-free bikesharing services have been a thing outside of the US (in China, in particular) for a while now, but they have yet to make any headway here for some reason. A new startup known as Spin is apparently aiming to address this, with the launch of a new bikesharing concept along the lines of the Chinese ones in San Francisco



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