Electric Car

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Recharging an electric car in the garage: everything you need to know at a technical, legal and price level

The socialization of plug-in electric and hybrid cars is slowly catching on. Increasingly, zero-emission vehicles are spreading with greater acceptance among drivers, arouse more interest and have a greater infrastructure, although in this regard there is still a long way to go. If you are one of those drivers who are considering buying an electric car there will be an…

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Mercedes-Benz 190 E Elektro at the 1991 Geneva Motor Show

Mercedes-Benz 190 E Elektro: experimented with the bases of their future electric cars

The boom in electric mobility is recent. Years have passed since the manufacturers showed us their first prototypes to finally commercialize the electric cars massively that lay the foundations of what the mobility of the future will be like, but all of them (or almost all) have flirted with alternative mobility during the last decades. The Mercedes-Benz 190 E Elektro…

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In Europe, only 47 cruises emit more sulfur oxides than 260 million cars, according to Transport & Environment The European Commission is one step away from denouncing Spain for violating pollution limits.

BMW and Toyota: the rise of the electric car to bet heavily on the hydrogen car

It seems clear that all manufacturers are already committed to an electrified future, in the sense of a battery- powered electric car. Some have started soon and others join the party somewhat later. At the same time, interest in hydrogen seems to have disappeared. Volkswagen, for example, which neglects hydrogen for fear of being the new Nokia. However, some manufacturers…

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Electric Cars sales in Europe and a new investments

Electric Vehicle Technology: Drive types in electric cars

Using externally excited synchronous motors in electric cars, such as ZF had already presented in a prototype in 2012, could play a certain role in the future, especially by renouncing the controversial rare earths. In the case of permanent-excited electro-motors, this is achieved by means of strong magnets, for which the neodymium, which belongs to the rare earths, is required. Since…

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