When superior performance and safety comes standard in one of the most technologically-advanced electric cars imaginable you’ve got yourself a Tesla. Capable of 0-60 mph in an impressive 2.5-seconds and depending upon the package, the Model S ranges anywhere between 490 to 500 miles on a fully charged battery. On the conservative side of things, that means your Model S can travel from Boston to New York without needing to recharge.
The era of electric bikes is in full swing. Technology has enabled people to transform a traditional pedal bike into an electric-powered machine. During this time of advancement, the GeoOrbital Wheel has thrown its hat in the ring by being a replacement for a standard bicycle wheel.
Introducing Tesla’s Model X – the all-wheel drive electric SUV. Capable of 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds and armed with a 100 kWh battery providing 333 miles of range, this impressive SUV will be turning some heads as it self-drives past all of us on the freeway.
Codenamed Project Neptune, Aston Martin is expanding its luxury line beyond high-performance sports cars and electric vehicles. The innovative automaker is collaborating with Triton Submarine, LLC to launch its first ever submersible vessel. As one would expect from Aston Martin, the three-person 1650/3 LP yellow pre-production model has been upgraded to a super-sleek, silver-bodied, aerodynamic water vessel capable of high speeds across the water’s surface and on land.
BMW has done what no other car manufacturer has been able to do: engineer a wireless charging station for one of its electric vehicles. Designed for its BMW 5 Series iPerformance EV, the oversized charging pad connects to a 220-volt outlet and is capable of charging the 530e hybrid in 3.5 hours without a cable. This is the true definition of disruptive technology.