With the having once been promised to splash the market, is the idea behind the Nikola Motors’ Zero UTV sound? The product itself was never able to really get out there from the start-up leaving many feeling burnt out by the idea, but is the idea itself still sound?
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.
Equipped with an electronic precision shift, Michelin self-sealing tires, a 10.2-inch diagonal touch-screen and a rear vision camera, the baseline model is an action-packed EV that comes with a full suite of high-tech safety features. Available in Silver Ice Metallic, Arctic Blue Metallic, Kinetic Blue Metallic, Orange Burst Metallic, Cajun Red Tintcoat, Nightfall Gray Metallic, and Mosaic Black Metallic, drivers can match their personalities accordingly.
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.
Equipped with advanced hydrofoil technology, the Q2 has a turning radius of 23 feet, or7 meters, and can reach speeds up to 24.85 mph, or 40 km/h. The main feature of the Q2 watercraft is its C-shaped hydrofoils. This addition allows users to enjoy an above-the-water flying experience at just over 6.5 knots.
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.
The commute to and from work is evolving and thanks to innovative tech startups like WALNUTT, consumers are beginning to adopt alternative forms of transportation. Introducing SPECTRA – an electric personal vehicle that is described by most at the “Tesla of Skateboards.” Armed with a Posture Control System (3D Step) capable of learning your body’s movements, this state-of-the-art ride is challenging the status-quo of “driving to work.”