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The UK is rolling out electric highways that wirelessly charge EVs

The UK is rolling out electric highways that wirelessly charge EVs

Wi-Fi is so 2010. In the not so distant future, wireless charging for electric vehicles may be coming to a highway near you. Highways England, the government company that manages England’s major roads,

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No, Tesla doesn’t lose $4,000 every time they sell a Model S

No, Tesla doesn’t lose $4,000 every time they sell a Model S

Since Tesla's second quarter earnings report, catchy headlines have been popping up saying the company is losing $4,000 for every car sold. That figure has been arrived at by some simple math: Tesla

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Is Tesla planning to compete with Uber using their own self-driving cars?

Is Tesla planning to compete with Uber using their own self-driving cars?

A Tesla earnings call this week has started rumours that Elon Musk is planning a foray into the world of ride-sharing using the company's new self-driving cars. A few weeks ago, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick

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The world’s fastest charging electric bus powers up in 10 seconds flat

The world’s fastest charging electric bus powers up in 10 seconds flat

The world's fastest-charging electric bus, which takes as little as 10 seconds to completely recharge, is now in service in the coastal city of Ningbo, China. The bus, manufactured in Ningbo by China

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This all-electric off-road spider car can drive over just about anything

This all-electric off-road spider car can drive over just about anything

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FbW_kVYcl0 It may not look like your typical off-roading beast, but the ingenious Swincar by French company Mecanroc may be the most incredible ATV ever created. With

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Tesla’s updated Model S autopilot mode will make long road trips even better

Tesla’s updated Model S autopilot mode will make long road trips even better

As if the Tesla Model ‘S’ wasn’t already cool enough with its semiautonomous autopilot mode, now it’s even cooler. The autopilot mode is already equipped, according to Engadget, with ultrasonic

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Chevy Volt battery covers recycled as adorable nesting boxes for endangered birds

Chevy Volt battery covers recycled as adorable nesting boxes for endangered birds

Electric cars may be better for the planet than we thought. In addition to their potential mitigating effect on climate change, their physical components are proving to be excellent homes for wildlife,

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Roger Partners and ASD unveil plans for a new public pier in St. Petersburg, Florida

Roger Partners and ASD unveil plans for a new public pier in St. Petersburg, Florida

New York studio Rogers Partners, landscape architect Ken Smith and local firm ASD were selected to design the new hybrid pier and park that will replace the existing inverted-pyramid structure in St

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A classic Baroque church is reimagined as a glowing Orangery in Denmark

A classic Baroque church is reimagined as a glowing Orangery in Denmark

This translucent pavilion reinterprets a famous Baroque church designed by Francesco Borromini, but is built using steel structure and a plastic envelope. The structure, designed by Danish studio Lenschow

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This expanding ‘origami’ bridge gives victims of natural disasters instant access to supplies

This expanding ‘origami’ bridge gives victims of natural disasters instant access to supplies

Natural disasters are Mother Nature’s way of showing us just how powerful she is and how fragile and unpredictable our lives can be. Survivors of such events find themselves without some of the most

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Chrysler recalls 1.4 million cars after hackers take over a Jeep Cherokee on the highway

Chrysler recalls 1.4 million cars after hackers take over a Jeep Cherokee on the highway

Wouldn’t it be interesting if you were driving down the road and the radio station changed and then started blaring music? Or the vents started blasting the heat? Or, even worse, you started to turn

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Toyota’s zero-emissions fuel cell bus to hit the streets of Tokyo this month

Toyota’s zero-emissions fuel cell bus to hit the streets of Tokyo this month

Toyota's manufactured a zero-emission fuel-cell bus scheduled to be field tested in Tokyo. This public transport vehicle is based on a conventional Hino bus with a standard hybrid system refitted with a

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Tesla’s Model X expected to hit the streets of China by Summer 2016

Tesla’s Model X expected to hit the streets of China by Summer 2016

Word on the street from a China-based Tesla rep is that the upcoming Model X will be available for sale in China as soon as next summer. The all-electric SUV with amazing falcon wings hasn’t even rolled

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Firefighters say drones are getting in the way of battling California’s wildfires

Firefighters say drones are getting in the way of battling California’s wildfires

Wildfires regularly rage in California over the hot and dry summer months, but this year firefighters are finding an additional obstacle- drones. Firefighters have been working overtime to put out what

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U.S. coal production down 40% since 2010 and clean energy is taking over

U.S. coal production down 40% since 2010 and clean energy is taking over

Not only is clean energy on its way in, coal plants are on their way out. This week the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal project celebrated the announcement of the 200th coal plant shutting down since 2010.

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Skoda unveils a seat belt to keep your dog safe on the road

Skoda unveils a seat belt to keep your dog safe on the road

Most of us wouldn't think twice about buckling up ourselves or our kids, but in a survey by AAA, only 16 percent of dog owners were found to use a restraint to keep their pup—and themselves—safe on

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Hankook’s airless car tires should hit the market very, very soon

Hankook’s airless car tires should hit the market very, very soon

We are in the midst of a generational shift in environmentally friendly vehicles with electric cars becoming more of a practical reality each day, yet there are also other innovations being perfected,

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London air pollution responsible for 9,500 deaths each year

London air pollution responsible for 9,500 deaths each year

Just living in London can kill you, apparently, according to a new data presented by King’s College. Almost 9,500 people die each year from long-term exposure to air pollution, more than twice the

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Two electric planes just made history by flying over the English Channel

Two electric planes just made history by flying over the English Channel

The quest for zero-fuel transportation options is a competitive one, with innovators in various countries racing to be the first at any number of landmark achievements. This morning, not one but two

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Smashing car windows to save a dog’s life is now legal in Tennessee

Smashing car windows to save a dog’s life is now legal in Tennessee

Astonishingly, each new summer season brings with it stories of dogs trapped in hot cars by their owners, as well as tales of the heroic passers-by who save them. Luckily for Tennessee residents, they no

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The London Underground completely shuts down for the first time in 13 years

The London Underground completely shuts down for the first time in 13 years

At 18.30 BST on Wednesday, the entire staff of the London Underground went on strike, and thus the city erupted a distinctly organized form of chaos which is expected to last until around 21.30 on

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Local Motors to roll out world’s first production line of 3D-printed cars

Local Motors to roll out world’s first production line of 3D-printed cars

Phoenix-based Local Motors has announced the winner of its most recent design challenge, which will be used as the basis of the company’s upcoming production line of 3D-printed cars. The winning design

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Self-driving electric robocabs could slash greenhouse gas emissions 94%

Self-driving electric robocabs could slash greenhouse gas emissions 94%

Autonomous vehicle research and development is hot, hot, hot. Google’s self-driving cars are on the streets already, Uber is laying the groundwork, and Tesla’s upcoming update for the Model S will

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Google’s RideWith takes on Uber in Israel

Google’s RideWith takes on Uber in Israel

Look out Uber, the mighty Gorg is on your tail. Google is now entering the “hire a ride” business with RideWith, a chance for you to pay to carpool with someone else. Or vice versa. Using their Waze

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Solar-powered Stella Lux family car generates more energy than it uses

Solar-powered Stella Lux family car generates more energy than it uses

Most of the super efficient green cars on the market and in concept aren’t really designed for the lives of regular folks. In fact, some of the vehicles with the highest fuel economy are only made to

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Conqueror makes the ultimate self-sufficient campers for outdoor adventures

Conqueror makes the ultimate self-sufficient campers for outdoor adventures

Traveling cross-country is an adventurer’s dream, but it often means you have to adjust to lower comfort levels. Conqueror Australia is set to bust that myth with a camper trailer that features almost

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Quebec university students design a car that gets an astounding 2,098 mpg

Quebec university students design a car that gets an astounding 2,098 mpg

We love zero fuel vehicles, but the next best thing is a mode of transportation that can take you reeeeeeally far on just a little fuel. Vehicles with that ability compete in the SAE Supermileage

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Nissan’s next-generation Leaf prototype can drive over 310 miles on a single charge

Nissan’s next-generation Leaf prototype can drive over 310 miles on a single charge

Range anxiety continues to be one of the main reasons that electric cars have not taken off as fast as automakers would have liked. Nissan claims that this is one of the main reasons that sales of the

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2016 Toyota Mirai is the only zero-emissions vehicle that can travel 312 miles

2016 Toyota Mirai is the only zero-emissions vehicle that can travel 312 miles

In the market for a zero-emissions vehicle that can travel almost as far as a regular gas-powered vehicle? Up until now, you're only choice has been the Tesla Model S with its 265 mile range, but Toyota

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Tesla’s newest Superchargers are lighter, faster, and cooled by liquid

Tesla’s newest Superchargers are lighter, faster, and cooled by liquid

In the never-ending quest for technological advancement, Tesla has started rolling out the newest version of its Supercharger stations, which have a handful of obvious differences from the previous

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