50 kWh Bosch EV Battery will Soon Weigh Just 190 Kilograms

German company Bosch's current goal is to create a 50 kWh battery that weighs only 190 kilograms. Based on recent comments by a company...

Why Hydrogen Cars are Less Efficient Than Electrics

The efficiency of hydrogen cars versus battery electrics has been debated for a long time in the past decade. However, despite of all that...

Build a Can Stirling Engine in 10 Easy Steps

Can stirling engines have fascinated me and not once was there will to put them into action, but no time. Here's how you can build a...

ORBIS Ring Drive: The wheel has been discovered, again

What if I told that an Electric Hybrid Honda Civic has more horse power than a Ford Mustang GT? The Orbis Ring-Wheel technology improves...
Daihatsu Mira e:S, Most Fuel-Efficient Conventional Vehicle?

Daihatsu Mira e:S, the Most Fuel-Efficient Gas Vehicle

The Daihatsu Mira e:S was rated at 30km/ℓ on the JC08 fuel consumption test. It weighs 1,700lb and is powered by a 660cc i3...

AIRPod – Zero-Emission Compressed Air Car, On Sale This Year

AIRpod, the small and compact vehicle that runs entirely on cheap compressed air, hits the market by the end of 2015. The ever-so-anticipated moment when...
Velogical Engineering VELO Speeder, Lightest Electric Bike Conversion

Electric Bike Conversion Kit is Lightest Ever

When considering an electric bike conversion kit, there are a few paths you can take, both of which help solve the transportation problems city-dwellers...

Electric Vehicle Battery Prices Forced Down by VW

Demand and deployment for electric vehicles remains low, but automakers tend to agree that the technology could be the biggest shift in automotive technology...

Veemo, Electric Velomobile that Makes You Pedal

Veemo is a smart, pedal-electric powered alternative to both electric bicycles and electric cars. If you choose to go electric the market offers you quite...

Almost-Overunity Motor Generator Recovers Back EMF

Every electric motor has a force that opposes the propelling electromagnetic field inside it, called "Back EMF". Thane Heins succeeded to recover this back-EMF and, instead of letting it cause resistance, he transformed it into useful power. This claim has brought him opposition for many years from the scientific community, because it seems to violate Lenz's law.