New Electric Field Device Reduces Car Fuel Consumption by 20%

Professor Rongija Tao, from Temple University, invented a device that, applied to the vehicle's fuel line, near the injectors, creates an electric field that reduces the fuel's viscosity, so that smaller droplets are injected into the engine, leading to better combustion and increased fuel efficiency as much as 20%.
Tesla Motors Stock, Looking Up!

Tesla Motors Stock on the Rise, Could Hit $100 in the Next 18 Months

In the last three months or so, Tesla Motors stock has been on the rise, and for good reason: lots of good news! Tesla Motors...

Uber to Start Paying Its Drivers to Go Electric

Analysts in automotive industry predict that personal car ownership is going to continuously drop in the coming decades as ride-hailing platforms flourish. It is...

Electric Cars Europe (ECE) Officialy Launches The e-C1 Electric Car

e-C1 is the name of the new electric car created by Electric Cars Europe (ECE), being practically a Citroen C1 converted to run on electricity. The E-C1 or "easy one" promises great performance, having an all-electric range of about 120km and a top speed of 115kph.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, Following the Electric Vehicles

Electric Vehicle Charging Industry Rising

Which came first, the chicken or the egg, the electric vehicle or the charging station? In the beginning, gasoline-powered automobiles had to search far and...
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Electric Motorcycles Get Better Range, Power, and Lose Recharging Time

Electric Vehicles are still working on their selling points. They have limited range, averaging less than 100 miles, unless you spring for a...

Owner of Tesla Model S Takes Another Electrical Coast to Coast Trip

Taking electric vehicles on long-distance trips is not something for the faint-hearted. While range anxiety remains a very real obstruction to some, others consider...

BMW And Boeing Sign Deal To Develop And Recycle Carbon Fiber

Carmaker BMW is planning on using carbon fiber for the production of passenger cells for its i8 plug-in hybrid-electric car and i3 electric car,...

Ford Undecided Where to Place Charging Sockets in Future EVs and Plug-In Hybrids

Well... when the only remaining issue before producing electric cars isn't what battery they should use or what the charging technology will be, then for Ford it's where will they put the charging socket to satisfy most of the customers in Europe and the U.S.

New Wireless Power Transmission System for EVs Uses Tires' Steel Wires

When you think of an electric vehicle, batteries are the second thing that comes to mind, since they're so expensive and inefficient these days....