Last year we presented the Toyota I-Road as the electric car capable of climbing stairs, presented for the first time to the public at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, today the Toyota I-Road is also a reality in Europe. After the preliminary tests conducted by the Japanese manufacturer in Toyota City and Tokyo, the I-Road electric car is very popular on French roads and could soon arrive in Italy as well, a courageous entrepreneur with an eye to the future would be enough.
Aircraft biofuels are spreading "like wildfire-bio". The first jet aircraft that took off thanks to biofuels was the Aero L-39 Albatros, a military aircraft that did not need to undergo any modification to the mechanical components, it was the distant 2007. Even in the civil sector i Aircraft biofuels are nothing new.
The C Evolution electric scooter can be purchased from May 2nd at BMW Motorrad dealers and promises a lively and fun ride with the added value of zero emissions. C Evolution Price and incentives According to what is written in the official press release of the Bmw Group Italia, in our country, the purchase of the C Evolution electric scooter will benefit from the incentives provided for by the Ministerial Decree of 3 April 2014, which provides for a contribution equal to 20 percent of the purchase price of the vehicle, net of taxes.
Revolton handcrafted bicycles are one of the 100 Made in Italy excellences, from design to cover all stages of development and production in our territory, even the components are Italian.When we talk about handcrafted bikes we usually think of models in wood, while the Revolton ones start from a steel frame, in which joints and pipes are joined with the brass alloy braze welding technique, performed manually.
Electric buses are also starting to spread in Krakow. The test of the Solari Urbino Electric has been launched since April and will serve on the streets of Krakow for 12 months, helping to assess the feasibility of a network based exclusively on electric buses.The Solaris Urbino Electric electric bus is equipped with a battery of 210 kWh which is charged during the night, when the electric bus is parked in the depot.
Car bike to move around the city. Cars and bicycles are complementary means of transport because the car can carry a bike with which to reach places that cannot be reached by car. With the car + bike combination, mobility in the city has no limits, or almost.What citizens and tourists think of car bike we will know in a little while, when we will know the results of the collaboration that car2go and Tern first launched at Milan and Rome: discounts on car sharing for Tern bike owners and discounts on Tern hi-tech folding bikes for members of the car2go system.
Antonello Perricone president of Nuovo Trasporti Viaggiatori (on the left) and Gianni Martino, country manager of car2goTreno plus car sharing is the novelty after the train plus bike, which still remains, in the panorama of sustainable urban mobility. If the train is low-impact, car sharing goes without saying. Get together why not?
Electric motorcycles, also called electric bikes, have created a dipole among lovers of off road and freestyle evolutions: on the one hand there are those who appreciate the handling and readiness of electric traction, and on the other hand there are those who finds electric motorcycles lacking in character and unreliable. The KTM electric motorcycle is trying to unite the two groups of audience and on the web there are videos, road tests and sensational photos.
What will the means of transport of the future be like? Certainly a large chunk of international mobility will abandon fossil fuels to embrace electric powertrains, air transport will see more efficient engines capable of optimizing biofuel yields while urban mobility will count on new forms for more compact and intelligent vehicles.
Above all, the lack of a capillary network of recharging infrastructures is slowing down the spread of electric cars, but things are slowly changing; according to the national plan of the development decree, by 2020, 130,000 public charging points for electric cars will have to be operational in Italy.
Charging electric vehicles is one of the weak points of e-mobility. While waiting to see an electricity distributor on every street corner, as there are petrol and diesel and a little less than LPG and methane, those who own an electric vehicle (car, scooter or pedal assisted bike) must put in I count the commitment of home recharging of batteries.
Which are the cities with the highest number of charging stations for electric cars? Charging points are a key factor for the circulation of electric vehicles and while Minister Clini is aiming for a spread of electric mobility equal to 10, companies and groups are trying to do something concrete to ensure the presence of charging columns in the whole Italian peninsula.
Estonia is the first country in the world to have installed a national system of fast charging stations for electric vehicles. The system was installed in order to accelerate the process of spreading electric cars in the country. Estonia aims to reduce CO2 emissions by working on the country's transport network.
There is no shortage of electrical sources on the streets of the city: just look at the street light poles and electrical panels… So why not use these resources to recharge the EVs everywhere? Thinking about it was a Berlin company that thus proposed the portable electric column "Ubitricity". According to market statistics, the electric car sector is gaining momentum and the proposals are becoming increasingly accessible to the public: the costs of electric cars only dropped by 20.
The installation in public space of new charging stations for electric vehicles, which increasingly facilitate the urban use of vehicles of this type, is one of the objectives of the Municipality of Milan for the coming months. This was stated by the Councilor for Mobility and Environment Pierfrancesco Maran, during his participation in the presentation of Elettrocity, the four days dedicated to electric mobility that takes place from 13 to 16 September.
If the European Union wants to achieve its objectives of reducing harmful emissions, it must commit more in the transport sector by promoting electric mobility. According to the latest study drawn up by Ricardo-AEA, the result is clear: if Europe wants to cut its CO2 emissions by 2025, it will have to commit to bringing more electric and hybrid cars to the roads.
With January, 6,500 euros of eco-incentives arrive on the purchase of every electric car, but the Italians, where should they fill up? Estimates predict a total of 3.8 million electric cars that will circulate on our country's roads within the next eight years. The eco-incentives are there, the car manufacturers are ready to supply the boot dealers, but how are we positioned for the recharging points?
When will electric vehicles begin to spread in Italy? Estimates predict a total of 3.8 million electric cars that will circulate on the roads of our country within the next eight years. The forecasts are from the Politecnico di Milano and see electric cars winning a large slice of the Italian automotive market.
Renault's Twizy Electric Quadricycle An electric quadricycle is a four-wheeled vehicle powered by an engine that is electrically powered by an onboard battery. But what is a quadricycle 'technically'? With this term the highway code (Article 47) means a four-wheeled vehicle 'with characteristics similar to a moped'.
We have already told you about the Nissan e-NV200, the electric van that is suitable for three: van, taxi and car. The Nissan e-NV200 can be purchased with the battery or with the rental formula. The price of the new electric commercial vehicle amounts to € 16,480, net of state incentives for low-emission vehicles.
Tender Project: electric quadricycle that can be driven standing up, designed for indoor use The electric vehicles of tomorrow are designed for pervasive mobility, from private users to public service, and to be sustainable vehicles from all points of view, not only the environmental one is the case of Progetto Halfa, an electric quadricycle that can be driven by disabled people in a wheelchair.