When the Dyson company invented its blade-free fan about a decade ago it surely had no way of knowing what kind of inspiration it would provide along with cooling power. With his new electric motorcycle concept industrial designer Saharudin Busri has taken that bladeless approach and turned it on its head with a revolutionary idea. Continue reading THIS INCREDIBLE ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE CONCEPT IS BASED ON DYSON BLADELESS FANS
Tesla is following up a very busy February with an even more hectic March. Elon Musk has announced that his brand will unveil the long-promised Model Y crossover at the LA Design Studio on March 14th. On top of that, you can expect the first “v3.0” Supercharger station to switch on March 6th at 8PM Pacific. Musk didn’t provide more clues beyond that, but you might already have an idea as to what to expect.
Package delivery outfit UPS just announced a partnership with U.K.-based technology company Arrival to develop a “pilot fleet” of 35 electric trucks that look like they’re straight out of a Pixar movie. Continue reading UPS UNVEILS DELIVERY TRUCK OF THE FUTURE, WILL STILL ARRIVE WHEN YOU’RE NOT HOME
Nissan’s current electric car lineup revolves almost exclusively around the Leaf, but it’s ready to diversify its selection. The company’s European design chief Mamoru Aoki has revealed to Autocar that a production version of the IMx concept SUV (above) will arrive sometime in “a few years.” It’s not certain how much the crossover EV would change, but it’s reasonable to presume that Nissan would want to keep the IMx’s performance. The concept promised 435HP and a 380-mile range, giving Tesla’s Model X a run for its money in some cases.
Harley-Davidson sparked (sorry) tremendous interest from motorcyclists when it exhibited its LiveWire electric prototype in 2014, and then went inexplicably silent. Good news, the company now says a production electric model is coming in 2019.
We’ve already noted that Porsche is gunning for Tesla with its Mission Esports car, and has even been spotted testing it against the Model X and Model S. Now we know more about what you’ll be able to buy when it goes on the market, reportedly in 2019. Automobile reports that it will likely release three all-wheel drive versions with 300 kW, 400 kW and 500 kW (402, 536 and 670 horsepower). It’ll have a two-speed transmission and, as we’ve noted earlier, will hit 0 to 60 mph in around 3.5 seconds with a top speed of 155 mph, and go around 300 miles on a charge.