Jeep is once again hosting cool concepts at Moab for its annual Easter Safari, and one in particular is bringing the electrical heat. Based on the two-door 2020 Wrangler Rubicon, the Jeep Magneto could be Fiat-Chrysler’s (now part of Stellantis) more affordable off-roading alternative to GM’s Hummer EV.
In case you were still thinking electric vehicles still amounted to a niche market, Visual Capitalist has news: At $183 billion, Elon Musk‘s Tesla, Inc. is the most valuable car company in the world, topping $176 billion Toyota (no. 2) and third-place Volkswagen, valued at $84 billion. Continue reading TESLA IS OFFICIALLY THE WORLD’S MOST VALUABLE CAR COMPANY
Curtiss Motorcycle Co. just one-upped the strikingly skeletal Zeus e-bike unveiled days ago with a pistol-shaped model that’s truly hellacious. Continue reading PISTOL-INSPIRED CURTISS ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE PACKS A BULLET-SHAPED BATTERY
Curtiss Motorcycles, the company formerly known as Confederate, delivered a first look the world’s first “E-Twin” electric motorcycle last year. Continue reading THIS JET BLACK ELECTRIC BOBBER BIKE DOES 0-60 MPH IN JUST 2 SECONDS
Croation electric supercar maker Rimac Automobili has earned a reputation for the astounding performance of its all-electric supercars, at least, when those cars aren’t being crashed by Grand Tour presenters after the finish line of a hillclimb race. Continue reading THIS 1,914-HP ELECTRIC HYPERCAR FROM RIMAC GOES FROM 0-60 IN AN UNHOLY 1.85 SECONDS
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.
So much about Henrik Fisker’s EMotion concept unveiled at CES this year is both exciting and, for now at least, almost completely untested. Those eye-catching butterfly doors, for example? Fisker still has to figure out how to produce them at scale. He still, also, needs to get a factory. And then there’s the battery, a version of which Fisker says will ultimately have a range of 500 miles or more, though we might not see that one for years.