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.
Electric motors are coming whether we want them or not. So let’s not pout, but instead celebrate the ways in which electric vehicles actually outperform their conventional internal combustion engine-driven counterparts Continue reading Here Are Five Major Performance Benefits Of An Electric Car