Electric Cars

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VW,s I.D.3 is the start of the Volkswagen Group pure electric offensive, with the underpinning set to spawn a variety of models from within the group.  Most recently used in the SEAT El-Born, shown as a potential electric hot hatch. First announced in May 2019 and reserved by over 30,000 pre-bookers across Europe, the ID.3
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By Joey Klender Posted on July 30, 2020 Neuralink’s Elon Musk hinted toward some of the possible developments of the company’s August 28th event, which will give updates on the progress engineers have made toward developing State-of-the-Art neurological technologies. Of these updates, Musk stated that the August 28th event would show a real-time demonstration of
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Polestar has today delivered the first European Polestar 2 customer car at the company’s iconic global headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. The Thunder-coloured fastback is specified with a Charcoal WeaveTech vegan interior. The new owner, Sture Stensson gets a walk through the extensive technology onboard. New owner Sture Stensson commented: “I ordered my Polestar 2 on
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Electric cars as part of the energy transition: Audi is researching bidirectional charging technology Intelligent use of electric cars offers great potential for the energy transition Temporary storage of domestic PV electricity possible thanks to bidirectional charging Cost-optimization and domestic electricity supply provide financial incentives Increasing network stability, lowering electricity costs, and contributing to climate
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Although Amsterdam’s main Pride event is canceled, several virtual Pride events are still planned to take place in the coming weeks so that the LGBTQ community and its allies can celebrate virtually. Considering the challenging times that we live in today, celebrating diversity and establishing dialogues between different groups of people is more important than
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