Electric Vehicle

  • Charge Electric Ford Mustang

    Charge Electric Ford Mustang

    British car shop Charge has unveiled a limited edition electric conversion of 1960’s Fastback and Convertible Ford Mustangs. These officially licensed bodies are equipped with 536hp electric motors and have a 64kWh total battery capacity, giving them a top speed of 149mph and a 200-mi range. Limited to 499 units.

     
  • Audi E-Tron GT Concept

    Audi E-Tron GT Concept

    An electric car that will have even petrol heads’ mouths watering. Recently debuted at the L.A. Auto Show, the Audi E-Tron GT Concept sports stunning curves and 590hp motor that will get you to 62mph in 3.5 seconds with a range of 250 miles. Best of all, the German giants say it’s nearly production ready.

     
  • Arcimoto SRK

    Arcimoto SRK

    Urban exploring doesn’t come much more joyous than in the Arcimoto FUV (Fun Utility Vehicle), an electric utility vehicle with a range of up to 130 miles and a top speed of 80mph, the first 60 of which can be reached in an impressive 7.5 seconds. With space for two, it merges the freedom of a motorbike with the fun of a beach buggy and is our favorite ride of the month (at least).

     
  • 2019 BMW I8 Roadster

    2019 BMW I8 Roadster

    We’re big fans of the latest hybrid offering from the boys at Beemer, the 2019 BMNW i8 Roadster. Breaking new ground under the hood and around it, the 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine is paired with an improved electric motor that raises the overall horsepower to 369, while some of its components comprise 3D-printed aluminum. And this one comes with a droptop.

     
  • Tesla Roadster

    Tesla Roadster

    The incredibly beautiful Telsa Roadster, the company’s second-generation model, is also incredibly quick. Not just quick, in fact, but the quickest production car ever made, reaching 60mph in a blink-like 1.9 seconds, and 100mph in a couple of blinks more (4.2 seconds). Oh yeah, and it’s electric. Expect to see them rolling off the lines in 2020. You’d better get reserving one of these bad boys, they’ll be bought up in a blink, too.

     
  • Jaguar E-Type Zero

    Jaguar E-Type Zero

    If there was a classier sports car ever invented than the E-Type Jaguar, then we’re yet to see it. Well, maybe until now. Putting a whole new twist on the “E” in the title, the Jaguar E-Type Zero sees the iconic 1960s automobile reinvented with a fully electric powertrain. Which this (conceptual) space.

     
  • Bollinger B1

    Bollinger B1

    Built like a boxed beast with an acceleration to match, the Bollinger B1 explodes off-the-blocks to reach 60mph in an astonishing 4.5 seconds, with 360hp and 472lb-ft of torque. Practical to boot, you’ll fit everything from skis to 2×4 planks inside, and oh, by the way, it’s all-electric with a range of up to 200 miles. It’s our new favorite man-vehicle.

     
  • Nimbus E-Car

    Nimbus E-Car

    Anything but ordinary, the Nimbus E-Car is made for short distances and long trips on varied terrain. Running on an energy-efficient hybrid engine, it has a 130Kw electrical engine lithium-ion battery, which works simultaneously with a micro combustion generator that is constantly recharging the batteries. Plus, with part of its careen covered in solar panels, the Nimbus even generates some of its own energy. Built tough with lightweight materials, including carbon fiber, titanium, and aluminum, it safely seats five passengers …cotinue reading

     
  • Fisker EMotion EV

    Fisker EMotion EV

    Founder and CEO Henrik Fisker created the Fisker EMotion EV because he believes the world needs more beautiful electric vehicles. Boy did he deliver. With sleek lines, that rival some the world’s most famous sports cars, the Fisker EMotion has a 400+ mile range, all wheel drive, a fully connected data network, and a mere nine minute charging for up to 125 miles. Combine your love for the environment with your love for an awe-inspiring looker.

     
  • Faraday Future FF91

    Faraday Future FF91

    An all-electric luxury SUV that has been causing quite a stir in the automobile world and beyond, the fabulous Faraday Future FF91 sports a 130kWh battery pack and high end features such as a retractable lidar sensor, and touch-sensitive screens throughout the vehicle. Price is yet to be announced, but expect a whistle to escape your lips when you eventually hear it.