The battery is the Achilles' heel of electric cars because it supplies the motor with the necessary energy and determines how long the range is. Various battery technologies have established themselves on the market in recent years and technical development is progressing rapidly.
With the installation of larger batteries in electric cars, many drivers also travel directly on vacation with their emission-free companions. If you want to drive to your holiday destination as stress-free as possible, you should set out with a few important tips. Proper preparation helps against unnecessary stress in the most pleasant time of the year. We at green car magazine inform you about the special features of a vacation trip with the e-car and valuable tips for planning a relaxed trip.
The future market is also being fiercely contested in Europe by suppliers from China. How can the Ora Cat convince?
Since the IAA 2023 in Munich at the latest, there has hardly been a topic that has made traditional German manufacturers sit up and take notice more. The abbreviation BYD for Build your Dreams from the Chinese car manufacturer has become more than just a vision and is pushing into the German automobile market with competitive prices. The founders of the company had a clear idea of how to reduce global warming in 1995 and started producing batteries. These experiences in battery construction from the first few years are now paying off in the long term.
Since being directed by BMW in 2021, the Mini has matured into a sought-after premium vehicle in the compact class. Since the market launch by 2022, the KBA has now reported 762.593 new registrations for Germany alone. Now the Mini is going for the next coup with the next vehicle generation and only produces the Mini Cooper in China. With the new generation, the popular compact car is broader in format and more international in terms of form and design. Continue reading "The new Mini has an international focus
Since the introduction of the Volvo XC40 as a compact SUV in 2017, sales figures in Europe have increased steadily from year to year. The purely electric SUV version combines the zero-emission drive with a sophisticated armada of assistance systems. Volvo wants to continue to set the safety standards in automotive engineering and is therefore upgrading the current cars with driver assistance systems and noticeably increasing occupant protection. In the relatively mild winter, we were able to extensively experience the purely electric and probably future-oriented technology of the Volvo XC40.