EV – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Ilija Erceg In today’s day in age, the process for buying cars is a slightly different experience. Now, shoppers have the option of choosing between different variations of EVs, such as those that rely on fuel cells, a hybrid of an electric and gas engine, and a plug-in
Dodge Charger – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by PaulLP Dodge has always been known for its tough, macho, and muscular car image. As that image seems to be stuck in the wrong decade, we have now received some interesting news. American muscle has its sights set on a new endeavor: electrification. The popular automaker and
Photo Source/Copyright: Shutterstock via photographer Phonlamai Photo The better question to ask should be more along the lines of, what are automakers not doing in 2021 to revolutionize the sector? It’s no question that 2020 and some of 2021 brought on some of the hardest months in the modern era—for obvious reasons, of course. But
Photo Source/Copyright: Kia Media It wasn’t long ago that electric vehicles were thought of as being an impossibility. But in 2021, millions of EVs are taking on pavement across the world, with more joining the community every day. Kia Motors is looking to make a major splash in this sector and eventually become a leading
Photo credit: Volkswagen Volkswagen Group has announced plans to bring down the cost of their battery production up to 50% in the coming years. Now the second-largest automaker in the world based on sales, the automaker has aggressively shifted and placed an emphasis on its EV production as of late, and the progress is showing.
Photo credit: Volkswagen The electric vehicle (EV) world can be quite perplexing to understand. In hindsight, who would’ve thought the world would be crawling with battery-powered vehicles in the year 2021? But now that we have breached the surface and potential that electric vehicles can have in our society let’s take an inside look at
Photo Source/Copyright: Volkswagen Batteries have been around for hundreds of years—and humans carry them on their person in a variety of ways, whether they realize it or not. Lithium-ion batteries, in specific, power much of the technology we see and use today, such as in phones, watches, remotes, etc. With science, the use of lithium-ion