Debuting at the Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition 29, its wall-mounted storage system utilizes a high-voltage EV battery plucked straight from the i3.
Originally published on EV Obsession. Propulsion system specs for the upcoming 2017 Cadillac CT6 plug-in hybrid were recently revealed at the SAE 2016 Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technologies Symposium in Anaheim by GM’s General Director...Show More Summary
I’m on a plane to Barcelona as I write this, headed to my favorite large city for EVS27, the 27th edition of a world-leading electric vehicle symposium, as well as a little bit of free time (I hope). The International Energy Agency (IEA)...Show More Summary
Overhead electric lines that power buses and streetcars are a common sight in California cities and towns, and they could soon be expanding to highways. At the 26th annual Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles last week, Siemens unveiled the “eHighway of the Future,” a system of electric lines that would be used to power specially-designed hybrid [...]
At last week's Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles, a consortium of automakers from the United States and Europe unveiled a speedy new standardized charger for electric vehicles. Under the old system, a full charge would take two...Show More Summary
Los Angeles may be one of the first global cities to adopt a new electric freight trucking system, unveiled by electrical engineering giant Siemens Corp. last week at the 26th Electric Vehicle Symposium, or EVS26.
Ample International has unveiled the Eo, a new small electric vehicle that Ample is calling the “world’s first e-quadricycle.” The Eo was on display at the Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS26) last week in Los Angeles. The vehicle features highly unique styling, but can seat up to three passengers and has an impressive all-electric range of [...]
Back in July 2010, Toyota and Tesla announced development of RAV4 EV. Last week Toyota revealed the highly anticipated all-new RAV4 EV at the 26th annual Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles. This all-electric RAV4 has an expected driving range of approximately 100 miles and charging time of approximately six hours on a 240V/40A charger. [...]
That’s what Susanna Schick (Pinky Racer) postulates over on sister site Gas2. Here’s more from her experiences at EVS26: Los Angeles, Now the ELECTRIC Car Capital of America | EVS26 (via Gas 2.0) The Electric Vehicle Symposium, EVS26, is a conference where electric vehicle makers can meet and exchange knowledge. There are four days of [...] No related posts.
Toyota unveiled the all-electric RAV4, the first all-electric SUV to hit the market, at the Electric Vehicle Symposium 26 in Los Angeles on Monday. The EV is the result of a partnership between Toyota and Tesla Motors, which provided...Show More Summary
Audi, BMW, Chrysler, Daimler, Ford, General Motors, Porsche and Volkswagen have all announced at the Electric Vehicle Symposium 26 that they will agree to support a new single-port fast-charging technology that will recharge vehicle EV batteries in just 15 to 20 minutes. This marks the first step towards harmonising the electric vehicle market, by [...]Show More Summary
Monday saw Toyota reveal the new Toyota RAV4 EV at the 26th annual Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles, an all-electric SUV with an expected driving range rating of approximately 100 miles. The RAV4 EV is expected to go on sale in late summer of 2012 through select dealers in four major Californian metropolitan markets; [...]Show More Summary
Toyota just unveiled the RAV4 EV at the 26th annual Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles. I'm totally torn on it...
Toyota has officially unveiled the second-generation 2012 RAV4 EV at the Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles. Unlike the first RAV4 EV, the second-generation is noteworthy because it gets its powertrain from Tesla Motors. The RAV4 EV represents the first model to come from the recent partnership between Toyota and Tesla and will officially go [...]
It's been two years since we first heard of Toyota's electric vehicle plans and the company's finally ready to talk turkey on pricing. Announced at Los Angeles' Electric Vehicle Symposium yesterday, the "fully equipped" RAV4 EV will arrive before the end of the year for a few hundred shy of 50,000 bucks. Show More Summary
Toyota has revealed the new all-electric Toyota RAV4 EV at the 26th annual Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles, confirming the zero-emissions SUV will be cost US$49,800 ($48,880) “fully-equipped”. Toyota’s all-electric RAV4 EV has a 115kW electric drivetrain powering the … Continue reading ?
The Toyota RAV4 EV broke cover at this year’s Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS26), ushering in the first all-electric production crossover in the U.S. since the automaker’s last RAV4 EV packed up shop in 2003. Partnering with Tesla for design consultation and battery supply, Toyota designed the RAV4 EV to come in one flavor—completely loaded—and start [...]
At EVS26, the Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles this week, Toyota showed off the production version of its RAV4 EV, an electric vehicle built through a partnership with Tesla. Originally posted at The Car Tech blog
Announced almost two years ago, Toyota finally gave us some more details about the was the all-electric RAV4 EV will be sold to the general public during the 26th Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles today. The important number?...Show More Summary
Though just 2,600 RAV4 EVs will be sold over the next three years, the vehicle's unveiling today at the Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles marks an important milestone for the brand: the RAV4 EV's powertrain is designed and delivered by Tesla Motors. The cooperative project is the first vehicle to come from the minor tie-up between the two...