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Meguru electric car made out of bamboo

05/21/2010, We’ve seen notebooks made out of bamboo (its chassis anyways) in the past, but here’s something new – an electric car which uses panda food as its choice material. We’re talking about the Meguru electric car, which looks like a...

Zero Taxis to hit Tokyo this Thursday

03/29/2010, Zero-taku (also known as Zero-taxis for those who speak English), cabs which produce no carbon emissions because it is electric-driven, will start entering service at JR Tokyo Station’s Marunouchi South exit after an inauguration ceremony this...

DOK-ING XD electric car

03/17/2010, They say never to judge a book by its cover, and we guess that the same can be said of the DOK-ING XD electric car – after all, it does looks rather diminutive in nature, but this made in Croatia set of wheels is capable of accelerating from a...

Trexa Allows You To Build Your Own Electric Car

01/31/2010, Are you unhappy with the current design of the electric cars on the market? If you are, you’ll just have to wait until the Trexa modular vehicle platform becomes available, and you’ll be able to come up with something that’s really...

EV Mini Sport Is Powered By Electricity

01/26/2010, Japan’s Tajima Motor Corp has unveiled its latest electric vehicle, the EV Mini Sport. It might look like a mini Formula One car, but its top speed of 43 miles per hour ensures that you won’t be winning any races with it anytime soon. Of...

Electric car from Formula One designer

11/05/2009, Gordon Murray, an ex-McLaren Formula One designer has come up with a trio of prototypes of his T.27 electric car that will cater for city or town use. Interestingly enough, the T.25 (its predecessor) tips the scales at a mere 600kg, which is half the...

Electric car could take 10 minutes to juice up

08/06/2009, At least that’s the lofty standards that the MIT Electric Vehicle Team (EVT) has set for themselves. After all, they figured out that the main obstacle when it comes to using an electric vehicle would be its recharge times, and they are currently...