In this blog: If i3 BEV sells more the range is good enough, if REx is in the lead, then people need more.

It's now official – EPA rated the electric BMW i3 at 81 miles of range in the USA. Also there the New Jersey restaurant owner Tom Moloughney is about to get his BMW i3 REx soon after years of participating in the MINI E and BMW ActiveE test programs. Looking forward, Tom says BMW will take into account i3 BEV vs i3 REx sales when deciding on the next generation of battery capacities...

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In this blog: With 47.5 kWh in battery capacity the new BYD-Daimler EV pulls ahead of the competition.

The German-Chinese joint-venture BYD Daimler New Technology Co., Ltd. (BDNT) unvieled its new electric creature under the DENZA brand at Auto China 2014. The "advertized" range of 300 km though sounds a bit too much, as the calculations clearly shows...

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In this blog: EV production news are all around these days and here one more – the new electric Saab 9-3 is now rolling off an assembly line in Sweden.

The new brand owner, NEVS, surprised by stating the resurrected company will only make electric Saabs. It turned out this won't be the case, though, as they're now building 2.0 l turbo 9-3 in China...

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In this blog: First ever BMW C evolution was produced on April 4, 2014 – sales start in the summer.

The BMW Motorrad factory in Berlin-Spandau started production of the new maxi e-scooter which marks the addition of another electric vehicle to BMW's portfolio. Not that we can compare these two, but at the price of a two years old 3-Series car, we wonder how C evolution will perform on the market...

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In this blog: The European Parliament decided EVs must make some noise for pedestrians safety, especially visually impaired people.

It's kind of a follow up to our blog Let's just "stick" some noise into the EVs (back than the EN version of eCars.bg was still to come). The difference is that now MEPs decision says from 2019 on all EVs must emit a noise similar to the one coming from the ICE vehicles...

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