Tag Archives: Private transport

10Jul/17

Tesla to build world’s largest lithium ion battery in South Australia

Tesla signed an agreement with the state government of South Australia, promising to build the world’s largest lithium ion battery in just 100 days, or it is free of charge. Continue reading

08Jan/17

New Bentley Continental Supersports The World’s Fastest Luxury Four-Seat Car

A top speed of 209 mph (336 km/h) and a 0-60 mph time of 3.4 seconds (0-100 km/h in 3.5 seconds) make the new Continental Supersports the world’s fastest and most powerful luxury four-seat car.
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09May/15

Rolls-Royce Fashion Debut

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Rolls-Royce today unveiled its latest expression of innovative design and cool modern luxury with Wraith ‘Inspired by Fashion’. The stunning new vehicle sports numerous techniques and features never-before-seen on a Rolls-Royce Motor Car including materials, colours and textures created by the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Design Team.

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01May/15

Tesla unveils batteries for homes

(Reuters Business Report) – Tesla Motors is driving beyond electric cars and into your home. It unveiled new batteries that’ll store solar energy. CEO Elon Musk says homeowners can use them as backup power or go totally off the grid.
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30Apr/15

Lexus’ shock therapy sees ‘ugly’ sell

(REUTERS) – Ugly grills? Ever since they came to the market, these ‘Predator’ faces on the Lexus have turned heads.

And that’s the design shock therapy Toyota Motors’ global design chief, Tokuo Fukuichi, is aiming for.
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05Apr/15

Mercedes-Benz C-Class named 2015 World Car of the Year

Mercedes-Benz wins World Car of the Year with its C-Class. Mercedes-Benz also wins World Luxury Car with its S-Class Coupe and World Performance Car with its AMG GT.
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01Apr/15

Internet giants drive into the electric vehicle space

(BVO) – Pull over, auto giants – tech companies are moving into the fast lane.

With Internet-enabled electric vehicles making inroads worldwide, Chinese Internet players Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent have each announced plans to develop their own smart EVs.
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