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The electric car enthusiast, are they different?
We all know the classic car enthusiast. Loves his/her vehicles, goes to car meets, spends most of the day on forums looking up trivial data on their vehicle and their next vehicle, wears all sorts of car branded clothing, does … Continue reading
Posted in Auto Industry Tagged bmw i3, branchez-vous, canada, chevrolet, circuit gilles villeneuve, electric car, eurokracy, geebee, guinness world record, kia soul ev, montreal, nissan leaf, quebec, renault twizy, tesla, volt 1 Comment
Living with an electric car for 5 days
So the electric car. Nothing new there you’ll tell me, and you’d be right. In fact, in the 1900s, they were more popular than petrol-powered cars. Then suddenly they disappeared, only to reappear almost a century later and try to … Continue reading
Posted in Philosophy of driving Tagged autolib, bluecar, bmw, c2mtl, driving, eeko, electric car, feng shui, i3, tesla, traffic 4 Comments
An electric future from the other side?
Let me put things straight: I am not a fan of electric cars. I think they are unemotional and too restrictive to bring the freedom and lifestyle a car normally brings. But let’s put aside my difference. I will try … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged corvette, electric car, fisker, g-wizz, india, leaf, mahindra, mercedes-benz, nissan, reva, tesla, tweezy, volt 2 Comments