Elektromobilita

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Elektromobilita

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Odborník má jasno: Budoucností jsou elektromobily a auta na vodík

O budoucnosti elektřiny a dalších alternativních paliv pro automobily si Seznam povídal s výkonným viceprezidentem globálního provozu čerpacích stanic Shell Istvánem Kapitánym.

Ačkoli na českých silnicích se elektromobily v dnešní době objevují zatím jen minimálně, téma elektromobility v české společnosti silně rezonuje.

Dokážete si představit, že by byly benzin a nafta kompletně nahrazeny například elektřinou a vodíkem? Pokud ano, za jak dlouho se to může stát?

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Electrek

Electrek

First Ride: Lightyear One solar car gets 450 miles on 60kWh, even when sun isn’t shining

After a long day of endless walking at CES, Electrek was invited out after hours for a closer look at the Lightyear One. We were met by the design and engineering team, who were very capable and forthright with their car and company. This was a welcome surprise since most companies send PR/sales teams to talk tech to journalists.

The Lightyear One is an an ultra-efficient EV concept, claiming a 450-mile range on just 60kWh of battery. If that sounds extreme it’s because the folks at Lightyear have made some extreme design decisions to get there.

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Electrek

Electrek

Tesla releases new 85 kWh batttery pack for Model S/X — not for sale yet

Tesla has produced a new 85 kWh battery pack for Model S and Model X. The question is whether the new pack is just meant to be used to replace older packs, or if Tesla plans to launch it as a new option.

For a long time, Tesla used to have two or even three battery pack options for the Model S — its flagship sedan.

In the past, Tesla offered the Model S with 60, 70, 75, 85, and 90 kWh battery packs, and some of them were also bigger packs offered with a software-locked energy capacity.

Last year, the automaker started offering only a single battery pack option for both the Model S and Model X: 100 kWh.

Now Tesla appears to have produced a new 85 kWh battery pack for the Model S and Model X.

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