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Canadian automaker Dubuc Motors launches its very first electric

Dubuc Tomahawk is the fully electric supercar that has 300+ miles of range, 0-to-60 time of just 3 seconds and an incredibly attractive price tag of 100 grand US dollars.
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BMW Japan unveiled 330e Celebration Edition Model

Japanese subdivision of BMW decided to launch a couple of special edition models this year with a purpose of celebrating the company’s centenary. The eighth car in this exclusive line-up is BMW 330e plug-in hybrid named “BMW 330e Celebration Edition.”
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Peugeot has introduced its very first electric scooter

Peugeot and Micro have presented an electrically assisted scooter – the e-Kick scooter was created with a purpose of solving “last mile” problem. The all-new device has a range of around 8 miles and a top speed of 16 miles per hour.
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Norway breaks the ice and bans sales of ICE-vehicles

Norway has become the very first country in the world where cars with an internal combustion engine are illegal to use – Norwegian government expects that by 2025 all gasoline-powered vehicles will disappear.
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Tesla Model X is finally in Canada

Canadian citizens can finally get their Model X vehicles.
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Pininfarina unveiled all-new hydrogen sports car concept

The Italian design house Pininfarina has showed a hydrogen sports car concept called the H2 Speed at this year’s Geneva Auto Show.
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Personal flying electric vehicles are here

Lilium Aviation announced that it will start producing personal flying electric vehicles as soon as early 2018. The vehicle will be called The Lilium Jet and will be propelled by 320kW battery-powered fan motors.
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SAE has finally approved all-new wireless charging standard

SAE International announced approval of the “SAE TIR J2954 Wireless Power Transfer for Light-Duty Plug-In/ Electric Vehicles and Alignment Methodology”.
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Faraday Future is about to launch its second manufacturing site

FF started building its second site on Mare Island in Vallejo, California.
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Renault-Samsung will launch Twizy in South Korea in the second half of 2016

Renault Samsung will begin selling the Renault Twizy small urban electric vehicles in South Korea in the second half of this year.Also, the company will shift some production to the Korean Busan factory.