Milan has announced one of Europe’s most ambitious mobility schemes, known as Strade Aperte (open roads). Its goal is to reduce cars in phase 2 of the lockdown by increasing bike lanes and pedestrian areas.
5 electric cars you could buy now
Today (almost) all car companies produce electric cars. Here are a few models you can have a go at.
Statistics confirm that the European electric vehicle market is booming. These numbers are not comparable to those of other countries’ markets but they are increasing. This means that electric cars are grabbing market shares and winning drivers’ trust.
Here are a few models you can buy today.
The undisputed queen of electric cars. In 2013 it was one of the top sold cars in Europe and North America. What makes it unique is that on a full charge it can go 200 km.
The first electric B-SUV is on the market. A stylish, comfortable and easy-to-drive car. To make it even more eco-friendly it is composed of entirely organic materials. With a full charge it runs for over 200 km.
Here is another nice discovery. A comfortable, full-optional car. It takes only a few hours to charge it if you have a rapid wall charger.
The city car par excellence. A compact car you can park everywhere, with space for four people. On a full charge it travels little more than 120 km.
The most futuristic and stylish one, which maintains its BMW soul. A smart vehicle always connected to the internet in order for you to manage information and charge comfortably through a mobile app.
Formula 1, the world’s most important auto racing championship, has decided to turn the page and aim for carbon neutrality with the support of its teams, drivers and the whole racing circus.
Inside, a cabin made of cellulose and sugarcane. Outside, a cubic design. The Kia Soul with a sustainable spirit is called Eco Electric and promises 200 km at zero emissions. We test drove it: here are 10 things to know before buying it.
From “hybrid” culture to the Olympics. Toyota and LifeGate, a decade together for sustainable mobility
Toyota and LifeGate began telling the story of hybrid mobility back in 2006, now, on the road to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, they’re still treading the path of sustainable mobility. Here are the main steps of the journey.
Germany’s first solar bicycle lane could be the prototype for the roads of the future. The photovoltaic tiles melt snow and ice, and are capable of absorbing noise.
The Vespa is back in an electric version. Production has just started and the first models can be reserved online starting from October.
The city of Utrecht, in the Netherlands, has inaugurated a bicycle path that brings together a bridge, the rooftop of a school and a garden.
The Lego hair bike helmet is the latest Internet craze. For now it’s just a prototype but production on a large scale will probably start soon.
Heir to the legendary Bulli van of the ‘60s, the official vehicle of the hippie movement, the new Volkswagen van is electric and self-driving. It has eight seats and can be turned into a living room. It will be produced starting from 2021.