CES is where you can see the latest () showcasing the technology for the first time, from jaw-dropping To . It is also a great place to see innovative and cutting-edge cars powered by renewable energies.
Sustainability and environmental friendliness are becoming increasingly popular trends in all sectors of the tech sector. Therefore, it’s a no-brainer for CES 2023 to feature more electric cars as well as related innovations. Here are some of our favorites.
The Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXXX is an electric vehicle that will make gas users swoon.
The Vision EQXXThe Mercedes concept car can travel up to 625 miles on a single charge and without the need for extra bulky batteries. This makes it the most efficient Mercedes car. The AI avatar for EQXX is a futuristic version of Knight Rider’s KITT. I need to know which of the following is most appealing to me. internal or external.
Verge TS Ultra motorcycles are full of serious Tron vibes
The ts edgeThe Line will be coming to the US in 2023. The Ultra will be the fastest bike ever, with a top speed at 124 mph. It can also be supercharged in less than 25 minutes. The Ultra has 201 horsepower and can travel 233 miles with a full charge. The bike can travel from 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds. The motor is located at trailing edge. This gives the bike a lower center-of-gravity and allows for a larger bike’s frame. Ultra will run you $44,900. If this seems too much for you, there are two additional models: the TS Pro model for $29900 and the TS Pro model for $26,900.
A team is a great way to have an outlet.
The TeamIt’s a two-passenger vehicle with a solar panel on the roof. It can travel up to 19.2 mph on a sunny day. The vehicle is similar to a golf cart and can travel 60 miles on one full charge. The powertrain includes two 2kW rear motors and four interchangeable 1.6kWh lithium batteries. It can reach speeds of just below 30 mph. Safety features include 4-wheel disc brakes, seatbelts, and a turn-down container. While it is not the most sporty car, it will save you money at both the pump as well as at the $6,250 US cost.
The MoonbikeHe can be driven at 163 lbs and is part snowmobile, part bike. It can hold a rider weighing in at 264 pounds, generate 170 Nm of torque, and reach a top speed that is 26 mph. Moonbike’s latest game adds mobile support to its products. It has an iOS and Android app that allows riders track their routes, elevation, and connect with other cyclists. The bike is currently available for $8,900.
The BMW Concept doubles for your friend
Technology can seem very distant. BMW’s i Vision DeeWe hope to fix that. This concept car uses cutting-edge artificial intelligence to replace the server schtick of Siri and Alexa. Instead, you’ll be able to double your car’s value and that of your boyfriend. The i Vision Dee EV-sport car is made up of 240 Eink panels. You can use these panels to program a digital face in the car’s grille—since it’s an EV, the grille-provided ventilation isn’t usually necessary—or change the car’s colors with the click of a button.
The BMW i Vision Dee is just a concept for now, but some of its features will carry over to actual BMW cars. BMW CEO Oliver Zips, for example, said that the AI-powered HUB technology the company has put into the i Vision Dee will arrive in real cars in 2025. —Daniel van Boom
A flying car is really happening, for real this time
We have been waiting for flying cars ever since the least Jetsons, we are now on the verge of making that dream come true. And by “we” I mean a company called Aska, which revealed its A5 flying car at CES 2023. It’s more than just a concept: Aska has opened pre-orders for the $789,000 car. At CES 2023, Jay Kaplinsky, co-founder of Aska, said FAA approval for the A5 could happen “within a month.” Aska hopes to use the A5 to start a ride-sharing service in 2026. – Daniel Van Boom
As you’ve probably noticed, electric vehicles are hot right now. But why stop on the roads? Candela C8 EV hydrofoil boat It is a slippery bowl that glides along the water like a flying carpet, According to CNET’s Bridget Carey. Aside from making EVs exciting, Candela’s C8 takes cues from Tesla in another key way: autonomous boating, where the C8 can stick to a set course. The entire boat is made of carbon fiber, including the seats, which explains its $390,000 price tag. – Daniel Van Boom
The first Sony car is coming in 2026
Electric cars are big business, and Sony wants to be in. The electronics giant is Collaborating with Honda on a new brand of electric cars It’s called Afeela. The Afeela logo appears on a narrow screen or “media bar” on the car’s front bumper. This can also interact with people outside the vehicle and share information such as the weather or the vehicle’s charge status.
Unlike the car Sony showed off at CES 2020 all those years ago, this one is already hitting the market. There’s no word yet on pricing, but Sony has said its Afeela will hit North American roads in 2026. Japan and Europe will follow. – Daniel Van Boom
Transformers-inspired bike that fits under a desk
Is this electric bike more than meets the eye? There’s little risk of confusing the Tatamel for a stealthy robot, but you don’t often see an electric bike that folds up like a transformer to the size of a suitcase and fits under a desk. in CES 2023This is exactly what the Japanese company Icoma has offered with Tatamel. It’s more than just a last-mile bike, too. An electric battery pack can be used to charge devices, which can be useful in emergency situations.
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