Dutch electric mobility car costs to $37 a week

Amber One is a car designed to help eliminate the huge amount of time our own vehicles currently spend idle. But you can’t buy one – to gain access, you subscribe to a service at a cost of €33 (around $37 U.S.) per week, which will let you use any available Amber One nearby. The Amber One is set to enter production in 2018, with prototypes hitting the road next year.

Chinese tycoon raises $1.08 billion for electric car

China’s Le Holdings Co. has raised $1.08 billion to develop its electric sports car that has drawn comparisons to the Batmobile!
The latest in a series of alternative energy vehicle investments even as the industry is set for a Chinese government shake-up.

U.S. Signals Backing for Self-Driving Cars

Automakers will be asked to assess the vehicle system design, development, testing and deployment work behind an autonomous vehicle or system before it can be offered for sale or put into service on public roads, U.S. officials said Monday.

VW teases EV concept

Volkswagen today released teaser pictures of an electric car that it hopes will lead the automaker out of its diesel scandal and into an electrified future. The near-production concept previews a compact EV with a long range that VW brand is expected to launch in early 2018 or 2019.

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