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The end of the age of the internal combustion engine is in sight. We at Drivelectric are the first to acknowledge and address the problems standing in the way of full-scale electric vehicle adoption in Kenya.

If there’s anything we can learn from history it’s that some day, the option to choose a gas guzzler won’t be so simple. Depending on the rising temperatures, state emissions caps, and the number of attractive EVs on the market, consumers won’t have many reasons to choose a polluting automobile when a true zero emissions vehicle is the alternative.

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World’s First All Electric Off-Road SUV

Ever heard of the name Bollinger? If you have, you’re probably familiar with its offering, the B1 SUV, and its status as the first all-electric, all-wheel drive, off-road sports utility vehicle. It’s a distinction that the company proudly wears like a badge. Now it appears that it has unlocked another […]

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2020 Porsche Mission E Electric Sedan Spied Testing Alongside Teslas

  What It Is: The rolling, an electrically propelled hole into which Porsche is shoveling $750 million—and a new dedicated assembly line with 1000 new workers—in a fevered chase after Tesla. While the name could change for production, it’s currently known as the Mission E, the same moniker Porsche applied […]

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Toyota Gives Mazda The Shaft On Battery Technology

Seems like Mazda got a raw deal on this one Despite the partnership between Toyota, Mazda, and Denso to develop structural technologies for electric cars, Toyota showed up at the Tokyo Auto Show with news that its new solid-state battery technology is a “game changer,” but that it would not […]

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Car Reviews

The Car Of The Future….?

With the internal combustion engine living on borrowed time and fully autonomous cars on the horizon, we’re starting to see more and more futuristic concept cars that focus more on what cars of the future will be like than what we can expect to see in the next five or six years. Audi has really jumped on that wagon, and at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, it debuted the Audi Aicon – a vehicle that looks to the days of self-driving electric mobility with absolutely no compromises. As a 2+2 sedan, the Aicon has an attractive silhouette and a roomy interior.

2018 Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf came to be in 2010 as the company’s first mass-produced, all-electric passenger car. Built on a bespoke platform based on the familiar Nissan B architecture it uses a synchronous electric motor and a range of battery packs that deliver up to 107 miles per charge. Although it has proven quite popular in several markets around the world, the first-generation Leaf has become rather dated now that GM has launched the Chevrolet Bolt and Opel Ampera-e, while Tesla rolled out the Model 3.

2017 Hyundai Ionic Electric

Every electric vehicle seems to be a new Rorschach test. Does the BMW i3 look like a space-age transportation pod about to whisk you into an exciting future? Or does the Mercedes-Benz B-class Electric Drive reassure you that a battery-powered Mercedes will still be a Mercedes? Which vehicle signals your environmental virtue more effectively: the sleek and expensive-looking Tesla Model S or the somewhat gawky Chevrolet Bolt?