NEW YORK, NY – JUNE 23: A Harley Davidson Livewire motorcycle, Harley Davidson’s first electric bike, sits on display outside the Harley Davidson Store on June 23, 2014 in New York City. The Livewire has 74 horsepower and a top speed of 92 miles per hour. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
You’ve seen Black Widow on one in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and next year you’ll be able to ride one yourself.
The iconic Biker company, Harley-Davidson, has partnered with e-motorcycle company Alta Motors, to produce an electric motorcycle. Titled Project LiveWire, these two wheeled beauties hit the streets sometime next year (Avenger, not included).
Lamborghini’s Electric Auto
First my filthy rug, then my wet hands. And now this guy wants my car?
James Dyson, yes, that Dyson, is working on a “radically different” electric car . Expected to go on sale in 2020. The company known for its vacuum cleaners, bladeless fans and dryers, seeks to improve air quality, and reduce air-pollution, with it’s renewable energy auto.
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“Roads? We don’t need roads!”
Paul DeLorean, nephew of the original DeLorean founder, is looking to make good on old Doc’ Brown’s words with DeLorean Aerospace’s DR-7 VTOL.
On the drawing board, this two-seater Vertical Take-off & Landing craft boasts an all‑electric twin engine propulsion system, a 19 foot wingspan, and a range of 120 miles on a single charge.
what, no gull-wing doors?
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