Volvo presents the EX90, the brand’s safest 100% electric SUV

Volvo presents the EX90, the brand’s safest 100% electric SUV

Item promised, item due. Volvo had given us an appointment on November 9, 2022 to learn more about the EX90, their new 100% electric SUV. Motorization, safety, autonomy, we take stock together of this serious competitor of the Tesla Model X. Photo credit: Volvo In view of the European Union’s ban on the sale of … Read more

Renaut creates Ampère, a 100% electric brand, to compete with Tesla

Renaut creates Ampère, a 100% electric brand, to compete with Tesla

Two years after launching its Renaulution project, the French carmaker has just taken another important step. In fact, the diamond brand has announced the formation of a brand new organization with the creation of five independent divisions. Effective immediately, Ampère will manage the group’s electrical activities. Photo credit: Renault It’s been two years since Renault … Read more

Tesla is recalling 40,000 cars over power steering problems

Tesla is recalling 40,000 cars over power steering problems

While Elon Musk has been chaining controversy since taking power from Twitter, his company Tesla is not left with the commitment to proceed with yet another recall. In fact, the brand was forced to recall more than 40,000 vehicles in the United States because of a power steering problem. Photo credit: Tesla Model X To … Read more

A company invents charging stations that are installed in sidewalks

A company invents charging stations that are installed in sidewalks

Rheinmetall, a German industrial group specializing in weapons and automotive equipment, has just presented a new concept for public charging stations. The idea is simple: integrate them directly into the walkways. Photo credit: Rheinmetall You know yolo shop ? Faced with the lack of electric charging stations, some users no longer hesitate to show “ingenuity” … Read more

Nissan X-TRail e-Power e-4ORCE test drive

Nissan X-TRail e-Power e-4ORCE test drive

Why just do it!? Did you just learn the nuances and differences between thermal, electric, hybrid, micro-hybrid and rechargeable hybrid? Don’t rest, here is a new concept proposed by Nissan: e-power or thermal electric. Let’s face it, Nissan doesn’t present this new engine with such a contradictory name. Available new Qashqai and X trail – … Read more

Charging at home is advantageous, but the bill will continue to increase

Charging at home is advantageous, but the bill will continue to increase

A study of household habits regarding electricity consumption shows that even if EV drivers benefit from installing a charging station in their home, the final bill remains high. A woman locks up her car / Credit: Unsplash ChargeGuru sells turnkey charging solutions in seven European countries. The terminals offered have outputs of 2.2 kW to … Read more

the end of heat engines planned for 2035 could be postponed

the end of heat engines planned for 2035 could be postponed

The end of polluting cars, planned for 2035, could finally be postponed. At least that’s what Thierry Breton, EU Commissioner for the Internal Market, and Clément Beaune, Transport Minister, are proposing. A few days ago, the European Union ratified an agreement on a law to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by … Read more

What Does Intel Do?

What Does Intel Do?

What Does Intel Do? The largest producer of semiconductors and central processing units in the world is Intel Corp. The company is most known for its x86-based CPUs, which were developed in the 1980s and have since undergone numerous revisions, updates, and modernizations. Additionally, Intel provides networking accelerators, communications, and security solutions, as well as … Read more