BMW wants to cut the cable when it comes to charging its i3 and i8 models. Continue Reading...
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Today’s car shoppers are all about wireless connectivity in their vehicles. Continue Reading...
In the future, Volkswagen’s electric cars won’t even need to be plugged in. Continue Reading...
Toyota is beginning verification testing of its wireless charging system for its plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles. Continue Reading...
Toyota doesn’t see much of a market in purely electric cars, but that doesn’t mean the company isn’t looking at one of the most interesting technologies commonly associated with those products. Continue Reading...
Volvo is part of an advanced research project that’s exploring inductive charging for electric vehicles. What does that mean? One word: wireless. Continue Reading...
Wireless mobile device charging might seem like a fad, but some of the world’s largest auto makers don’t see it that way. Continue Reading...
The 2013 Toyota Avalon Limited has become the first vehicle in the world to offer Qi wireless charging as part of its Technology Package. Continue Reading...
Following in Chrysler’s footsteps, General Motors has filed for a trademark on the name ‘Dockspot,’ which will adorn the company’s upcoming wireless charging system for hand-held devices. Continue Reading...
With electric vehicles being the latest hot-topic in the auto industry, Bombardier has revealed its Primove wireless charging system, which it is using in Braunschweig, Germany. Continue Reading...
Now, a North Carolina startup named Evatran is hoping to introduce such a system and indeed, has generated enough interest that a number of different organizations, including the likes of Google, Hertz Rent-A-Car, Duke Energy and Clemson University, are planning to test it later this year. Continue Reading...
w If it seemed space-aged to charge your cellphone wirelessly a few years ago, what do you think of doing the same thing with your car? Nissan and Mercedes-Benz are playing with the idea, and showing off what they have so far. The Mercedes B Class E-Cell concept may make use of the technology in the… Continue Reading...