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What will the year 2017 bring?
The plug-in hybrid and electric car market is doubtlessly increasing and with it also the amount of vehicles manufacturers have to offer. In 2017, we can expect the arrival of several new electrified vehicles, while there are also quite a few that haven't been officially confirmed, yet it is fairly safe to say that they are coming.
Formula E: Racing Just Got More Tactical
Although regulations have been only slightly modified this year, compared to last year's dramatic changes, when teams were allowed to compete with their own drivetrains, the novelties of season 3 are nevertheless worth looking at.Check out what's new in the season 2017
A record-breaking zero-emission round-the-world trip in 80 days
A world record: 11 international teams with 100% electric vehicles successfully crossed the finish line in Barcelona to complete the 80-day circumnavigation challenge in a bid to spread awarness on electric mobility!See the gallery here.
S-Bikes: changing the trends of urban mobility
S-Bikes is not only about electric bicycles. It's about personifying the concept of modern mobility, changing current trends and satisfying the needs of today's urban travel.Take a ride here.
Costa Rica: Seeing is Believing!
Costa Rica is unique in all ways. This Central American nation, one of the only countries in the world without an army, is famous for its dazzling array of plant, animal and insect bio-diversity. Despite its tiny size, the country has a wide variety of microclimates and landscapes located just a few kilometers from one another. Adventurous travellers can breakfast overlooking the Caribbean Sea, eat lunch 3000 feet above sea level on a volcanic rim, and have dinner watching the sunset over the Pacific coast, though in practice, its best to give yourself time to take in all the sights at a more leisurely pace.Learn more about it here.