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Tesla Model S Electric Car Steps In Beta Production Stage

Earlier this year, Tesla reported to only have the prototype of their latest Tesla Model S all-electric vehicle. They hope their new Tesla Model S electric vehicle will be capturing the attention of many people.

Tesla Model S has stepped in the Beta production stage. It is a big car which has the capacity to seat 4 adults. It has a price tag of $49,900 which is cheaper than the previous Tesla Roadster.

BMW Unveils 2 Electric Concept Cars

BMW has unveiled the design and features of 2 Electric Powered Concept Cars in Frankfurt. These are the first one to come from the E-Mobility Division of BMW.

BMW unveiled electric i3 and plug-in hybrid i8 models which BMW claims to launch in a period of 3 years. Norbert Reithofer, board chairman said, “We are marking another milestone in the history of the BMW Group. As chairman of the board and an engineer myself, I am very proud of this project.”

Salt Water Powered Car

In this era the rapid rate of population growth is resulting in more and more traffic and vehicles on the roads. Which eventually causes pollution and an unfriendly environment.

Not only the population is the problem, but the rising prices of oil is causing problems for drivers. To control population and oil prices would be a bigger challenge, but can pollution be controlled?

Meet the new Salt Water Powered Car. It is the cheapest, smallest

Reality Car Windows Unveiled By Toyota!

Toyota is announcing new technology in their vehicles. The Japanese car manufacturing company unveiled a new window in a new manufactured vehicle where children can write on windows or make a sketch of outside objects.

The drawing will stick to the window till the outside object passes away or until the passenger itself removes it. That is something really cool for a long drive or even for small drives where any one can enjoy travel. For bored adults it’s really fascinating, and hopefully this new tech will be enough to keep consumers from worrying about a third recall.

Suzuki Soon Releasing Electric Every Van (EV)

Suzuki has decided to launch its battery powered electric van known as “Every Van” (not pictured) after Mitsubishi launched its electric MiniCab i-MiEV.

The Every Van is powered by a Lithium-Ion battery while the Toshiba MiniCab is powered by Toshiba SCiB battery.

The H800 Tablet From Hyundai

Okay, so you’ve certainly about Hyundai cars, but did you know they had plans to tap into the tablet market as well? Hyundai is introducing a new 8-inch Android tablet, dubbed the H800.

Essentially it’s an 8-inch 800 x 600 pixel multi-touch tablet that is quite powerful. Perhaps Hyundai plans on pairing their new cars with these tablets to boost sales, or maybe they’re trying to make up for low sales in the auto sector.

Ford Sued Over SYNC Technology

A Washington state technology company filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Ford in federal court.

Eagle Harbor Holdings, and its subsidiary MediusTech, claim Ford used several automotive technologies in Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles without authorization.

Put Your Seatbelts On, Lamborghini Wireless Mouse From Asus

An awesome all-new wireless mouse, that takes the shape and contour of the iconic Lamborghini, is now available for automotive fans all across Europe. The mouse itself measures out at 106.5mm x 68mm x 36mm and is perfect for gamers and computer enthusiasts.

With its high precision, 2500 dpi (dots per inch) laser sensor, you’ll be able to get the precise shots you need when sniping on your favorite Call of Duty game. Not only that, but its 2.4GHz wireless connectivity can be up to 10 meters away from your computer and still function correctly, which is perfect of Internet TV users.

Carpool Stickers Expire, Still Want A Hybrid?

California had an awesome incentive to purchase a hybrid (beyond doing good for the planet and the gas tank), and that was that hybrid drivers could freely use the carpool lane at any time, even if there was only one person in the vehicle.

Since hybrids are typically not the cheapest model for any car manufacturer, this extra incentive meant a lot when it came to deciding whether or not to purchase a ‘green machine’.

Learn How A Hybrid Engine Works!

By now, you’ve definitely heard about hybrid vehicles, but do you know how they work? Well, a hybrid vehicle uses a mixture of gasoline and electricity. The electric part of the engine gets the vehicle started and the gas kicks in once the vehicle reaches a certain speed.

The concept is fairly easy to understand, but a graphic posted by AutoMD explains the procedure in depth. If you’re not in the mood for reading a colorful chart, I’ll summarize it for you.