BMW teamed up with Swarovski to develop a crystal headlight for the all-new i7 unlike any other that you’ve seen before. These crystals, which come in two pairs each, are located in the upper spotlight along their entire length. Since these are individually controlled LEDs, it creates a surreal, lively glow, while also forming the daytime running light and the indicator light.
The Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 ePerformance is basically an all-electric race car designed for the track. It’s powered by a permanently excited synchronous machine (PESM) on the front and rear axles, which makes it all-wheel-drive and can deliver a peak output of up to 1,073 hp. What really makes this vehicle special is that 6,000 parts were designed from scratch, while the body is made from natural fiber composite materials.
If electric vehicles can have DC fast charging, why not all-electric aircraft? Meet the Diamond eDA40. Diamond Aircraft partnered with battery technology company, Electric Power Systems, to use their Battery Module with a DC fast charging system. This means that you’ll be able to power up a fully drained aircraft in approximately 20 minutes.
Tata Motors debuts the all-new AVINYA Concept EV, which stands for innovation in the Sanskrit language. It’s based on Tata Passenger Electric Mobility’s (TPEM) Pure EV GEN 3 architecture, complete with advanced driver assistance systems and enhanced performance and efficiency. You’ll find next-generation materials, efficient electronic components, proprietary energy management strategies and custom algorithms for efficiency management.
The GAC TIME Concept first made its debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show, and is one of the most luxurious electric vehicles we’ve seen. Aesthetically, its sleek shape gives it a drag coefficient of just 0.191 Cd, which ensures that it glides over just about any road.