Welcome to everyone’s favorite weekly run-down of EV content… The Friday Five! This week, we discuss the future of mobility. What kinds of start-ups are shaping the smart mobility sector? Is mobility experienced the same in every country? How is mobility changing with the times? Find out more in this week’s Friday Five!
- Tesla Semi Truck’s First Delivery
From a concept to reality – The Tesla Semi Truck has officially made its first trip in the USA. The Tesla Semi can reach 0-60mph in 5 seconds, and traveled ~250 miles carrying battery packs from Tesla’s factory to its Californian assembly plant. It’s safe to say the future of emobility is well and truly here!
- A Different Kind Of Scooter
No, not quite like a NIU Scooter! Push-scooter start-ups are flooding The USA at the moment. From Limebike to BIRD, these app-driven push-scooters are surging in popularity, allowing riders to explore their cities in a fun, dynamic, and liberating way. What do you think?
- Taxi or E-Pedicab?
Speaking of new crazes, Austin, Texas is piloting a brand-new transportation service – the e-pedicab. Almost like a tuk-tuk, these e-mobility vehicles can travel to 15mph speed that uses a motor to help overcome road inclines, and help the drivers travel further and quicker.
- The DaVinci City
By 2030, we will need to accommodate an extra 5 billion people. So… how do we solve this problem? Recent discussions have pointed to Da Vinci and his city designs inspired from the plague. Famous for the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper, Da Vinci’s designs may also fit into ideas to combat climate change and manage growths in population.
- Unlock Your City – Barcelona
Barcelona, the capital and largest city in Catalonia. Home to La Sagrada Familia and Park Güelle, Barcelona’s popularity as a tourist destination has surged in recent years, but there are still many local barrios to explore away from the crowds. Take a look at one of the most amazing cities in Europe – Barcelona