Traffic jams and congested roads are a big problem in almost every large city in the world. Could flying taxis offer a solution? Unlikely. They're not much more than the futuristic dream of a rich elite.
As their popularity spreads throughout Europe, Germany has become the latest country to introduce electric scooters to its roads. Could they help solve traffic problems and make our cities cleaner and less polluted? What is their real environmental impact?
While electric vehicles are thought to be the answer to a future of green, clean mobility, questions have been raised about the sustainability of the batteries that power them. Could blockchain hold the key?
A road surface that generates electricity from sunlight, absorbs noise, breaks down nitrogen oxides, defrosts ice in winter, provides valuable data and supplies electric vehicles with electricity. Sound too good to be true? It's true, and it's here.
SunCycles is supplying Namibia with the latest in sustainable transportation - the country's first ever fleet of solar-powered e-bikes.
Powered by electricity, completely recyclable and made from renewable materials - does this sound like a car to you? Absolutely. Say hello to "Noah".
How about doing a bit of karaoke while your EV tanks up? In Shanghai, now you can. Could the sing-while-you-wait concept give e-mobility a boost in Europe too?
What if you could combine the versatility of a bike with the functionality of a car? Say hello to the Veemo.
BMW's Vision E3 Way concept proposes an 'elevated, electric and efficient' solution to urban congestion and cyclist safety.