Gaurav Uppal, CEO of One Electric Motorcycle, said, "With high performance, we also wanted to make a motorcycle that lasts for many years. Suspension from Munjal Showa, wide tyres from CEAT, lighting from FIEM Industries, and in house developed heavy-duty chassis ensures this, along with making spares easily available." The motorcycle features 17-inch and 16-inch alloy wheels along with tubeless tyres at the front and rear, respectively. … [Read more...] about One Electric Kridin Unveiled: Fastest Electric Motorcycle Made In India
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So while the peak numbers aren’t impressive, the new Civic Si should at least be a bit livelier at low and mid-range power levels, which is where drivers spend the vast majority of their motoring time anyway. Honda also says the new Civic Si is “significantly lighter than the previous generation,” this despite a more rigid body that uses dual-pinion adaptive electric power steering, sport-tuned suspension, an adaptive damper system, 12.3-inch front brakes, and 235/40 R18 rubber at all four corners with optional performance tires. A helical limited-slip differential helps the front tires cope with power and steering duties. … [Read more...] about 2017 Honda Civic Si Adds Turbo, Still Makes 205 HP
Esteban Guerrieri, who finished second in last year’s WTCR title fight to Hyundai’s Norbert Michelisz, said the opportunity to promote green credentials and test new technologies makes electric racing series a more compelling proposition than their combustion engine counterparts. … [Read more...] about Monteiro: Electrification makes more sense for touring cars
However, once the SUV gets going, it feels absolutely amazing, offering a surge of power post the 1750rpm mark. This power continues into the mid-range and goes up all the way to almost 6000rpm point. Being a three-cylinder though, the engine does feel a bit out of breath closer to the rev-limiter. … [Read more...] about Kia Sonet Review (First Drive): Built For The Wild Urban Jungle!
"It's quite a tricky exercise to electrify a championship - we see Formula E, the level of expertise, and how much the habits we have have to be changed - safety level, security everywhere and then the way to provide the electricity, to manage the cars, single suppliers and everything because it would be crazy cost of development. … [Read more...] about WTCR electrification at least “a few years” away