Venturi and Ohio State University set 341.4 mph electric car record
Friday, 23 September 2016 () French firm Venturi may be most widely recognized for its expensive, oddball electric cars like the America SUV and Fetish sports car, but it’s also known in some circles for pushing zero-emission powertrain technology to the limits. For example, in 2010 Venturi reached a record speed of 303 mph for a fuel cell car. The company, in...
Venturi, the Monaco-based company that also operates a team in Formula E, has worked with the Ohio State University and broke a new land speed record for... autoevolution - AutomotiveAlso reported by •CBS News
Chinese company LeEco is making serious moves to compete with Tesla.
LeEco just raised $1.08 billion to develop its electric car, Bloomberg reported. The news... Business Insider - TechnologyAlso reported by •bizjournals