Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Future EVs could be wirelessly charged

MOTORISTS buying new electric vehicles (EVs) could benefit from recharging their cars using easy and

MOTORISTS buying new electric vehicles (EVs) could benefit from recharging their cars using easy and convenient wireless charging technology in 10 years, reports Go Ultra Low — the government and auto industry-backed communications body.

Together with existing cost-saving benefits and the great driving experience, the ever-extending range of electric vehicles and ease of wireless charging will help drive the inevitable transition to zero emission motoring. Insight from the UK’s Transport Research Laboratory and future plans from Go Ultra Low’s eight vehicle manufacturers inform the campaign group’s prediction that future generations of battery-powered vehicles could have the ability to charge wirelessly while parked at homes or workplaces.

With improvements in battery technology resulting in ever-increasing range for electric cars, motorists in 10 years could be buying EVs capable of driving for miles on end, without the driver having to plug in or fill up.





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