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Toyota begins testing wireless charging system

Toyota will begin verification testing of its newly developed wireless charging system in late February. Toyota developed the system in cooperation with WiTricity, an MIT spin-off that the automaker has been cooperating with for several years. Toyota Managing Officer Satoshi Ogiso announced in August that the next-generation Prius Plug-in Hybrid would include a wireless charging… Read more »

CHARGED Electric Vehicles Magazine Issue 9 – August 2013

Subscribe Now Trouble viewing? Read the features inside here.   Featuring: The Tech A closer look at back electromotive force The challenges of battery state of charge measurements Multiphase cooling: CapTherm’s technology takes the heat off Plug In America research: Tesla Roadster battery longevity exceeds projections   The Vehicles BMW i3: The launch of many firsts Plug-in… Read more »

Mitsubishi electrifies Geneva

The prize for most charged major automaker at the Geneva Auto Salon goes to Mitsubishi, hands down. The majority of Mitsu’s exhibit space was devoted to electrified vehicles, and electro-themed videos played nonstop.   At center stage were two flashy concept cars: the CA-MiEV, a red-hot electric hatchback with a 28 kWh battery that gives… Read more »