Weltmeister W5 EV launched
Welmeister, an EV brand from Shanghai, China, has arrived, with their first model, the W5.
Green commuting with e-bikes and scooters
Electric bicycles and scooters are becoming a more practical way to get around. We test out these two modes to see how it can change the daily commute.
Consider more sustainable motoring
It’s high time to start considering more sustainable means of motoring. The good news is, there’s more reasons to make the shift these days.
Hybrids vs full electric
Both hybrids and electric vehicles fall under the catch-all term: electrified vehicles (xEV). The xEV umbrella then splits off into many more kinds of electrified vehicles.
Where to charge
If the thought of a silent, emissions-free means of mobility appeals to you, having a battery electric vehicle (BEV) or fully electric car (as they’re also called) can be boon when used within Metro Manila.
The next question you might be asking is, ‘Where do I charge?’ Luckily for you, there are already several locations within the megacity where this is possible.
Driving a battery electric vehicle
What is it like to drive a battery electric vehicle (BEV)? We’re here to share exactly what it’s like. We’ll also answer any burning questions like if there’s any adjustment needed, how far one can go, and where to charge. No need to worry as we’ll run you through how they work.
Foton unveiling Tornado EV at 2023 Big Show next week
Foton Philippines will unveil for the first time the Tornado 3.6 EV – the first electric light duty truck to hit the Philippine market. The vehicle will be unveiled at Foton’s Big Show 2023: Commerce and Mobility Synergized at the World Trade Center in Pasay City on February 10, 11, and 12, from 10:00 A.M daily.
BMW unveils second EV, the iX3
BMW Philippines expands its electric vehicle footprint in the country with the launch of the first-ever BMW iX3, the second fully electric model in its lineup.
Inclusion of 2-wheeled EVs in 0% tariff rate urged
A non-profit organization believes that the government should amend the tax incentives for electric vehicles as it 'lacks inclusivity.'
Hyundai Ioniq 5 arriving in January 2023
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 will be launched next year, with prices starting at P3.068 million.
BMW ushers in electric with its iX
BMW marks the beginning of BMW’s eventual shift to EVs with the introduction of its first electric vehicle, the BMW iX xDrive40.
An Electrifying Morning: SM Supermalls and their E-Vehicle Charging Stations
SM Supermalls proudly announced that at their SM Aura, SM MOA, SM Megamall and SM North EDSA malls, there would now be E-Vehicle Charging Stations that mall-goers could avail of, free of charge.
SM Supermalls installs e-Vehicle charging stations in NCR malls
SM Supermalls has deployed the first ever in-mall free charging stations in the Philippines for e-Vehicles (EV) at select SM malls as part of its efforts to create a safer, greener future for all.
LRMC, GET Philippines team up for electric vehicle service
GET brings in its extensive experience in the operation of an integrated passenger and fleet management system for the shuttle service to benefit LRT-1 passengers. The shuttle service will feature the Community Optimized Managed Electric Transport (COMET) minibuses.
Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit rescheduled to September 23-24
The 9th Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit (PEVS) has been rescheduled to September 23-24, 2021, in light of the tightened quarantine restrictions owing to the surge in COVID-19 cases.
Support grows for incentivization of EV use in PH
A university professor has backed the idea to incentivize the use of electric vehicles (EVs) which can help mainstream its usage in the country.
2020 Electric Vehicle Summit to be held online
The 8th Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit will push through this year online through a three-day virtual conference from September 24-26, 2020.
BGC opens dedicated lanes for electric scooters and mobility devices
Bonifacio Global City has just opened new electric scooter and personal mobility device (PMD) lanes along its streets for safer commuting.
What’s the greenest car of all?
What makes a vehicle green? Is it just what makes out the tailpipe? For a vehicle to be considered ‘green’ it has to be fuel efficient, pollute less, and most critical of all, be efficiently-made.
Nissan plugs in to greener future with LEAF
Are you ready to turn a new LEAF? Nissan Philippines certainly is with the official launch of its LEAF electric vehicle, giving Filipino car buyers a cleaner mobility option, not powered directly by fossil fuels, and with zero emissions. In fact, this full-battery electric vehicle has no tailpipe at all.