The Zero Emissions Race, which kicked off almost three months ago in Switzerland, was brought to a sudden halt Friday when one of the vehicles, the solar-powered electrically-driven Zerotracer, collided with a cyclist during the Canadian leg of the event. The race was wheeling through Vancouver when a cyclist reportedly rode off the sidewalk and in front of the electric motorbike. The 50-year-old bicycle rider was transported to a nearby hospital for injuries resulting from the collision. Don Ch
Can your electric car go 250 kilometers (155 miles) a day at a speed of 80 kilometers an hour (50 miles an hour)? Can it do that 80 days in a row all around the world?