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Apple Car

It has been talked about for years - now unofficial renderings of the Apple Car, reconstructed from registered patents, have been published. According to media reports, it will not come onto the market until 2025 at the earliest.

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The Citroen Ami is the perfect city runabout. © Citroen

Micro cars

Bicycles, cargo bikes, electromobility - the mobility turnaround is usually associated with a move away from cars, or at any rate with a renunciation of the automobile. However, microcars are increasingly gaining access to the market as a kind of intermediate solution.

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Water taxis on the Thames ©

On call across the river

According to UN forecasts, 70 % of people will live in cities by 2050; however, these only take up around three percent of the earth's surface.

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E-Cargo-Bike ONO © Audi Janine Graubaum

ONOMOTION - an e-cargo bike for the last mile

The ONO has the potential to revolutionise courier, express and parcel transport in inner cities.

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The Audi e-tron GT. © Audi

An electric drive in superlative form: The Audi e-tron GT

With the e-tron GT, Audi is writing the next chapter in advances in German battery-electric vehicles.

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solid-state battery

NIO and the solid-state battery

One has been talking about a new battery technology with solid electrolytes for years, which is among others supposed to attain significantly greater ranges.

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Trends and expectations: E-mobility 2021

Continuous progress in the electromobility industry knows no rest in 2021 - despite the Corona crisis.

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Silent and safe - the cable car

The use of cable cars in the urban transport structure can be used wisely.

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Resurrection of the maglev

The end of the Transrapid also seemed to have buried the concept of maglev. It could be revived by the Bögl transport system

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