October 30, 2023

This All-Electric Trailer Is the Perfect Solution For Working Off-the-Grid

As working remotely becomes more common, people are designing alternatives to the typical home office. California-based company Pebble has come up with the perfect solution for anyone who wants to be productive on the road, and be sustainable, too. The Pebble Flow Trailer is a luxurious and modern all-electric trailer that has everything remote workers need to take their office off-the-grid.

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August 10, 2023

Miniature Mint Green Electric Car Can Be Charged in Any Power Outlet

In cities, space is precious. That's why smaller vehicles like Smart cars are so popular for getting from point A to point B. Now, Fiat is introducing another mini option, and this one is not only fully electric but also cute, too. Called the Topolino, this mint-green automobile sports an eye-catching retro design that makes it easy to imagine in any European metropolis.

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June 7, 2023

Volkswagen’s Electric Van Gets a Spacious Makeover for American Market

Ever since Volkswagen released its electric van concept in 2017, North American consumers have been wondering when they'll have the opportunity to take one for a spin. While the ID. Buzz has been available in Europe since 2022, VW just announced a launch date for North America. And, along with that, they've also revealed a new, spacious design tailored for their American and Canadian customers. Volkswagen unveiled a three-row ID.

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May 16, 2023

AI’s Multi-Tiered Camper Vans Visualize the Surreal Future of Nomadic Living

Founded by architect Ricardo Orts, Ulises is a Berlin-based design studio that specializes in crafting “near-future architecture.” Combining their multidisciplinary background with cutting-edge technology, Ulises uses Midjourney to produce surreal designs for the future. One of their most striking projects is Kinetic Kingdom, which looks at how future nomadic communities might live. By Ulises' design, these communities would take up residence in fantastical, multilevel campers that look more like mobile apartment buildings than any ordinary RV.

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