Tanzeem Alee

Tanzeem Alee
Tanzeem Alee is a writer at eManualOnline.com and is a car and bike enthusiast. Presently studying for masters, he turned to blogging because he needs to eat. He likes music, football, and politics.

Deus Ex Machina and Zero Team Up to Build an Electric Motorcycle

Deus Ex Machina X Zero Electric Motorcycle - featured

Deus Ex Machina and Zero Motorcycle will collaborate on producing a one-off electric speed machine with a jaw-dropping minimalist aesthetic. Michael “Woolie” Woolaway, the brains behind Deus’ motorcycle branch, is held with almost saint-like reverence in the world of motorcycle customization. He crafts unique one-piece builds for the Australian lifestyle …

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Lamborghini Recalls the Aventador SVJ due to Suspension Issues

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ

The “raging bull” announces another recall of the Aventador – are Lamborghini’s standards slipping? Last month Automobili Lamborghini celebrated a milestone – the 10000th Aventador rolling out of its factory in Sant’Agata Bolognese. The flagship V12 has been crucial in maintaining Lamborghini’s status as an ‘exotica’ carmaker and keeping the …

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EV Cost to be Similar to Gas Vehicles by 2024

Tesla EV charging

In just a few years, we might finally have affordable EVs hitting the market. Remember when solar power was considered infeasible as a mainstream source of energy? Well, things have changed now. Technology improvements made solar electricity more affordable than traditional fossil-fuel alternatives. It was only a matter of time …

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Bollinger Motors Patents Modular EV Batteries

Bollinger Motors Battery Modules Patent

Bollinger Motors, makers of the world’s only Class 3 electric 4×4, the B1 and B2 pickup, is filing a patent for its modular battery unit design. Battery technology is a major concern for any start-up that is looking to produce a popular electric vehicle. We have already seen how the …

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Ford Must Purchase CO2 Emission Credits to Meet EU Targets

Ford logo

Ford will join an emissions pool with other manufacturers to avoid fines imposed by EU regulations as it fears crossing the CO2 limit. The American automaker falling short of its European Union emission reduction quota and, following in the footsteps of its American cousin Fiat-Chrysler, is set to purchase emissions …

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