Home > Citroen unveils ‘oli,’ an all-electric concept car that could also help power your home

News
Citroen unveils ‘oli,’ an all-electric concept car that could also help power your home

Description

The four-seater Citroen “oli” is an all-electric vehicle designed to be versatile, eco-friendly and affordable. Can it help families ditch their traditional cars?

Added on the 29/09/2022 14:08:24 - Copyright : Euronews EN

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • Volvo EX90: The newly unveiled all-electric, sustainable SUV that could power your home

    The Swedish automobile maker's new EV supports bi-directional charging, allowing owners to transfer electricity from the car to their home.

    24/11/2022 - Euronews EN
  • Skoda Unveils Vision E Electric Concept at Auto Shanghai Expo

    Czech carmaker Skoda is betting big on China. They unveiled an electric concept car called the Vision E, through which they hope to take their place in the world's largest auto market. Skoda CEO Bernhard Maier's presence at the unveiling underscores the importance of the market to the company. Skoda's new Vision E electric concept car was unveiled at the 2017 International Automobile & Manufacturing Technology Exhibition, also known as Auto Shanghai Expo on Tuesday. The four-seat crossover is based on VW Group’s MEB platform. Vision E has two electric motors delivering a combined 225kW of power. Designed in the Czech Republic, the Vision E is fuelled by liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery cells, and boasts a potential driving range of 310 miles. China's automotive industry has been the largest in the world since 2008. Chinese automakers produce more cars than the US and Japanese markets combined. In 2014, China produced over a quarter of the world's cars.

    19/04/2017 - RT Ruptly EN
  • Hit the road: Citroën CEO on electric car market, supply challenges

    Semiconductor shortages will "still be a hurdle" for the car industry throughout the rest of 2022, Citroën CEO Vincent Cobée tells FRANCE 24. But he thinks 2023 could be a turning point. In the last 18 months, the EU has seen a "substantial acceleration" towards electric vehicles – Cobée says the adoption is "quicker than we expected some years ago". Nevertheless, he admits the 2035 target for phasing out petrol and diesel cars is "a very ambitious bet that requires a very substantial amount of investment", including in the charging infrastructure across the bloc.

    30/06/2022 - France 24 EN
  • This solar-powered Tesla could be the future of electric cars

    Elon Musk might be leading the electric car revolution, but this scientist is making his vehicles greener.View on euronews

    20/04/2022 - Euronews EN
  • The three-wheeled solar-powered electric car its Tunisian designer hopes will change city driving

    The founder and CEO of Bako Motors, hopes his device could provide a greener, cheaper alternative for his city’s residents. View on euronews

    11/03/2022 - Euronews EN