Coodo futuristic tiny houses come with high-tech smart features (Digital Trends)
Often moving into a tiny house means sacrificing some comforts, but the Coodo is packed with high-tech luxury.
If you’re going to have a tiny home, why not make it a smart one? LTG Lofts to Go, a Hamburg, Germany-based company, recently created the Coodo 64. At 720-square-feet, the home is larger than most of its other tiny homes, with some versions of the Coodo measuring as small as 200 square feet. Like all Coodos, its futuristic design and smart features make it different than most other modular and tiny houses.
Chevy Bolt EV added to Maven’s LA car- and ride-sharing fleet (Motor Authority)
Users of General Motors’ new car- and ride-sharing service Maven in the Los Angeles area are now able to access the automaker’s Chevrolet Bolt EV. More than 100 of the 238-mile electric hatchbacks will eventually be added to the fleet.
Maven itself was only launched at the start of 2016 as a new car-sharing service with fleets of Chevy vehicles all owned by GM. Via an app, users of the service can locate, book and gain access to the cars in the fleet.
Hyundai Prices the 124-Mile Ioniq EV at $29,500 (PlugIn Cars)
Hyundai announced today that it will sell its Ioniq electric car for $29,500, which after a federal tax incentive, drops the price to $22,000. That sticker price—for an all-electric vehicle officially rated to go 124 miles on a single charge—handily beats chief competitors on economics, driving range or both. The first US sales of the Hyundai will begin in the coming weeks.
[…] The top-of-the-line Ioniq begins at $32,500. All Ioniq electric models are equipped with a standard 100-kW DC quick charger and come with lifetime warranty on the battery pack. In California, the Ioniq EV will also be offered on a subscription model that bundles the vehicle lease, maintenance and charging in a single monthly payment. More details about trim levels, specifications and pricing will be available later this month.