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Aston Martin sẽ sản xuất phiên bản điện của những chiếc xe cũ nhằm đối phó lệnh cấm

There is a road where some automakers are drowning, rather than giving customers something. They are going to be "neo-liberal", meaning modern but blended with something of the past, images that are so familiar with success. Identify the brand of the manufacturer with a specific vehicle. This slightly different approach, but also a bit of a hint, is to make a campaign of turning cars into electric cars called "Heritage EV". There is a very simple and practical reason why the British automaker is in the process of overcoming fossil fuel ban in some European cities. The first car to be converted into a main electric car was the 1970s, with some refinements to fit the new powertrain. Inside the car will also be added a screen showing the information needed for the user, such as the remaining battery level of the car. Not only Aston Martin, some names may be referred to plans to revamp old cars with electric versions such as Porsche, Range Rovers and VW. Recently, Jaguar also said it will develop an electric-powered version of the E-Type 1960. In addition to the "Heritage EV" project, Aston Martin is also currently investing in development – Sports is produced in extremely limited quantities, promising to debut at the end of next year. Rapide E will use an 800-volt electric system that operates with a 65kWh battery, allowing for up to 320 km of mileage after each charge. It takes 4 seconds to accelerate from 0-100 km / h, before reaching a top speed of nearly 250 km / h. It is not known how much Rapide E will be sold, but only 50 are available. Source: The Verge