Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 29, 2013
With electric vehicles becoming more and more the topic of conversation, the public has begun to ask where electric transportation could go in the future. A new article from the electric plane tug producer, LEKTRO Inc., is informing people on where technology is currently at and where the future could take it. It explains the start of the trend toward electric motors, the present circumstances surrounding them, and what to look or in future technology.
The article opens with an interesting paragraph on hybrid vehicles and the how they segwayed in the push toward all-electric transportation. These hybrid vehicles became popular and changed the industry, but these are no longer what people are looking to for clean and efficient transportation. “A new era has arrived,” the article read. “Hybrid cars are not enough anymore - the trend is going toward all-electric solutions. Tesla motors has leapt to the seen with the Model S, which boast an entirely electric engine that can charge easily and deliver the performance of a sports car. Nissan has manufactured the Leaf, an all-electric car with incredible power efficiency. Other companies have set out to do likewise and brought a variety to these electric cars to the market.”
New electric locomotives have entered the scene from Amtrak, LEKTRO is steadily producing efficient electric plane tugs, and even fully electric airplanes have found their way into the market. And with all-electric vehicles as the topic of conversation, there are a number of advances which one could expect to see soon. Electric charging stations replacing gas stations may sound far-fetched, but this article explains how this change could happen in the foreseeable future. Battery development is taking place to make each charge last longer. Even electric motors are seeing changes to decrease cost and avoid using precious metals. This information and more is available in the fascinating new article.
LEKTRO, Inc is a family-owned business based on the premise that hard work and quality materials combine to produce stellar results. Building on the foundation of innovation begun by the late Wilt Paulson in 1945, Wilt and Violet's son Eric has shepherded the company to world-wide reach and continuous expansion into new and more challenging marketplaces. Contact them or visit their website for more information.
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