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Video of the week: The interesting history of electric cars

20/10/2019
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The electric car market has skyrocketed in recent years, with plug-in EVs and hybrids taking up an increasingly large percentage of the product slate of almost every major automotive brand. Whatever your thoughts on the future of the internal combustion engine, there’s no denying that electric vehicles will continue to be a major modern trend in automotive manufacturing.

But did you know that the electric car industry actually dates back as far as 1828? This week’s video comes from Interesting Engineering, who have looked back almost two centuries to examine the full history of the electric vehicle:

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