From Quick-Charge Electric Cars to Folding Commuter Bikes

 - Feb 18, 2018
February 2018 eco transport trends reveal a steadfast focus on electric, chargeable vehicles, as well as streamlining environmentally friendly commutes for those who live in urban areas.

An example of the former is the BYTON Concept, an electric vehicle that was recently revealed at CES 2018. The electric car is able to offer a battery life that lasts up to 250 miles, and it can be charged 80% in just 30 minutes–resolving one of the main issues that people have with electric cars.

Those who live in urban areas who prefer eco-friendly modes of travel will likely require products like the KwikFold, a bike that can fold down in just one second. Other innovations in this area include the Seattle Cycles MetroBike–an electric bike that can fold up, and the Letscycle dock-less bike sharing service.