Korean researchers unveil a compact electric car which folds up on command, allowing several to be parked close together to conserve space in tight urban areas.
A groundbreaking wireless electric vehicle charging technology that works on the go enters greater field trials via being equipped on mass transit buses.
The KAIST OLEV, an electric bus, recharges its batteries without cables. The World Economic Forum has selected it as one of the world’s promising tech for 2013.
The Seoul Amusement Park in South Korea is now using three all-electric, wireless charged trams developed by the KAIST to ferry tourists around the grounds.