August 8, 2013

World's first wireless electric vehicle begins test run in Korea

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Wireless electric charging bus developed by researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. The bus is capable of being charged while driving or stationary, thereby removing the need for a charging station. Arirang News report shows video demonstration of the bus in South Korean city of Gumi.


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