Electric Cars May Soon Be Able To Charge As They Drive

One of the downsides about owning an electric car is that it takes significantly more time to charge your car, as opposed to the short time it takes to fill a gas car up with fuel. So now a company called Qualcomm Technologies has demonstrated an amazing new invention for electric cars that helps solve this problem. They have officially tested something called Halo DEVC, which is a system that’s integrated in the road to charge an electric car as it drives.

The system is currently being evaluated for its feasibility and will have the official results by the end of this year. It seems like a really great idea and it’s been proven to work so far. Having the road charge an electric car instead of going to a charging station sounds really convenient and will definitely save people a ton of time if this gets approved in the future.

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Source: TechCrunch