They may look like manhole covers, but they're sure to give your ride a jolt. Developed by Hevo Power, the spots are cordless, can still be used as parking spaces, and come with an app that can assist drivers of electric and hybrid cars with finding available open spots. The first wave of stations will appear in Washington Square Park.
In other news, this artist's canvas is Bounty-ful, and this halftone fence has a hidden image. See the headlines after the jump.
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(Image: Hevo Power)