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Higher costs relative to traditional vehicles are just one of the hurdles facing the industry as it races to bring electric cars into the mainstream.
Ford, Fiat-Chrysler, Nissan, VW and Mazda were among the notable absences at this year’s show.
At a time when some doubt is being cast about the public’s attitude to driverless cars and manufacturers, including Volvo, appear keen to introduce new electric vehicle sub-brands, Volvo instead gave another glimpse of its own autonomous electric vehicle, the 360c. Not too long ago, the Chinese-owned Swedish automaker teased a single tone from an […]
The new model will offer top-of-the-range performance and a limited electric-only capability for the 508’s sporty GT trim.
Despite ongoing issues with production of current models and glitches with its autonomous drive systems, Tesla is still pushing ahead with developing more new and exciting models. In his usual fashion, Tesla’s Elon Musk has been revealing details on Twitter of the short-nose pickup truck his company intends to build. Along with revealing some of […]
Porsche unveiled the 911 Speedster Concept as well as the name of its first all-electric sports car, the Taycan.
The C-HR EV is part of the Japanese automaker’s pledge to deliver 10 electric cars to the Chinese market by the end of 2020.
Henrik Fisker unveiled his $129,000 electric luxury car Tuesday, in a rebooted effort by the renowned auto designer to take on Tesla and others.
The company has revealed it is planning to sell as many as 5.5 million electrified vehicles per year, including one million zero-emission EVs, by the year 2030.
The Japanese automaker was ranked 16th overall in Newsweek’s Global 500 greenest companies, but number one among vehicle manufacturers.