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Rivian Automotive, a startup founded in 2009, is finally going to exit stealth mode and show its cars - a pickup and a big SUV.
In a short but fascinating interview, Henrik Fisker weighs in on Elon Musk's Tesla role but also discloses a deal with a large OEM.
Take that Norway. The Netherlands just became the #1 market for Tesla Model S in all of Europe.
Dyson is trademarking the phrase "Digital Motor" for automotive use (earlier only for home appliances). Apparently, three electric cars are under development.
A novel new approach to increasing charging speed in solid-state batteries has been published, but is it enough to save this chemistry?
Ambev, a Brazilian brewing company, plans to add 1,600 EV trucks by 2023. EV trucks are exempt from new fixed minimum freight fares.
Penske Truck Leasing joins the Charging Interface Initiative (CharIN) to promote CCS Combo fast charging standard in trucks
Aston Martin chief Andy Palmer officially reveals the first production intent battery for the automaker's upcoming RapidE.
This just in. Teardown expert Sandy Munro is being threatened with a lawsuit for his recent dissection of a Tesla Model 3. Developing story.
Are you interested in EV battery tech? This second video from a two-part series dives even deeper into Tesla Model 3 batteries.
These Tesla owners team up for one pretty incredible Vegas road trip.
And yes, that includes both hybrid and fully electric vehicles – areas where Bentley is definitely looking to expand.
According to information compiled by ABRP, the Tesla Model 3 is killing it when it comes to EV road tripping.
Its debut in Australia reminds us of years ago when orders opened in the U.S.
Yes, it's real. Top speed is 44 miles per hour. It can reach an altitude of 9,800 feet, and the battery has a flight-life of 30 mins.
Is a super-luxury Rolls-Royce really the quietest car in the world? Is this true even when compared to a tiny, battery-powered city car? If so, what about the...
Scott Kubo demonstrated at 10 mile run of the Tesla Model 3 with Autopilot engaged at decent speed of 50-60 mph on the winding state route 79.
Rolls-Royce introduces in-house developed battery energy storage system for ships as demand is growing (expected 10-18 MWh in 2019)
Electrification is slowly making its way through the lineup of the Stuttgart-based automaker, but its most iconic model will be the last to be powered by batteries.