Electric Car News, Reviews, & Reports
Tesla is making no attempt to hide its upcoming semi. Rather, the automaker seems to be flaunting it. Check out its acceleration and sound up close.
Powered by the sun and built with recycled plastic, the Polar Explorer will attempt to reach the South Pole to spur environmental action.
So, our good friends an Engineering Explained can explain all of this much better than us. Let's hope we can collaborate in the future!
Renault sold this summer more all-electric cars than a year ago, but not much. In July some 2,765 were delivered (up 8%), while in August 2,924 (up 16%).
Right after facing and solving production hell issues, it seems that Tesla jumped right into another hell-ish scenario. Delivery hell. Could a dealership model...
Electric car buyers can offset much, perhaps all, of the price premium through generous federal and state incentives. Here's how.
This new California-based electric vehicle startup follows in Tesla's footsteps. The company's path to the present is truly interesting.
Tesla recently updated its Supercharging pricing structure (in North America) and there are several changes that you should know.
We continue to get more indication that Tesla is working to deliver a monumental amount of vehicles this month. Now, we get more potential big news.
Volkswagen produces cars in the U.S. in Chattanooga, Tennessee, which could be expanded to handle I.D. electric cars.
For e-bikes, the swappable battery has become an attractive option to consider. It’s now Yamaha’s turn jump on the train and it won’t be doing it alone.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, besides the fancy I.D. BUZZ CARGO, presents at the IAA several additional electric vehicles, some of which launch next year.
The British classic motoring specialist RBW Classic Electric Cars announced a new offer of electric classics - the RMW MGB Recreation and the RBW Jaguar XKSS...
Your wait for an all-electric minivan may come to a close in 2020 as the Portal concept gets a green light for production.
This Tesla kicks it pretty hard despite some crazy tough competition that includes a frickin' fighter jet.
Autogefühl definitely prefers the cabrio EQ over the coupe and considers convertible and electric a fantastic match.
This Wall Street analyst is not the first (or the only) person to insist that Tesla still doesn't have any credible competition.