Karma Automotive dropped a new teaser photo for its redesigned Revero PHEV, giving us just a taste of what’s to come for the company’s plug-in hybrid sedan.
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Price-conscious shoppers will be able to get a Standard Range model with rear-wheel drive and 230 miles of range for $39,000.
The electric automaker will also reveal the next-generation Revero and a new project with Pininfarina.
The latest adventure is a full-on luxury sedan showdown where 625 horsepower (466 kilowatts) is the least powerful machine in the group. Will the electric win?
Kia set about building an electric crossover that, according to the automaker, doesn’t belong to any specific segment. Some might say such a definition...
The company envisions the car as being somewhat modular, ready to accept a range of electric motors and battery setups from different automakers.
A new report from Top Gear reveals Hamilton’s desire to create a special edition of this mental machine. It wouldn’t be just a car with a spiffy badge and...
Three versions will be on display, emphasizing various aspects of the electric hypercar.
Have you wanted to build your own epic hypercar but never figured out all the technical design stuff in school? Now, your dream can come true.
An Audi e-tron GT electric car concept is waiting for us in the afterlife. Sort of, anyway. But cashews too? Why cashews?
The model starts at $88,895 and comes fully equipped with the luxury and dynamic handling packages, the latter of which includes adaptive suspension and air-ride...
The aerodynamic details are just as extreme as its F1-derived plug-in hybrid powertrain.
What’s the end-game for VW in this move? The company has a bold plan to offer upwards of 20 electric cars by 2025.
It's an evaluation of the plug-in hybrid car's handling prowess ... and the driver's courage.
That's a benchmark time Porsche is reportedly using for its next-generation hypercar.
The company revealed more teaser photos of its forthcoming electric hypercar, including a gorgeous silhouette shot that certainly has our attention.
This fan rendering draws considerable inspiration from the Taycan, Porsche’s forthcoming electric supercar that’s due for the 2020 model year.
What’s up with this camo-wrapped model wearing heavy coverings on the front end? Actually, we should draw your attention to the back.
Aside from the bonkers factor of racing an Audi in reverse against a 700 hp Porsche, you have to see this video simply for the gamut of legitimate fear.
On paper, all three cars have virtually identical times to 100 km/h (62 mph) but as everyone knows, bench racing doesn’t automatically transfer to real life.
Rather than shutting passengers around town, the automaker envisions the 360c as an alternative to air travel. Seriously? Yeah, seriously.