Author: Domenick Yoney
Hyundai has hired another battery supplier to help meet demand in the U.S. for their new all-electric compact crossover.
The classic Ford Mustang is getting electrified and going upscale as a limited production version is revealed by a British outfit.
Tesla's attempt at trademarking "Teslaquila" comes under attack from the body that serves to protect the integrity of the alcoholic beverage, tequila.
The EV Drive Coalition brings a number of automakers and other organizations together in an effort to reform the EV federal tax credit.
Wow! A plug-in hybrid minivan claims the status of best family car? Gotta love that for sure. But is it all it's chalked up to be?
It might not be on the radar of as many electric vehicle buyers as some of its competitors, but it still has at least one thing going for it.
What can you learn from towing an electric vehicle around a neighborhood for a mile or so? Watch and learn!
Our friends over at Edmunds are quite pleased that they managed to drive 70 miles in a 2019 example of Chevrolet's plug-in hybrid on a single charge.
Looks like Volkswagen is shooting for the mass market with a super affordable all-electric crossover.
The Model S that the Tesla CEO drives is equipped with a special version of the Autopilot software that he can tweak to make more "aggressive."
Not content to rely on tests devised by others, a British publication has created its own system and crowned the Hyundai Kona Electric the range leader.
The extent of Volkswagen's plans for a battery-powered future becomes more clear with word of two additional factories being considered for EV production.
Toyota's plug-in version of the Prius spends some time in the hands of The Straight Pipes who tell what's to love and loathe about the car.
There will be no Tesla scooter, says Musk, but the Tesla pickup truck will be some sort of Blade Runner contraption that will blow your mind.
Word is out that Hyundai plans to bring a second electric vehicle to India in 2019, but there remains some doubt as to which model it will be.
Chevrolet's all-electric hatch is back again for 2019 and the guys from The Straight Pipes have an entertaining, but informative, review.