The market for electric cars is about to explode with a rich assortment of new models coming to market in the not-too-distant future. Here's what to expect.
Mercedes’ new E-Class petrol-electric plug-in hybrid has gone on sale in the UK, with prices starting at just under £47,500.
We track all plug-in electric vehicles sales in the U.S. on a month-to-month basis. Let's take a look at how the month of November played out.
Every month we share U.S. plug-in electric vehicle sales and insight in our monthly report card. What will November 2018 bring?
Mercedes-Benz performs last tests of the all-electric EQC at the Nürburgring Nordschleife and evens slides the electric SUV around some corners.
The upcoming new generation Mercedes-Benz GLE plug-in hybrid is expected to have up to 100 km (62 miles). Seen here, M-B ups the performance ante too.
This most recent video by CarWow gives us a four-way race between a BMW i8 plug-in hybrid, facing against some tough internal combustion engine competition.
The good news is that Daimler is quickly receiving new orders for the eCitaro electric bus and soon should exceed 100.
Mercedes-Benz delivered its first all-electric bus, the eCitaro, to Hamburger Hochbahn, which earlier this year placed an order for 20 units.
The Mercedes-Benz version would ride on the same platform as the Smart but with a longer wheelbase for a little more room inside.
The current electric Mercedes-Benz eSprinter lacks range, but if Tesla teamed up with Daimler, as hinted at by Elon Musk, that could change.
Gary Paffett was once caught out by inexperience, when he thought the DTM was "too easy" after a first title. After a 13-year wait for his second championship...
The world's first electric vehicle featuring a fuel cell and plug-in hybrid technology has arrived. Is this the future? We think not.
While the EV transition, and especially Tesla, has been pushing forward with increasing force for some time, German automakers seem caught off guard.
In a wide-ranging electric vehicle discussion, John McElroy takes it to the European automakers over their insistence on radiator grills.
Mercedes-Benz maybe thought that if it sent a couple of its latest models/prototypes out on a foggy morning for a spin, no one would notice... well, someone did.
Tesla has just surpassed Mercedes-Benz to become the world's most followed car brand on Twitter. No doubt much of this is driven by CEO Elon Musk.