Electric cars are no exception to safety-related recalls. We’re listing posted recalls below for all EVs sold in the U.S., both current and since discontinued.
The automakers signed a memorandum of understanding to investigate future alliances on shared EVs, autonomous vehicles, and mobility services.
Tesla and GM might swear off plug-in hybrids. But not everybody wants a pure EV. Automakers are going to produce a ton of these PHEVs.
Lincoln is going to introduce its first all-electric car using Ford's BEV platform, which first we will see in an upcoming crossover/SUV inspired by the Mustang.
Ford and Volkswagen are exploring the potential of collaboration on EVs, autonomous vehicles and mobility services.
The big, breakthrough year for electric cars will be 2020. The list of coming is EVs is incredible. We can't wait for Ford's electric SUV.
Ford intends to conduct deep restructurization of its entire business in Europe. The focus is on strengthening competitiveness and profitability of the company.
The month of December shows another amazing increase in U.S. EV sales. Despite GM numbers being low, others like Toyota, Honda, and BMW make up the difference.
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 December and the end of 2018 played out.
Every month we share U.S. plug-in electric vehicle sales and insight in our monthly report card. What will December 2018 bring?
Ask and ye shall receive. From time to time we've been asked to separate sales reports for plug-in hybrid and all-electric cars. Here you go.
Check out all these nifty charts, plus discussion comparing the Rivian R1T electric pickup truck to the Ford F-150.
In fact, one electric model in particular accounts for 36% of all plug-in sales in the U.S. You have 3 guesses which one.
This year, the first manufacturers will hit cumulative sales of 200,000 plug-in electric cars in the U.S., which triggers the phaseout of the $7,500 federal tax...
It seems Ford may have settled on a name for its upcoming Mustang-inspired electric crossover as the automaker recently trademarked Mach E.
Ford promises that production and sales of the series-hybrid with plug-in capability will begin next year, but it will be a European-only car.
Lincoln hasn’t released pricing yet, nor is the automaker ready to release battery size or electric range.
The Ford Fusion Energi has been updated for 2019 with a refreshed look and larger battery, but does that make it suddenly competitive in the PHEV segment?