While some German automakers continue to talk about their transition to electric cars, there is still a concerted effort to cling to diesel.
This brand new Tesla Model 3 was just delivered to a German owner. He immediately hit the Autobahn to try it out at high speeds. How did it fare? Watch to find out.
According to the latest news from Germany, Volkswagen encountered conflict with its lithium-ion battery supplier LG Chem. This could become a big problem for VW.
The year 2019 began in Germany with 6,767 new passenger plug-in electric car registrations, which is 20% more than a year ago.
The year 2018 in Germany closed with 67,504 new plug-in electric car registrations (up 24% year-over-year) at an average of 1.96% market share.
Mercedes-Benz recently delivered three all-electric eCitaro buses to Rhein-Neckar-Verkehr GmbH, which will operate them in Heidelberg and Mannheim.
Audi was expected to begin volume deliveries of Audi e-tron in late 2018, but it seems that February is now the new date in Germany.
When the project is completed, Rüsselsheim will have highest EV charging point concentration in the European Union.
After 11 months of this year, total new passenger plug-in car registrations reached 61,793 at an average of over 1.9% market share.
Daimler selected ChargePoint to deploy charging solutions for Mercedes-Benz dealerships ahead of the launch of the EQC electric crossover.
FastCharge launched in Germany an ultra-fast charging station rated for 450 kW and at up to 920 V. This system charges a Porsche at over 400 kW.
According to a recent report, the Tesla Model 3 will begin its rollout in Germany in February 2019. Things are about to get really interesting.
Scania announced that in May 2019 will supply 15 R 450 hybrid trucks for the German eHighway trials. The trucks can drive under electric power alone.
Through 2018 (January-October), Audi in Germany was registering on average more than 20 all-electric cars every month (234 total). In November alone 220 were...
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.
The good news is that Daimler is quickly receiving new orders for the eCitaro electric bus and soon should exceed 100.
Plug-in electric car sales in Germany barely increased in October as many plug-in hybrid models disappeared from the market due to WLTP.
It is debatable which countries in Europe are the most electric car friendly. Here is the list of eight proposed by EVANNEX.
Mercedes-Benz delivered its first all-electric bus, the eCitaro, to Hamburger Hochbahn, which earlier this year placed an order for 20 units.
Tesla Model 3 presentations started in selected stores in Europe, attracting tremendous interest. First images and videos show that enthusiasm is strong.