In some areas of the world, electric vehicle adoption is much more of a priority than in other areas. Check out these European countries and their commitment.
While OEMs are publicizing huge future electric car ventures, they also share substantial fears regarding the segment. Car shoppers tend to agree.
Some U.S. states, and particularly cities, are truly embracing and supporting the adoption of electric vehicles to a measurable level.
If Elon Musk's words ring true, 2018 will be the greenest year yet, and the Tesla Model 3 will surpass the Toyota Prius as the best-selling green car ever.
Toyota chairman says electric cars are not ready for mass production just yet due to long charging times and expense. And, Tesla is not a direct competitor.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi chief, Carlos Ghosn, sees that his belief in EVs was warranted as it's now coming true. However, he won't say he was right.
It's abundantly clear that the EV segment is destined to take over, but there are many factors that will impact exactly "when" and "how" this will play out.
Tesla's mission was to disrupt the transportation industry as we know it and convince others to follow suit. The plan is working and its momentum is growing.
The International Council of Clean Transportation recently reported on which international cities are leading the electric vehicle revolution.
Toyota renews its push for FCVs despite lousy sales and being keen on the fact that -- as Tesla's Elon Musk asserts -- the technology is "incredibly dumb.
According to Barclays, electric cars will contribute to a decrease in the daily global demand for oil equal to that of Iran's daily output by 2025.
FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne is known for his negative stance regarding EVs. He admits that he's friends with Elon but doesn't support the Tesla model.
It's high time for FCA to get with the program following major electric future announcements by GM and Ford. How about free food if you test drive an EV?
Electric and electrified mean the same thing, except in autos. Be wary of OEM's "electrifying" their lineups, which may not mean pure-electric vehicles.
Though electric cars may seem like they've been slow to catch on, history will likely repeat itself much like the transition from the horse to the Model T.
Though the auto industry, as well as other areas, is about to face significant disruption and turmoil, electric cars create a much-needed win for buyers.
Tesla continues to dominate the U.S. EV market, as well as that of Norway. It also tops the list for global EV sales, all without the Model 3.
German automakers have long supported the diesel engine and avoided diving headfirst into electric cars. Der Spiegel says Tesla is an existential challenge.
Many are debating whether an EV or an ICE car is best in hurricane-prone areas. Add a Tesla Powerwall/Solar Roof to the equation and we have a winner.
Morgan Stanley is becoming more bullish with their EV-related estimates and now the research group concludes that EVs will reach price parity with ICE cars by...
According to J.P. Morgan, it's inevitable that electric cars will disrupt a multitude of industries and Big Oil will fall as global demand subsides.
Toyota President Akio Toyoda sees the Silicon Valley way, and how Tesla works unconventionally. He envisions Toyota's EV path following this model.