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.
Currently Asian battery suppliers dominate the market. But Germany would like to boost local industry and reduce automaker reliance on foreign cell production.
Nissan LEAF was approved for use Vehicle-To-Grid (V2G) in Germany (as the first car), which suggest that new projects are in the pipeline.
Fastned entered into a partnership with REWE Region Mitte in Germany to test the interest of EV drivers to fast charge vehicles while shopping for groceries.
In total, 4,719 new passenger plug-in cars were registered in September in Germany, which was 12% less than a year ago, but market share improved substantially.
It's always a positive sign that diesel cars are in retreat, as a consequence electrified models will appear as the only more efficient alternative to gasoline...
The German government was once hopping for million plug-in electric cars on the roads by year 2020, but that's no longer possible.
August was an ordinary month without any sensations in Germany as the growth of passenger plug-in car sales amounted to 23%.
Apparently Daimler/Mercedes – using a fake company name to claim they were a nursing service provider – hijacked the vehicle and took it to their testing lab.
In July, some 5,617 passenger plug-in electric cars were sold in Germany, which is 33% more than year ago at decent 1.77% market share.
Tesla has a real challenger here in the form of battery maker CATL, who will soon have multiple battery gigafactories.