Plug-in electric car sales in Germany keep growing – in April some 5,803 passenger cars were registered (up 62% year-over-year).
German governments seems to be concerned about the position of German automotive industry in the EV competition. Tells automakers to invest bullions into EVs.
IONITY launched its first ultra-fast charging station with six chargers, located on the A61 motorway in Brohltal Ost in Germany.
It seems used Tesla Model 3 sedans being purchased and exported is going to become a growing trend. The newest related story involves a German rental car company...
Germany just set new plug-in electric car sales record in March maintaining 2% market share both for the month and for the first quarter.
The other big news is seeing the two first Hyundai Kona Electrics being registered.
Deutsche Telekom representatives revealed to German media that the company intends to build 12,000 charging stations.
Germany continues the good run of plug-in electric car sales growth in January 2018, fueled by strong demand for the smart cars.
Almost every second plug-in electric car sold in 2017 was produced by Chinese brands. Germany and U.S. were 2nd and 3rd behind China.
Because of the high number of plug-in hybrids, German OEMs held around 35% of that segment in the U.S. in 2017.
Daimler began deliveries of the FUSO eCanter all-electric trucks to first customers in Europe - DHL, DB Schenker, Rhenus and Dachser.
BMW announced that it entered in partnership with the Deutsche Post DHL to supply battery modules for the Streetscooter electric delivery vehicles.
Thanks to a tremendous growth rate, Germany set all kinds of plug-in electric car sales record sin November, for the very first time crossing 2% market share.
Germany continued its outstanding run of plug-in electric vehicle sales growth in October, achieving the country's 2nd best ever result.
Not happy with just going out and building its own all-electric postal fleet, now DHL wants to incorporate autonomous driving tech too!
September 2017 was the best month for plug-in EV sales in Germany to date. In total, 5,365 plug-ins were registered, 75% more than year ago.
While European automotive companies gearing up to jump on the electric car bandwagon, CEOs and analysts have grave concerns.
German automakers have long supported the diesel engine and avoided diving headfirst into electric cars. Der Spiegel says Tesla is an existential challenge.
The German state of Hesse has commissioned Siemens to build its eHighway, an overhead contact line for electrified freight transportover a 10 km (6.2 miles...
A lot of markets are seeing high growth rates for plug-in sales this year, but it seems no one can equal Germany in 2017, as its surge continues.
The newly announced BMW i3s with upgraded 135 kW electric motor and performance tweaks will be nearly 10% more expensive than the standard i3.