If you were hoping something monumental would come from the “Hack-a-Tesla” contest in China, prepare to be disappointed.
Tesla is gearing up to produce its next model.
Europe’s counterpart to the Chevrolet Volt is slated for discontinuation.
Tesla’s “affordable” third generation sedan might have a name to run with instead of being called the Model E.
BMW is willing to play ball with another automaker if it means reducing electric car battery costs.
Tesla has decided to settle with the self-proclaimed King of the Lemon Laws, Vince Megna.
Hacking computer networks and security systems is so last year. It’s all about hacking cars now.
Mitsubishi has crushed the record for the fastest EV at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb.
Owners of the all-electric Nissan Leaf currently have access to 2,600 free charging stations across the US, and the company says that number is set to grow.
Nissan has announced numerous changes to its 2015 lineup.
BMW wants to cut the cable when it comes to charging its i3 and i8 models.
Honda has announced that it’ll be heading to this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with a total of six cars.
Toyota is no longer perceived as the most environmentally conscious automaker in the world.
The Mercedes-Benz B-Class actually has a larger battery than the German automaker is advertising.
Tesla is still in its infancy and yet at least one industry analyst says it is the most important automobile manufacturer in the world.
Premium automotive brands will blaze the trail into wireless charging for electric cars, a leading analysis firm predicts.
Audi is preparing a lineup of high-performance electric cars, but we may not see them for some time.
The next step for Tesla to resume sales in New Jersey has been approved.
Detroit Electric is preparing to launch the SP:01 electric sports car that it promises will be the world’s fastest electric vehicle.
Through social media, some stories have a life of their own. AutoGuide.com has compiled a list of this week’s most shared stories through Facebook, Twitter and Google+. This past week, rumors of a BMW Z7 surfaced as a potential twin to the new Toyota Supra sports car. The joint projects between BMW and Toyota are expected to make…
Nissan’s high-tech race car looks like it belongs on Cyrano de Bergerac and it’s also really, really fast.
Nissan will be putting its latest prototype commercial electric vehicle to the test in Portland, Ore.
Executives from BMW and Tesla met on Wednesday to strategize on how best to encourage electric car adoption.
Tesla announced today that it will allow open source access to its technology in an effort to encourage global electric vehicle adoption.