Honda has joined a demonstration project for experimental vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology with its Accord Plug-in Hybrid model.
Steve Saleen confirmed this week that his company is developing an electric car and that a scale model will be unveiled early next year.
According to BMW’s head of marketing, the partnership between BMW and Toyota has already led to “big steps” in battery technology for electric vehicles.
The 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV will be the cheapest electric vehicle available on the market come 2014.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has formally requested detailed records from Tesla’s internal investigation on the Model S fire incidents.
Jaws hit desks when Cadillac announced that the upcoming ELR would cost almost $76,000 but according to company representatives, dealers and industry analysts that’s not likely to matter.
The investigation into three Tesla Model S fires have concluded in Germany, with the German Federal Motor Transport Authority issuing a statement concluding that there were no manufacturer-related defects.
According to a recent report, Chevrolet Volt owners are driving more electric-only miles than owners of the fully-electric Nissan Leaf.
Nissan is currently testing its new “Vehicle-to-Building” technology, which allows up to six Nissan Leaf electric vehicles to be connected to and provide electricity to a building’s power distribution board.
Saab will resume production of the 9-3 on Monday at its Trollhattan, Sweden facility.
Widespread implementation of electric cars might be closer than you think according to BMW product development boss Herbert Diess.
It’s that time of year again; time for extended families to cram together around an all-too-small table, eat themselves into a food coma, argue over football and be told by countless relatives how they should be living their lives. Yup, it is time to give thanks.
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The rumor mill is churning that BMW could stretch its i3 model to create a new family car, likely to be called the i5.
BMW is breaking new ground with its i3 city car, but European crash test results might be a sign of problems to come.
Electric vehicles face many hurdles compared to their conventional, internal-combustion-powered counterparts. Consumers are generally unfamiliar with them plus they have range-related issues, but that’s not all; pricing is also a problem for new-vehicle shoppers.
Nissan is continuing its push toward marketing a self-driving car, announcing today that it began testing on public roads in Japan.
Toyota is committed to bringing its hydrogen fuel cell vehicle to the U.S. market by 2015 and when it does there’s a chance that car will be a member of the Prius family.
According to a recent survey, 95 percent of U.S. car shoppers aren’t aware of state and local subsidies, rebates and other incentives related to plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles.
Fisker has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as part of a restructuring plan and sale to an investor group.
The Volkswagen e-Golf has made its North American debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.
A recent study has revealed that truck shoppers are the least likely to join the hybrid and electric vehicle movement.
The Tokyo Motor Show is host to more than its share of unusual concept vehicles and one of the most intriguing has got to be Nissan BladeGlider.
If being green is the new black, and hydrogen is the future of being green, will there be any color puns left to make?