First it was electric vehicles that were at the center of fire controversy, and now it could be their chargers.
Nissan Leaf owners will get to save more than just fuel costs in the coming years.
Electric cars are spreading throughout the industry, and one German automaker is ramping up production to make sure it can meet demand.
No surprise here – Tesla has issued a rebuttal to the recent law suit filed by the so-called Lemon Law King.
General Motors is betting big on its next-generation Volt, with more electrified vehicles on the way.
The self-proclaimed “Lemon Law King” has filed the first lemon law suit against Tesla.
Chevrolet is expected to diversify its Volt nameplate with a successor to the current car along with an electric-only variant with a shorter driving range.
Tesla will be feeling a financial squeeze this year thanks to new rules from the California government.
Tesla has no intentions of going down without a fight in the state of New Jersey and has filed notice that it intends to sue.
In the future, Volkswagen’s electric cars won’t even need to be plugged in.
A new boutique electric sports car maker has finally revealed its plans for production after numerous delays.
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Cadillac’s extended range electric car has barely been on sale long enough for people to realize it’s available, and it’s already being recalled.
Sales of electrified vehicles are picking up steam and in doing so they’re making an impact on America’s consumption of fossil fuel.
Many automakers offer electric cars, but it’s rare to see one at your local dealership or on the road. The reason, it turns out, is due to government regulations.
Tesla stores in the state of Ohio are safe… for now.
The BMW i8 looks and performs like an exotic supercar, but does it sound like one?
Electric cars would be much easier to sell if they didn’t take so long to charge and BMW might have a solution up its sleeve.
It appears that Tesla‘s fight against auto dealerships nationwide is just beginning.
With emissions regulations becoming stricter, automakers are turning towards their more fuel-efficient models to help meet those rules.
As expected, Tesla will be fighting back against the recent ruling in New Jersey.
Is there room for more contenders in the electric vehicle segment? With combined sales of the Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S making up over 80 percent of all EV sales so far in 2014, it looks like the market is pretty much spoken for.
Do you believe in second chances? Chinese automotive group Wanxiang certainly does.
A vehicle that won the 1975 12 Hours of Sebring race has returned to the winner’s circle 39 years later.