California is taking further steps to embrace electric vehicles.
Tesla hasn’t even started on its first Gigafactory and California is already hoping for a second.
The future of electric motoring has the green light for testing in real-world traffic scenarios.
The Nissan Leaf led the way in a record-setting EV parade.
Tesla Model S owners can expect a software update in the near future.
Embattled Tesla is still soldiering on in New Jersey courts for the right to sell its cars directly to customers.
If you thought those Nissan NISMO mashups were bizarre, you’ll want to take a look at this.
Tesla‘s legal battles continue nationwide, but the company has received a favorable outcome in Massachusetts.
The world’s largest lithium-ion battery factory just received a massive tax break.
There will be more to the Tesla Model III when it arrives in 2017 than an “affordable” price and roughly 200 miles of driving range.
Kia is the latest automaker to put an all-electric vehicle up for sale, with the new 2015 Soul EV receiving a $33,700 base price tag not including destination charges.
Thanks to stricter emissions laws than the rest of the country, California alone accounts for nearly half of plug-in vehicle sales in the US.
The Tesla Gigafactory will be built in. . . the state of Nevada.
Soon, wealthy electric vehicle shoppers in the state of California won’t benefit from incentives.
The Tesla Model S might be a popular car among some enthusiasts, but apparently it’s not all that “hot.”
When the next generation of the Nissan Leaf is revealed, it will have a whole new look and a larger driving range.
Volkswagen has just announced pricing and availability for its first fully electric model to be offered in North America.
The BMW i8 will be seen at Formula E events worldwide.
The Kia hamsters are back and this time they’ve brought some friends.
Automotive legend Steve Saleen probably isn’t the first person you think of for high-performance electric cars, but that will be changing soon.
Owners of the Tesla 85 kWh Model S now have an infinite mile warranty.
A new all-electric supercar has been revealed at Pebble Beach with hopes of filling a vacant niche, and taking the fight to Italian exotics.
Rolls-Royce is looking to offer an alternative drivetrain vehicle, but not because customers are asking for it.
Saleen has given us the first glimpse at its electric car development.