General Motors is developing an electric car that can go 200 miles on a charge and would cost $30,000, The Wall Street Journal reports. The car would compete with luxury carmaker Tesla Motors, which plans to roll out its more affordable Model E late in 2016.
The EPA is expected to set limits on greenhouse-gas emissions by new power plants. Edelstein explores the implications such limits would have on the coal and electric car industries.
Coal may make electric cars dirtier to run in the short term, Voelcker writes. But, in the long term, its electric cars that help make the case for rendering coal obsolete.
Telsa ultimately may be acquired by a large global automaker, but a new column suggests a different suitor – Google. Would it be a good idea for Tesla and Google to join forces?
GreenWing International has announced the release of its first 50 eSpyder electric aircraft. On a fully charged battery, the single-seat plane can fly for 60 to 90 minutes at speeds up to 68 mph.
Porsche 918 Spyder makes its long-awaited debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show. The Porsche 918 Spyder will do 0 to 60 m.p.h. in just under 2.8 seconds, Porsche says.
The Ford C-Max Hybrid's sales are faring just fine, despite the PR pounding the car took because of worse-than-promised gas mileage. C-Max Hybrid sales climbed 12 percent last month.
The silence of electric vehicles are perfect for covert operations, and the cost benefits on military bases could be enormous.
Tesla Motors founder and CEO is planning a cross-country trip in a Tesla Motors Model S electric sedan. In these days of Model S electric cars and free Supercharger fast-charging networks, it no longer looks so daunting, Ingram writes.
Elon Musk wasn't exactly glowing about the electric car industry in a recent interview, calling the Chevy Volt 'unimpressive' and the battery on the Nissan Leaf 'primitive'. Is he just stirring the pot, or does the head-turning success of his Tesla Model S electric vehicle give Elon Musk the right to gloat?
Tesla is discovering that Hawaii is well suited to electric cars, and sales of the Tesla Model S in the state are starting to ramp up. What makes the Aloha state so plugin-friendly?
2014 Toyota Corolla includes a top-end S Plus for $22,110. Among the offerings for 2014, Toyota Corolla offers an LE Eco that gets 42 miles per gallon and a sporty S model with 17-inch allow wheels and leather steering wheel.
The Tesla Model S attained the highest-ever safety rating from the NHTSA. It's an impressive achievement, but we won't know whether the Tesla Model S is actually the safest car on the road until its closest competitors are tested as well.
2015 Nissan Titan is slated to receive a Cummins V-8 turbocharged diesel engine. The 2015 Nissan Titan is expected to offer better gas mileage than the current model's 15 miles per gallon combined highway, city driving.
Tesla crash test: The Tesla Model S was given the highest-ever safety score by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, meaning the electric car is not only eco-friendly but also sturdy in a crash. The Tesla Model S scored top marks in all safety categories.
North Carolina is on the verge of passing a bill that would outlaw local ordinances aimed at reducing congestion and associated air pollution, along with overall energy usage.
Audi may be coming around to the idea of electric propulsion. The car-maker will roll out a plug-in hybrid model, the A3 e-tron, next year.
The Honda Civic scores rave reviews — the Nissan Sentra, not so much.
Nissan sold 1,864 Leaf electric cars, a record for July, while Chevy Volt saw its sales go down from one year prior.