For months, all Volkswagen would say about the range of its e-Golf for the U.S. market was “between 70 and 90 miles” depending on driving conditions.
Better late than never, we say.
Ford is a bit of an enigma in the electric vehicle sector.
When I last reported on a hybrid sales milestone by Toyota, it was January of this year. Back then, Toyota had just passed 6 million in total hybrid sales worldwide.
Toyota is introducing two new trim levels this model year on the 2015 Camry.
It is getting hard to keep track of Tesla’s state-by-state battles with auto dealer lobbies and politicians over the automaker’s direct sales model.
The Mini brand has found a comfortable niche here in the United States, and it won’t be long before a plug-in model is introduced.
Though Cadillac’s new CEO and former Infiniti boss Johan de Nysschen is not known to be overly fond of electric vehicles, he has yet to put the brakes on the electrified plans of GM’s luxury brand.
Mitsubishi is showing the world the future of performance cars and it’s here now at the Paris Motor Show 2014.
Let’s get one thing straight from the start. Quick and fast are not necessarily the same thing, though the words are often used interchangeably.
Earlier this morning we brought you the news that Elon Musk had finally introduced the world to his “D”, which happened to be the inclusion of a dual motor/all-wheel drive option to the Tesla Model
Anyone doubting Volkswagen’s commitment to electric vehicles ought to pay close attention to last week’s comments from Dr. Heinz-Jakob Neusser, the head of powertrain development at VW.