Norwegians must be out of things to sue over.
The Chevrolet Bolt, GM's answer to Tesla, just announced that it's new electric vehicle will cost $37,495.
Toyota’s intentions with the fuel cell-powered Mirai EV are pure. The company wants to produce a hydrogen-fueled EV for the masses.
The 2017 Chevrolet volt has just been awarded the IIHS Top Safety Pick+. This is the highest safety award any vehicle can earn, and the Chevrolet volt took that award home.
Get a grip. My point remains valid.
Tesla Motors has long claimed its Model S sedan is one of the safest cars in the U.S. marketplace, but it has yet to be tested by the Insurance Institue For Highway Safety (IIHS).
While the range on the Chevrolet Bolt is very impressive, the car also brims with other innovative technology: customizable infotainment screen (hardware and software designed by LG), surround vision (allowing a bird’s eye view of the vehicle), rear camera view (which eliminates the blind spots when the driver backs up the vehicle), 4G data sharing, and Apple Carplay/Android Auto connectivity. Journalists were surprised by the car’s agile feel and verve on pre-production units. 0-60 mph is expected at 7 seconds.
Chevy Bolt Size vs Tesla Model 3 Size
Anyone who has driven a modern hybrid vehicle knows that at times the vehicle is powered only by electricity.
“An MIT spinout is preparing to commercialize a novel rechargeable lithium metal battery that offers double the energy capacity of the lithium ion batteries...The battery essentially swaps out a co
In August of 2013 gasoline was $3.54 on average in the U.S. according to AAA. The fun times of gas near $2.00 hadn’t yet started, and Toyota’s Prius was setting sales records.