The comment made this month in my sales comparison between the Nissan Leaf and the Chevrolet Volt comes from reader Bluephrog, who made the following comment:
Torque News recently had an opportunity to drive the amazing new Camaro ZL 1 on and off the racetrack. Purely by coincidence, our tester then drove a four-door Camaro wagon.
If you have often imagined yourself driving down a mountain road in the fall in an open top roadster with leaves falling all around and making a wake behind you, then you should take action now.
The last great car society on Earth is not the United States. Nor is it Germany, or Italy. Certainly it is not Japan, which has moved to little toy cars that look like a cartoon.
Not too many people would argue against the fact that the successful mass adoption of electric vehicles, EV hinges on the feasibility of producing clean and renewable energy.
Did you notice any coverage of this in any of the media you get your news from?
In 1981 the first luggable computer, the Osborne 1, went on sale to become very popular.
How do electric car owners handle trips just outside the driving range of their car?
Maybe it has to do with the emotional investment we place in our automobiles, what they reveal about our values, politics, lifestyle or attitudes.
Research conducted by ICM Research on behalf of Kwik Fit, the United Kingdom's largest auto repair chain, found that a huge number of drivers are guilty of what they call "Dashboard Denial."