A leading consulting and research firm in Mountain View, California, Frost & Sullivan, has released its prediction for 2015 electric car sales. The group believes that about 480,000 battery electric vehicles (EVs) will be sold worldwide by the end of the year.
The company estimates that 320,000 EVs were sold globally in 2014, meaning that the prediction for 2015 would equal a 50 percent increase in sales. While this is certainly impressive growth and reflects the slow process of mass adoption among consumers, it's important to put these numbers in perspective.
Back in January, the internet exploded with talk of an electric Tesla P95D beating the tar out of a new Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.
As is their wont, Tesla Motors built up a lot of hype before rolling out their latest announcement, this time explaining how a simple software update will "eliminate range anxiety" in the Tesla Mod
This spring the all-new 2016 Volvo XC90 will bring many firsts to the Volvo brand here in the US.
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If you were thinking that the all-wheel-drive version of the 60-kWh Tesla Model S would be perfect for you, brace yourself for some bad news.
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The Tesla Model S is sort of like that person you knew in high school that just seemed to be good at everything. It’s like the ideal combination of jock, nerd, and badass.
This past week Michigan cleaned up a little mess in a state law it had on the books that prevented automakers from selling direct once the automaker had established dealerships.