Today on Reddit I read a story of a Tesla Model S owner, who bought his Model S less than a month ago and was hit by a drunk driver. He was asking an advice for getting it repaired and not getting ripped off by the car insurance company.
As automotive designers and engineers envision a future where the car is electric, intuitive, and an extension of one’s self, Honda Motor Company presents a concept in Tokyo that personifies the next generation of attainable personal transportation.
Chevrolet Bolt and the new 2018 Nissan Leaf go head to head when it comes to comparing their price, range, charging and self-driving features. Let's compare their size, charging speed and several other parameters to see who wins.
Consumer Reports just rated Chevy Bolt above average and Volt below average in reliability, but some Volt owners, including a friend of mine have always praised the reliability of their First Gen Volts.
Several days ago I covered the story of one electric Jeep Wrangler, which was custom built by a private company and had some good crawling action. When I shared it with other Wrangler owners I was surprised to see how positive they are about a possible EV Jeep Wrangler, something you do not see a lot with other performance car owners.
If you live in a major metro region of California, you’re beginning to see 2017 Honda Clarity driving silently past you in the H.O.V. lane. That quirky “Green” neighbor of yours has a secret, and he or she has several reasons to smile.
Today as I scanning the Tesla discussions in forums and groups I noticed an interesting opinion, which claimed that Tesla will have more success with niche cars vs going mass market with Model 3, despite Model 3's success. Here is the loginc behind this claim and how Tesla CEO meets at least one of his goals no matter what.
Recently one automaker after another made announcements about their electric vehicle plans and it seems that all of them will eventually go electric. If they do Tesla, a clear leader with Nissan Leaf and Chevy Bolt will have certain advantages, but also disadvantages.