Electric Vehicles

Ford Transit

Ford Transit van Plugin Hybrid Van ready to conquer the delivery market

As European countries continue to crack down on emissions from road vehicles, automakers are stepping up with solutions to reduce levels of smog-causing nitrogen oxides, especially in city centers. Ford identified the commercial vehicle segment as one it believes is a prime candidate for electrification, and earlier this month it revealed its Ford Transit Plug-In Hybrid van.
VW ID Crozz

Volkswagon I.D. Crozz is the new interpretation of the crossover

The all-wheel-drive concept would have an estimated 302 hp and a 311-mile range. Volkswagen re-energizes its push towards electrification in 2020 by debuting the I.D. Crozz II concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show. This compact crossover picks up on the cues from the earlier I.D. Crozz but gives it a more eye-catching two-tone color scheme of Hibiscus Red Metallic and a silver roof.
Electrick Car Tax

Plug-in vehicles and tax planning. It's that time again

In my day job as a vehicle salesperson, specializing in plug-in vehicles, I am constantly amazed to see how little understanding there is about the federal government’s Income Tax Credit for EVs and plug-in hybrids. I’ve even had tax professionals give incorrect guidance to their clients, so here’s a bit of info...
Tesla Model S 75D

I turned in my Model 3 reservation today for a Tesla Model S 75D, PUP and Autopilot order

There is so much excitement around the Tesla Model 3 and anticipation for it that we forget that there is another trend too. I have already heard number of stories that people turned in their Model 3 reservation for Tesla Model S. One of them is this story.
Tesla Model S P100D Red

Tesla Model S $30K Price Drop? No, Tesla Doesn’t do Deals

A recent email from a Tesla dealer caught the attention of the Tesla Motors Club. A very interesting and unusual sentence was in this email “We are offering showroom incentives up to $30,000 off the original configuration price.” This phrase is not one Tesla themselves say often, and with a standard list no lower than $75,000 did the Model S and Model X just drop in price, if so why now?

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