Just a year into its life, the Chevy Spark EV will be updated for 2015 with an entirely new battery pack. The change will reduce costs and is indicative of GM’s sincere interest in building quality electric vehicles.
Some automakers have failed spectacularly at marketing their plug-in offerings. After the spine-tingling launch of the i8 global campaign, it is clear that every automaker should take lessons from BMW.
It is no secret that Toyota believes the future of zero-emission transportation lies with hydrogen fuel, not batteries. The company’s Lexus brand went a bit too far attempting to force their opinion upon visitors to their website.
First quarter deliveries of Model S did not blow anyone away, eclipsing Tesla’s expectations by a slim margin. However, if the company’s projections hold true an enormous Q3 and Q4 could be on the way.
The stunning Rimac Concept_One has not seen much progress since its unveiling at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show, but recent investments have brought the Croatian startup closer to its goal of producing “the best car in the world.”
Recently the California Air Resources Board has been suffering from a shortage of resources, namely cash. The wildly successful Clean Vehicle Rebate Program needed an infusion of funds that the agency has now provided.
A popular refrain from critics and some news outlets is that electric vehicles may not represent an environmental benefit over conventional vehicles due to pollution from power plants and battery production. It is time to put an end to the misinformation.
Someday in the future you may be able to back your electric car out of the garage, unfold its wings, and lift off into the air to proceed to your destination through the skies. And the future could arrive ahead of schedule.