The development of the Nissan LEAF has an interesting history that's more than six decades long, while some of the prototypes we've seen more recently are giving a hint as to the future direction for the world's best-selling all-electric car.
The BMW i3 has recently received the International Paul Pietsch Award as one of the most daring projects in automotive history. It goes without saying that innovation typically comes at a price, particularly when it's of the daring kind.
Chevy Volt made it to the NASA Global Climate Change front page participating in a pilot program that investigates potential ways to lower emissions and shows how to save 60,000 pounds of Carbon dioxide with just ten EV drivers.
I was following an interesting discussion on BMW i3 Facebook group in which one member asked the community that his dealer was offering to add DC fast charger, and whether he should order it or no. The subject is of interest to many BMW i3 and EV owners in general, so I decided to paste it here.
Scott Brown, a 2013 Chevy Volt owner shares his perspective on ownership and achieving high efficiency. But read what happened to his Volt when he left a friendly note to a Prius owner who had parked his vehicle on top of the electrical cables.
The Electronauts are not a happy bunch these days. For those who ask Electrowho?, this is a group of 700 people, who took delivery of BMW ActiveE all-electric vehicles two years ago and are doing the field trial for BMW, paying big money for that privilege.
One of the best features of driving a plugin electric car is that you don’t have to go to the gas station to fuel your car. Instead you can fuel your car at home. But plugging in away from home can be a little tricky and may need some extra explaining.
In the wake of the, uh, firestorm over Chevy Volt battery fire safety, a group of Volt owners have published an open letter to GM saying they feel safe, and that GM will get their cars back over their dead bodies.