The notion of a car which is lighter, more affordable and environmentally friendly continues to elude automakers.
Are electric vehicles ready for prime time for law enforcement?
Can electric vehicles help protect a military base from power disruptions? Well, maybe not entirely, but they could help make a base microgrid secure.
General Electric (GE) has been working to create a more efficient electric motor for battery-powered EVs and hybrid vehicles.
Bringing EVs to mainstream consumers is a challenge the auto industry has yet to overcome.
Most of us tend to associate Honda with cars and motorcycles, yet the automotive company has a number of varied interests ranging from robotics to aircraft.
The electric vehicle market isn't exactly booming today. Yes, there may be several reasons, but mostly it's the price.
Infiniti unveiled a sleek and very interesting looking electric vehicle concept dubbed the Infiniti LE at the New York Auto Show this past week
If you are serious about getting your hands on a replica Tron light 'cycle, well, you really should check out this ongoing auction hosted by CharityBuzz.
In the far and wide ranging electric car industry there are full sized vehicles, like the Nissan Leaf, and low speed, golf cart like vehicles (LSV) only meant for neighborhood driving.
We’ve reported on a veritable landslide of electric vehicle (EV) related hubbub from manufacturers and federal agencies.
General Electric (GE) has a general interest in all things electric, the future of the electric vehicle (EV) in particular.
The DUO is a two-person electric trike that looks like a car, and it will be available for around $24,995 in March of this year, according to
City 2046. Art, life and ingenuity. These were the themes for the ninth annual Michelin Design Challenge, an international automotive design competition for individual designers, teams, studios, and companies.
Managing the grid - maintaining a balance between supply and demand that keeps the system at its required frequency of 60 Hz - is a bit of a delicate dance.
Electric vehicle conversions are all the rage these days, as are electric motorcycles.
The Tecnalia Technological Corporation has built a totally electric car that can reach 140 kilometers per hour in 10 seconds.