Electric vehicles have long suffered a bad reputation in the hardcore and uber-competitive motorsports world.
Electric Vehicle haters may have just lost one of their major rhetorical weapons.
In the world of electric cars, most vehicles like the Nissan Leaf are stodgy, unattractive boxes aimed at the thrifty driver.
Ford's long-awaited Focus Electric has certainly been in the works for quite some time.
The automotive industry isn't working alone in its perpetual quest to transform EVs and hybrids into mainstream vehicle options.
The electric vehicle market isn't exactly booming today. Yes, there may be several reasons, but mostly it's the price.
The sheer amount of research conducted for and about electric vehicles around the world never ceases to amaze me.
Infiniti unveiled a sleek and very interesting looking electric vehicle concept dubbed the Infiniti LE at the New York Auto Show this past week
Controversy continues to rage over claims that electric vehicle (EV) emission savings is offset by pollution generated at power plants.
Mitsubishi has announced a new electric motor that could shake up the green car industry in a good way.
For many years, I worried the green vehicle movement was going to do away with performance cars.
It’s been a long road for Coda Automotive, the electric car start up out of California trying to introduce a more affordable all-electric sedan for the driving masses.
For many years, major auto shows attendees could count on seeing new hybrid or electric vehicles being heavily marketed.
Fisker may manufacture some of the sexiest electric vehicles on the planet, but it's beginning to look like the cars may have some serious issues.
For an individual, moving to a hybrid or electric vehicle may or may not pan out in the long run.
There are currently many factors working against electric vehicles that effectively prevent them from going mainstream.
When it comes to electric vehicles (EVs), one of the claims that has long been debated is the alleged savings in greenhouse gas emissions.
Tesla certainly makes some of the coolest electric vehicles out there on the roads today.
GM and Nissan have published their respective January (2012) sales figures for the green Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf.
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