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When it comes to green electric vehicles, many new cars sport very odd and unattractive designs, at least IMHO.
The Coda electric vehicle (EV) has a rather interesting history.
The 2012 North American International Auto Show in Detroit is poised for imminent kick off, with a number of new concept cars surfacing ahead of the
The Bay Area wants to be known at the "Electric Vehicle (EV) capital of the United States."
Mitsubishi has begun producing the North American version of its i-MiEV electric car at its Mizushima manufacturing plant in Japan.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) first began using the Miles Per Gallon Gasoline Equivalent (MGPe) in the window stickers of early green vehicles like the Nissan Leaf and the Chevrolet Volt.
Nissan already has the Leaf, and now the company is moving forward on electrifying the compact commercial vehicle market.
The Star Wars prequels have stirred up a lot of things, but even if you loathe the most recent movies, we think you’ll enjoy this electric vehicle the films inspired.
French automaker Renault has opened reservations for its Twizy electric vehicle, which is manufactured in Spain and expected to go on-sale in the European market sometime at the end of this year.
Oregon-based electric vehicle manufacturer Arcimoto recently unveiled its SRK prototype called the Red 5 in Eugene.
There will come a day when an electric vehicle (EV) charging station going in anywhere - save, perhaps, the moon or Mars - won't be news.
But we're obviously not there yet.
A frequent criticism of electric vehicles (EVs) is that they're really powered by coal, since that's such a significant source of electricity.
It's cute, it's green and it's bound to turn heads in the delivery business - it's the Honda EV-neo electric scooter, and as of now, it's available for lease sales in Japan.
Consumers were certainly quick to adopt hybrid cars when they debuted around a decade ago - particularly the Toyota Prius.
But will they do the same with the new plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) and electric vehicles (EVs)?