What is the best selling electric car of all time? Well, it probably depends upon who you ask.
The all-electric Nissan Leaf is already a vehicle we would consider loaded down with enough electronics to keep you both amused and perhaps distracted while driving at the same time.
Japan's largest showcase of electronics and information technology, CEATEC, turned out to be a bit of a razzle dazzle for electric car technology this year.
Self-driving cars are becoming increasingly common, with Google-powered autonomous vehicles a popular sight on certain California highways.
It's been nearly four years in the making but it's finally arrived.
GM has been talking up details of the 2013 Chevrolet Volt extended range plug-in hybrid this week, noting the vehicle's electric only range will see an increase as well as its miles per gallon equivalent (MPGe) and total range.
Infiniti unveiled a sleek and very interesting looking electric vehicle concept dubbed the Infiniti LE at the New York Auto Show this past week
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 is taking the all-electric car to new heights. Now you can do more than just drive a Nissan LEAF, you can also use it to power your house.
Technology giant Google has installed more than seventy charging stations at its main campus in Mountain View, California.
American automaker Ford has announced it will triple production capacity of electric vehicles through the year 2013.
Findings from a new consumer study from Accenture suggest that the majority of global buyers are willing to purchase an electric vehicle or plug-in hybrid.
The American Automobile Association has released its top choices for green cars in honor of this year’s Earth Day.
Among the rental car companies, Hertz has been making the most noise lately about getting electric vehicles (EVs) into its fleet, but Enterprise just managed a small coup: The company announced it would be first to offer the Chevy Volt extended-range EV for rental.
Eying 2011 as the year that they bust into the mainstream, Hertz confirmed it has begun renting electric vehicles (EVs) in New York, DC, and San Francisco.