As India reels from a perfect storm of increasing fossil fuel import bills, capital outflows, and a stagnating economic environment, EVs may provide an answer.
Nissan confirms 2014 is the year its second mass production electric vehicle, the e-NV200 commercial van, will take to the roads in Japan and beyond.
Honda unveils the UNI-CUB β, its latest iteration of an electric personal mobility device aimed at indoor spaces such as offices and commercial facilities.
What’s likely the most ambitious electric car sharing program in the world kicks off in a Chinese city, with a goal of 100,000 EVs in use within five years.
VW unveils the North American version of its new e-Golf electric car at the Los Angeles Auto Show, noting it averages 70 to 80 miles of range per charge.
Tesla co-founder Elon Musk addresses the Model S battery fire issue directly, asking the NHTSA to investigate it while also trying to put the issue in context.
Meet the Der Ziesel, an off-road electric vehicle machine that gets around on rubber tracks and looks like a prop from a sci-fi movie.
The trend of gorgeous retro looking electric bicycles continues with the limited edition ICON E-Flyer.
Nissan, in a move to put its stamp on sexy when it comes to electric cars, unveils the BladeGlider concept.
The persistent fragmentation of the Chinese automotive industry is a big weight around the neck of an aspiring Chinese electric vehicle, or EV, maker.