The persistent fragmentation of the Chinese automotive industry is a big weight around the neck of an aspiring Chinese electric vehicle, or EV, maker.
Caterham Cars, branching out into two wheeled vehicles, debuts two new electric bicycles that are quite stunning in looks and range.
BMW has begun making available to the public in its homeland its first serial electric car, as it prepares to bring it to other markets in coming months.
Zero Motorcycles announces its 2014 electric motorcycle line up, including a new motorcycle configuration as well as a range extending option.
Kia unveils that its upcoming Soul EV will be able to go at least 120 miles on a single charge and hit a top speed of 90 miles per hour.
Tesla Motors continues its European expansion as it arrives in the United Kingdom, opening its first London storefront and taking orders for the Model S.
Edmunds finds that in some of the country’s richest communities, which is mostly California, the Model S sells better than any other car on the market.
In a case of if you can’t beat them, then join them, Mitsubishi Motors teams up with Nissan and Renault on new electric cars.
The tiny U.S. territory of Guam, looking to lead by example, proposes a $7,500 cash rebate for those purchasing electric vehicles.
An electric school bus that will debut in 2014 in California is one of the first of its kind to be ready to hit the roads.