Buyers are more likely to purchase a new electric car if the energy source for this vehicle is cleaner, according to a new survey.
100,000 plug-in electric vehicles sold in over the last two years isn’t that bad, and Plug In America celebrates by awarding the buyer of that magic number an EV charging station.
The Korando C EV-R, unveiled by South Korean automaker Ssangyong Motor, makes use of technology like that of the Chevy Volt for a maximum range of 310 miles.
Vermont and Québec reach an agreement installing electric vehicle chargers on roads between the two so EV drivers can move about range anxiety free.
Spanish automaker SEAT unveils Leon Verde, a plug-in hybrid prototype that’s the result of a collaborative project.
Aston Martin teams up with Bosch Engineering to develop a plug-in-hybrid variant of the DB9 sports car. Is this a sign of things to come for the automaker?
While the need to address the road maintenance is important, taxing green cars alone is a profoundly stupid idea.
The Leaf and Volt, two popular plug-in cars, have lifetime costs found to be within 10 percent of conventional vehicles, both gas and hybrids.
Toyota fires up its own version of a reality show as eco organizations compete for donations by being the best to eek out MPG from a Prius Plug-in Hybrid.
Audi is preparing two cars from its tron line up of more sustainable vehicles for debut by the end of the year.