An electric car making money? People said it couldn’t be done. And yet, Elon Musk’s company has hit the black.
There are a lot of roads just sitting there in the sun, doing nothing with all that energy. Why not use them to collect it? All it takes is a massive re-engineering of what a solar panel can be.
The car’s price is hefty, but with the company announcing a new way to lease-to-buy, it may be easier to go electric.
The Elf, which just finished a massive run on Kickstarter, combines the best elements of an electric car, a motorcycle, and a bicycle, and it’s manufactured right here in the U.S. There’s something for everyone to love.
The impressive new electric vehicle doesn’t seem at all like an EV, which might be the trick to getting people into it.
EVs are poised to be a huge disruptive innovation in our lives, but they’re not there yet. Once carmakers take a few simple steps, though, the possibilities are endless.
Why spend billions on restringing, burying, or waterproofing power lines? True post-storm resilience lies in onsite renewable energy.
Does the ringing endorsement of the electric automaker’s newest model from the mainstream auto press mean we’re about to see a change in the stigmatization of EVs?
The Lit C-1 doesn’t look like any car you’ve ever seen, but it still can go 120 mph and gets 200 miles on each charge. Will people embrace the futuristic design enough to make the startup a success?
How much does electricity even cost? You probably don’t know, and certainly don’t know how much it takes to fill up a car battery. A new app for Volt owners helps take the mystery out of pricing your electric car fill-ups.