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Fiat Chrysler has taken a curious approach to marketing the only minivan in the U.S. that can run on a rechargeable battery: just call the Pacifica model a hybrid, and leave out the plug-in part.
The world's biggest oil producers are starting to take electric vehicles seriously as a long-term threat. OPEC recently quintupled its forecast for sales of plug-in EVs.
Startup Faraday Future said it would move production of its planned luxury electric SUV to an unidentified site, virtually scrapping a stalled $1 billion Las Vegas factory.
Volvo is betting big on electrified vehicles. Time will tell how it fares.
Japan's Hitachi Automotive Systems and Honda Motor signed an agreement to form a joint venture to develop motors for electric vehicles.
Panasonic sees the future of solar on car rooftops. The Japanese electronics giant has started producing a 180-watt array of solar cells that can be fixed to the roof of an automobile.
The Fisker EMotion will boast a 400-mile range and a nine-minute charge, with autonomous and connected capabilities, Henrik Fisker says.
The push to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions in Vatican City got a helping hand last week from Opel.
No amount of subsidy is going to overcome the shortcomings of lithium ion batteries, a reader writes.
The reality is that last year, of the over 17 million new vehicles sold in the United States, 99.5% were not electric, a reader writes.
Battery powered cars will soon be cheaper to buy than conventional gasoline ones, offering immediate savings to drivers, new research shows.
Government mandates have led manufacturers to build an exciting lineup of EVs and other clean cars.
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