The Tesla Model S is already an insanely quick machine with all of the dumb fitments and comforts people want in an “expensive” and “luxurious” car. But true enthusiasts know the only real experience is completely stripping out a car of all of its unnecessary guts to see just how quick it can really go. Somebody has…
Tesla CEO Elon Musk was on Twitter again, this time calling out Daimler following the company’s announcement that it would invest $1 billion in its Alabama plant to manufacture its upcoming electric vehicles. Musk tweeted that Daimler should invest much more, and today it responded directly to him by saying it would.…
Hot off the reveal of the 3 Series-rivaling 2018 Genesis G70, the company’s CEO has boldly announced that Genesis has no interest in developing a high-performance sub-brand for its luxury cars like many of its rivals due to the imminent threat of electric car performance.
This is the Borgward Isabella Concept, which is a prospective electric car that will probably never be manufactured. The company used it as a platform to talk about all of the SUVs it was flooding the European market with.
Earlier this week, Tesla remotely upgraded select Florida Tesla owners’ cars to expand their mileage capacity in an effort to ease and assist with Hurricane Irma evacuation efforts. The move was praiseworthy and appropriate, but at the root of the gesture lies a terrifying prospect of our automotive future.
Here is the 2018 Nissan Leaf, a car we’ve already heard almost everything about. It may look like you wouldn’t be able to tell if it was a Chevy Bolt or a Honda Fit if it got in even the slightest of traffic incidents, but the technology has been improved and it actually seems like a pretty sweet deal.
General Motors is taking precaution and has begun alerting customers who purchased early-production Chevrolet Bolts that they may experience sudden loss of propulsion in certain low-voltage conditions.
Sergio Marchionne, our favorite Guy Who Definitely Has Solid Plans and CEO of Fiat Chrysler, revealed a plan to push his company towards hybrid and fully electric models, which isn’t such a bad idea. The bad news is that it’s been decided Maserati will be the halo brand for this.
After getting incredibly excited to hear Volkswagen Chairman Herbert Diess confirm production of an all new electric Microbus, I decided to ask around at the Tiguan drive event this week—only to be told that VW won’t confirm or discuss it now. That’s pretty standard, if just a bit odd considering the chairman’s…
Fisker has released three teaser images of its real $130,000 electric car called the EMotion, and it’s definitely a tamer look than the Hot Wheels concept car from a few months ago. It looks like an alien ship from Independence Day disguised as an early-2000s Japanese luxury car.
After just recently entering the crossover game, Jaguar is already fast on track to produce one of the first genuinely attractive electric crossover offerings with the Jaguar I-Pace in a market finally heating up in the looks department.
Chevy is already a few months into its gradual roll out of its new Chevy Bolt electric car, and the local dealerships are excited to get people scuttling about in them with an onslaught of ads—even if they don’t all quite understand exactly how an electric car works.
When Tesla CEO Elon Musk introduced the Model 3 concept in March of last year, he promised that early production would begin by July 2017 as long as suppliers could keep up. Tesla has now reportedly informed suppliers it will be retooling its factory for a test assembly of the Model 3 on February 20th.
Ferrari, Porsche and McLaren are getting there, but new car company NIO just beat them to the punch and announced itself by introducing the EP9—a 1,360 horsepower fully-electric supercar with a top speed of 194 miles per hour.
Volkswagen’s head of design, Klaus Bischoff, recently claimed that autonomous cars would be the beginning of the end of the current SUV and crossover trend, according to AutoExpress. It’s a surprising statement to be made this early in the autonomous evolution, and he just might be wrong.
Henrik Fisker, the famed automotive designer behind the gorgeous lines of the BMW Z8, Aston Martin DB9 and V8 Vantage, and the late Fisker Karma, is going to take a stab at the luxury electric vehicle market—again. Let’s all just wipe the slate clean and start fresh, because you can do that when you’re a rich, famous…
According to a Chevrolet dealer in Southern California, the all-new, all-electric Chevy Bolt will not be available for pre-order until November of this year—three months later than the original August date announced at the vehicle’s launch, according to a report by CleanTechnica.