Electric Vehicle News

Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivan

Chrysler unveils the Pacifica hybrid with 30 miles of EV driving

Fiat Chrysler unveiled their new minivan, the Pacifica, which replaces the Town & Country/Caravan, including a plug-in hybrid version that gets 80 MPGe thanks to its 30 miles of electric only... Read more ››
Tesla Model S summon across country

Elon Musk says Tesla will be able to drive itself across the country autonomously by 2018

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on press call today that in two years, a Tesla would have the ability to be summoned from hundreds of miles away. Though he did admit the prediction was "slightly optimistic... Read more ››
Tesla Model 3

Could this be the Tesla Model 3? Our take on it.

In about two months, Tesla is going to finally enveil their car for the masses. It will be at least until the end of 2017 before we can buy one, and probably more like beginning of 2019 if their past... Read more ››

Chevy unveils the Bolt production car

Chevrolet unveiled the production version of the Bolt electric car (not to be confused with the Volt plug-in hybrid) that was originally introduced in concept form last year at the Detroit Auto Show... Read more ››

Volkswagen shows off 300 mile range electric Microbus

Volkswagen is using CES 2016 to show off their latest EV concept, while at the same time trying to save face over the "clean diesel" scandal that has been rocking them lately. The BUDD-e microbus is... Read more ››
Faraday Future FFZero1

Faraday Future unveils FFZero1 concept electric car

Faraday Future took the stage at CES2016 and unveiled their upcoming EV platform, called Variable Platform Architecture (or VPA) as well as the first concept utilizing that platform, the FFZero1... Read more ››
Faraday Future Render?

Did the Faraday Future concept leak early?

The official unveiling is tonight at 8PM PST at CES, but it looks like the cat got let out of the bag early thanks to the Faraday Future iTunes app (which is no longer available). Twitter user @... Read more ››
GM EV1 Electric Car

Twenty years ago today, GM announced they would begin selling the EV1 electric car

On this day in 1996, GM announced they would begin selling the famously ill-fated EV1 electric vehicle to the public. The range would be 70 city/90 highway and the car would cost in the mid $30s,... Read more ››