Smart’s two-seater is tiny, but it’s no stripped-down monk-mobile – standard features include AC, power windows, heated seats and anti-lock brakes.
Fans of Swedish engineering were “sobbing” last December when the country’s #2 automaker filed for bankruptcy. Since then, administrators have negotiated with a number of potential buyers. Now they appear to have struck a deal that will not only preserve the iconic Saab brand, but position it on the electrified cutting edge. A consortium called… Read more »
In this week’s episode of “Inside Tesla,” a Body-in-White (assembled but unpainted body) gets a multi-layer paint job.
Participating Japanese LEAF owners will be able to generate CO2 emissions credits certified by the country’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
The TMG EV P002 has a predicted top speed of 149 mph, with 350 kW of power from its two EVO axial flux motors.
The carmaker will use a hydrogen-fueled rotary engine as a range extender for a new EV that it plans to start leasing next year.
GM announced this week that the all-electric range of the 2013 Volt will be 38 miles on a single charge, a three-mile increase from the 2012 model.
Venture capitalist and Tesla board member Steve Jurvetson took the keys to his Model S this week.
The 2013 Honda Fit EV set a record this week, as the EPA gave it a combined rating of 118 MPG equivalent, and a power consumption rating of 29 kWh per 100 miles.
In the new two minute short, automated robot arms are slinging parts around as they move down the line into welding and assembly stations.