Cincinnati-based AMP specializes in converting legacy vehicles to electric power.
At last week’s Geneva Auto Show, Mitsubishi announced that it will produce a PHEV version of its popular Outlander, to be launched in 2013. “During fiscal 2012, Mitsubishi Motors will be adding to its lineup an electric vehicle-based Outlander model, which will use a plug-in hybrid system derived from MMC’s already existing EV technology,” said… Read more »
Coda’s official 88-mile range beats every other EV on the market, save the smaller and much pricier Tesla Roadster, which claims a range of 245 miles.
Members can locate an available car by using a smartphone app, or simply grab one on the street, and keep it as long as they need it, paying only for the time they use the vehicle.
The company announced a list of measures to prepare the European market for higher volume leading up to the start of production in England in 2013.
VIA's eREV power-train technology would allow the majority of Verizon’s workers to drive day-to-day routes entirely on electric power.
Athlon has reserved 150 units, so the new upscale EV will be available to its customers as soon as European deliveries begin in late 2012.
2011 sales of the new PHEV totaled 7,671, well short of the company’s target of 10,000 units. So far this year, about 1,600 have left the lots.
Wisconsin-based Odyne Systems, a specialist in hybrid technology for medium- and heavy-duty trucks, received support from the DOE in 2009 for a project to accelerate the development of PHEV systems. Five vehicles funded by the project have now been completed and delivered to customers by DUECO, Inc, the final-stage truck manufacturer. Three bucket trucks, equipped… Read more »
An English court has once again ruled against Tesla Motors, dismissing the company’s latest libel charge against the BBC, producer of the automotive TV show Top Gear. Will this be the final chapter in the ongoing saga of the plucky startup against the arrogant defender of the status quo? Oh, we hope not – both sides… Read more »