The original model, which has a range of up to 150 miles, has a MSRP of $39,900. The new 31-kWh battery option has a range of up to 125 miles and a MSRP of $37,250.
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A founding member of Better Place, Sidney has been with the company since before its official launch in 2007.
As major EV makers announced their 2011 sales figures today, it appears that the Japanese beat the home team by a nose – Nissan sold 9,674 Leafs, and Chevy delivered 7,671 Volts.
So what has the last five months driving the Nissan LEAF been like? I guess you’d have to say the LEAF has been remarkable in that it’s been so normal. Whether by design or by accident, the driving experience isn’t massively different from that of driving any other car, beyond being smoother and quieter…. Read more »
“Will 2012 be the year the electric car takes off?”
In the late 1990s my wife, Cathy, decided she wanted her next car to be electric. It wasn’t until July of 2008 that she was able to find and buy one, a 2002 Toyota RAV4-EV, one of the few hundred saved from the crusher when California relieved the automakers from the short-lived requirement to produce… Read more »
Charged Electric Vehicles Magazine JAN/FEB 2012 publisher's note.
The affordable two-seater will go on sale in 30 markets around the world in September 2012, instead of June as the company had planned.
Via Motors announced Tuesday that it will unveil three powerful PHEVs at January’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Michigan-based Azure Dynamics Corporation announced today that it has sold 29 more Ford Transit Connect Electric commercial vehicles.