The FIA Formula E (E for Electric of course!) championship has plugged into the zeitgeist of these days of environmental consciousness and, more importantly, stirred multiple players into action!
New year, new beginnings — for lots of brand new electric cars, that is. In 2018, the number of electric vehicles on the roads is expected to increase from three to five million.
There are hundreds of great reasons to make the switch to EV. The cars are more fuel-efficient. They are cheaper to maintain. They are insanely fun to drive (seriously, when that instant torque kicks in, it’s like you’re going warp speed).
The Tesla Model 3 is here at last. A lucky few took it for a spin, and it did not disappoint. Volvo also made headlines a few weeks ago, when they announced to exclusively make cars with only electric motors starting 2019.
You've only got a few months left to take advantage of the biggest incentives you can claim for your (first) electric car! We've listed the three biggest incentives per country here.
New year, new EVs! Last year, we saw a 30% increase of electric vehicle sales compared to 2015. Mercedes said it, Nissan said it. Now is the right time to drive electric.
Just before year’s end, the U.S. electric vehicle industry reached a new milestone: 1.1% of all new vehicles sold were electric in November 2016. We're closer to reaching the mass adoption of electric cars than you may think...
The first half of 2016 saw 50% higher sales of full-electric and plug-in hybrid cars, than the same period in 2015. There's no stopping to this electric rEVolution! New models are entering the market in the next couple of months, and we can't wait to tell you all about.