It looks like we might have to wait some two decades for electric vehicles (EVs) to displace internal combustion cars as the kings of the American road.
There’s never been a better time to convert an old car into an emissions-free electric vehicle (EV), but some models are better suited than others.
New electric vehicles (EVs) from Audi, Volkswagen, Mini and others will give Tesla’s lower cost Model 3 a run for its $35,000.
Volvo will only sell hybrid and electric cars beginning in 2019, signaling a shift in the auto industry toward more fuel-efficient cars…
Fuel cell cars from Toyota and Honda are now available to drivers in California and coming soon to the northeastern U.S. as well once more refueling stations are built there.
Jeremy Martin is a Senior Scientist for the Union of Concerned Scientists’ Clean Vehicles Program, in charge of evaluating biofuels and policy. EarthTalk’s Ethan Goffman interviewed him in Rockville, Maryland, where their discussion ranged from the impact of automobiles to surprising findings regarding corn ethanol to the transportation system of the future…
Chevrolet unveiled its new Bolt this week at the Detroit Auto Show, billing the $30,000 car as an EV for everyone that will get some 200 miles per charge. The new car is designed to compete with Tesla’s forthcoming III, which will also sell for around $30,000 and offer similar range and technical specs. Chevy […]