December 6, 2022
Electric Cars

Are Australians flocking to Electric Vehicles?

Electric Vehicles are the future, so many say – but are they taking off in the present? Despite the big talk about Electric Vehicles (EVs), Australia is lagging behind the rest of the world in terms of sales. New registrations of EVs only comprised 1.6% of all vehicles in 2021, which is far below the […]

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Top 6 Best Used Electric Cars Under $10,000

If you love the experience of cruising a luxurious electric car that won’t stretch your budget at all and still meet your taste, then this article is a must-read for you. Over time, EVs (electric cars) have outperformed the often noisy gasoline and diesel vehicles. They are not only environmentally friendly, but also help you […]

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6 Benefits of Purchasing Electric Cars

Low Running Costs The electric car doesn’t need any gasoline or diesel to work, it just needs to be charged. Because you are not paying money for gasoline or diesel, you can save lots of money. The combustion engine requires fuel that is costly as compared to the electricity used to charge the car. And […]

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Is top-up charging the answer to range anxiety?

Electric cars have seen a massive growth in popularity in recent years, especially 2019. However, they still only make up a small percentage of the nation’s cars. For many motorists, one of the biggest factors stopping them from switching from a traditional combustion engine to an EV is charging accessibility. If you drive a petrol […]

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BMW Group Sold the Most EVs and Hybrid in Europe

The BMW Group sold the most electric and hybrid cars in Europe in 2018 being the lider in the segment. The increase is 38% compared to 2017, which is a significant increase for the BMW Group, becoming the strongest brand in this segment. Out of a total of 142,000 units, 75,000 were sold in Europe, […]

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Charging your Electric Car at Night Can Save the World

Technology has made our planet smaller by simplifying the movement of people and goods across great distances in a fraction of the time it took a mere fifty years ago. But this convenience takes a major toll on the environment, as planes, trains and automobiles contribute to 25% of greenhouse gas emissions. How will charging […]

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New Californian homes to be EV ready

Of all the USA, California has to be the biggest fan of the electric vehicles, with many steps already taken in the direction of the alternative fuel. And now, the next step seems to be upon us, with the state working to make sure all new houses will be built to support EV charging. While […]

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Mitsubishi

2012 Mitsubishi i receives price update

Mitsubishi’s take into the electric car craze, the i, just received a new price update for 2012 for more or less believable a reason. The small Japanese hatchback that uses batteries instead of a fuel tank will cost any U.S. market buyer a pretty reasonable (for an EV) $29.985. It’s an increase of $1.135 from […]

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General Motors signs partnership with LG

The American automotive group announced that a new partnership have been signed recently with LG, the companies following to develop together the technology for future electric vehicles. According to the first details, the first models to get electric versions could be the current Opel Meriva and Chevrolet Cruze, this partnership helping the American company to […]

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Renault

Renault, industrial espionage and the Chinese

Three things you need to make one heck of a novel or movie. Probably a best seller or a block buster situation too. However, during the time you’re dreaming about cashing in on that success, out in the real world something has really happened at Renault.

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Fisker

Department of Energy will loan Fisker 529 million dollars

Fisker Automotive will receive a loan totaling 529 million dollars from the U.S. Department of Energy for the development of tow plug-in hybrid electric-vehicles. This loan will provide Fisker with the resources needed to produce the Karma plug-in hybrid sedan and a line of family oriented models being developed under the company’s Project NINA program.

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