December 4, 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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Electric Cars Other News

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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Citroen

UK: Full-Electric Citroen Berlingo Multispace Announced with Increase 106 Mile Range

In case you live in a crowded city like London, then you definitely need to move around behind the wheel of a fully-electric vehicle; in that sense, Citroen is offering a viable solution in the shape of the recently announced Berlingo Multispace EV. We are looking here at an exceptional E-Berlingo model with two lithium-ion […]

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Featured Opel Videos

2017 Opel Ampera-e Is as Fast as the OPC Sports Cars

The auto industry has been fast developing for the last couple of years, with a lot of new segments to offer alternatives for conventional vehicles. We are talking here about the electric segment being the preferred one for more and more automakers worldwide. And things don’t stop here, as manufacturers are trying to built extremely […]

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Electric Cars

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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Concept Cars Electric Cars

Solar Taxi design promises a brighter future

Solar panels are not news by any measure, nor are their use in electrical vehicles. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t still room for improvement. How we go about doing that is proven by the Turkish engineer Hakan Gursu, whose design managed to grab some attention. His Solar Taxi is exactly what it sounds like: […]

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Kia

2015 Kia Soul EV production model Ahead the 2014 Chicago Auto Show

With only a few days ahead the Chicago Auto Show, the production model of the 2015 Kia Soul EV has been spotted in some spy photos. The spied photos taken by photographers at the Autoblog.com, reveal the new EV wearing strange baby blue accents on the top, on the mirrors as well as up front, […]

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Saab

Saab 9-3 officially entering production in 2013

Seems like what we’d heard about the future of Saab is coming true. The Saab 9-3 is going to enter production. It will happen this year, at a later and yet to be specified date but, as expected, it won’t be happening in Sweden, at Saab’s regular place of business. What will happen is that […]

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Auto Shows Chevrolet

2014 Chevrolet Spark EV unveiled

Chevrolet got ahead of themselves and unveiled the Spark’s electric version quite well ahead of this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show. The compact electron powered vehicle will be sold starting next year in the summer at a price that’s yet to be disclosed. That might be exactly what they’ve left to unveil at the upcoming […]

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Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi Mirage to be sold in the United States

Just a week after Suzuki’s announcement about leaving the US market due to very low sales and unprofitable conditions, their rivals at Mitsubishi tell us they have big plans here. While Mitsubishi does still make compact and relatively light cars as Suzuki, they seem to have a different marketing plan and optimism about the US […]

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Auto Shows Chevrolet

Chevrolet will introduce Spark EV in Los Angeles

You may not have taken into the diminutive size of the Chevrolet Spark so far. No matter what they said or advertised, didn’t really hit the mainstream audience. The American company made some considerable effort with the newest generation of the compact, particularly its looks and economy, yet appeal is low. What’s to do to […]

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Auto Shows Nissan

Nissan TeRRA concept speaks of a new EV SUV

Nissan’s stand at the 2012 Paris Motor Show will contain this new concept, one they call the TeRRa. Aside from the unusual letter format you know what’s about to happen when a car gets such a name. There’s going to be a lot of Mother Earth stuff going on, everybody will have a deeply pious […]

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Audi

Audi R8 e-tron gets Nurburgring lap record

If you care about the Nurburgring and just how fast a car can go around it you’ll love this or maybe you’ll be outraged at the simple thought. Audi now have a brand new record for going round the Green Hell and it was established in their Audi R8 e-tron. That’s an electric car. The […]

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Ford

Ford Focus Electric has a first with NASCAR

Ford have just announced that the electric version of their Focus hatchback is about to make history in the popular sport of NASCAR. Before tofu eaters get to excited and, most of all, before rednecks are going to start beating their wives over how good ol’ fashin’ V8s are dying, the car won’t be racing. […]

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Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi i-MiEV Prototype wants to tackle Pikes Peak

Mitsubishi’s effort with electric cars may not be very popular but they’re quite a few steps into it with their microscopic i-MiEV hatchback. In an effort to popularize both the car and the technological capabilities underneath its simple looking body, the Japanese company will make a spin-off prototype that they’ll be sending up Pikes Peak. […]

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Volvo

Volvo C30 EV to be test new charging system

The Swedish are known for their caring approach on just about everything they make. Volvo is a clear example of that. What Volvo is doing now however seems to be a little more corporate at first but is basically running around the same circles. The idea has them use their Volvo C30 EV more often […]

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Tesla

Tesla Model X is a massive hit

Tesla’s recent unveiling of the Model X crossover may have had a few bloopers in the presentation but overall, it was a massive success. We’re not talking about the media reaction or the public welcoming the design and some ideas. We’re talking actual success for the Model X. Tesla reports that since the unveiling they’ve […]

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Nissan

Nissan expands Leaf EV availability

It has been a remarkable year for the Nissan Leaf and pretty much everything else with an electric motor. As 2011 rapidly reaches its end, the Japanese manufacturer is still improving on their product. While they aren’t changing anything about the Nissan Leaf, its inner workings or performance, they will be improving upon its availability. […]

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Honda

2013 Honda Fit EV unveiled and “priced”

Not that long after unveiling the regular version of the Honda Fit, the Japanese have come to LA with a special version of the little hatchback. As often the the way nowadays, the special version of the hatchback, is electric and entitled the 2013 Honda fit EV. Adding in the final bonus sees the Los […]

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Nissan

Nissan Leaf’s charger undergoing changes

Ladies and gentlemen while they are far from perfect, electric cars are out and about, ready to buy, run, save the world and enjoy. The last two parts I’m not too sure about but there’s a more pressing issue to consider, the matter of charging. Not even the best of the EVs out there, the […]

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