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And what does it say about the EV landscape in 2016?

Audi kills the zombie electric R8, again. But why?


Or buses, or cargo trucks, or vans.

Zero emissions could meet large vehicles with Toyota tech, some day.


Instead of simply improving gas-electric tech, the answer may lie in plugs.

If you think the Prime is a big advancement for Toyota, you're not alone.


This is the biggest touchscreen Toyota has ever made.

Not quite an iPad, but more than ever before.


It's all part of VW's big electromobility plan.

Look for autonomous drive tech, too.


We sit down with Gisli Gislason, Mike Elwood, and John Gordon.

These three guys sure think so.


Of the 475,000 affected vehicles, 210,000 owners have signed up.

Are you included?


'If there's an unfixable car, there's no deal.'

If you care about the VW diesel settlement with the EPA and CARB, you're gonna want to read this.


EV World publisher Bill Moore finds new energy in electric bikes.

Put up a box, rent out the electric bikes.


In some states, you'll need a helmet, too.

We expect Elio sales to be pretty low in West Virginia.


More details about the Cadillac CT6 PHEV come out at battery plant tour.

If you want to know about how GM will build plug-in cars in China, pay a visit to Michigan.


We sit down for a talk with Dr. Joan Ogden after a ten-year gap.

In which wetake a long look at the development of hydrogen vehicles with someone who's been studying the field for three decades. You're bound to learn something.


Solid. Attractive. But maybe not all that efficient.

Does Honda's new gas-electric vehicle really offer almost 50 mpg? During our first few miles with the car, it sure doesn't seem so.


No timeline, but a target has been set.

The chief engineer of the Toyota Prius tells us that a five-seat version of the Prime PHEV is something he's working on. But he won't say when it might arrive.


We've gone through every state DMV website to find you a way to show your green site.

We've collected the environmental and conservation license plates from all across the US. Turns out, not every state offers plates like these.


CEO says openess helps the entire electric vehicle industry, especially buses.

Electric bus maker Proterra is opening up three of its bast-charging technology patents so that anyone making heavy-duty EVs can add overhead chargers.


Tiny EVs might have trouble in the land of big vehicles.

Chinese company ZD already operates a car-sharing fleet in Italy, and is now thinking of coming to the US.


Let's get all future-y on this one.

The University of Tokyo is working on in-wheel motors that get their energy through wireless induction charging, which hints at one amazing EV future.


Tweet, tweet, tweet.

A short tour of the research posters at the EVS29 conference in Montreal.


'It's coming,' one engineering director tells us.

At EVS29, Nissan finally admits that it is working on a next-gen Leaf with a 60-kWh battery pack that will be able to go over 200 miles on a charge.

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