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These One-Offs Showcase Cool Possible Tech For Your Next EV

AutoblogGreen editor Sebastian Blanco tests out some interesting ZF technology, including a route-aware, autonomous speed regulator.

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We run through some questions to ask yourself if you are shopping for an electric vehicle. Many factors impact the decision, like whether to go new or used.

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We Test Out Bollore's All-Electric Short-Term EV Rentals

We pay a visit to Indianapolis to learn more about the BlueIndy carsharing service. It offers all-electric BlueCars to the public for by-the-minute drives.

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We Talk With Joel Levin About Listening To EV Fans, Promoting Their Voices

It turns out that PIA's new executive director, Joel Levin, doesn't even drive an electric car. But he's shopping and learning right now.

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Two Or More Only Make Sense In Big, Heavy Electric Vehicles

ZF's Gerhard Gumpoltsberger says that after lots of math and investigations, it turns out that one speed is plenty in an EV transmission.

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The All-Electric Sedan Is Not Cheap To Repair, But It's Getting Better

Tesla Model S drivers are discovering that the cost for repair parts have come down in the last 30 days.

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Did Siemens Skullduggery Scuttle Pipistrel Attempt

Airbus has plans to be the first to cross the English channel in a battery-powered airplane, but was there behind-the-scene subterfuge?

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Long Distance Days Are Behind Us, The Vertical Challenges Lie Ahead

AutoblogGreen checks in from the WAVE Trophy 2015, the world's largest electric vehicle rally.

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At Witz' End - Plug-In Hybrids: Beginning to Believe

Columnist Gary Witzenburg takes another look at plug-in hybrid technology after driving the new Hyundai Sonata PHEV and the Volvo XC90 PHEV.

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This Beats 457-Mile Effort The Team Accomplished Last October

The converted EV called Metron 7, previously a Mazda5, drove 513 miles on one charge this week as part of WAVE 2015.

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3Degrees, The Conservation Fund Figure Out How To Value CO2

VW has decided to make the e-Golf carbon neutral, from production to the first 36,000 miles of driving. The Garcia River Forest is key in making this work.

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We've Got Tweets, Posts, Pictures, And Videos For You. And More To Come.

#fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-980229{display:none;} .cke_show_borders #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-980229, #postcontentcontainer #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-980229{width:100%;display:block;} try{document.getElementById("fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-980229").style.display="none";}catch(e){}The WAVE Trophy is the biggest electric vehicle rally in the world, and we're along for the ride in 2015. Here's an invitation to the news.

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Cold-Weather Performance Holds Up Plug-In

The Audi A3 E-Tron plug-in hybrid could be launching in the US in October, after being retuned to deal with cold weather issues.

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We Review And Discuss Ashlee Vance's New Book

A review and an invitation to discuss the new book 'Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future,' by Ashlee Vance.

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There Are 500 Superchargers In States Where Tesla Has No Stores

We take a close look at where Tesla has built up stores and service and Supercharging infrastructure. The numbers all have a beautiful logic behind them.

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And Why Established Automakers Haven't Done It

Many automakers have announced electric models with 200 miles or more range will arrive in their showrooms in the next couple years. Are any of these "Tesla beaters", or are they pretenders to the throne. Also, what's taken them so long to get with the battery-powered program?

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Two Small Luxo-Coupes At Opposite Ends Of Brand's Performance/Economy Spectrum

Reviewer Gary Witzenburg takes a look at two very different Cadillac coupes: the plug-in ELR and the performance-oriented ATS-V.

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Looking Back, The Price At The Pump And The Decline In Fuel Efficient Sales Don't Line Up

Looking at the numbers, Autotrader's Mark Strand tells us you can't predict green car sales by looking at the price of gas. It just doesn't work that way.

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On Average, One Mile Of Electric Range Will Cost You $384.36 Today

On a cost-per-electric-mile basis, the Tesla Model S is the cheapest EV you can buy today. The most expensive? A BMW i3.

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Automaker Has A Lot More Going On Than Just Making Cars

Honda showed off its UNI-CUB mobility seat and the Walking Assist Device at the 2015 SAE World Congress.

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Can Lower EV Charging Cost By Up To 45 Percent, Siemens Says

A new wi-fi EV charger from Siemens called the VersiCharge SG talks to your utility and your car and phone so you can get the lowest possible cost as you charge your EV.

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