Electric

Electric vehicles use relatively simple motors similar in principle to those that power common, everyday items like power tools and kitchen appliances. Large, complex battery packs usually hold enough electricity for at least a full day's worth of driving and can be charged using regular home outlets or more quickly using dedicated chargers.


2016 Tesla Model S
2016 Tesla Model S
MSRP:
$70,000
Engine:
MPG:
88 City / 90 HWY
2015 Tesla Model S
2015 Tesla Model S
MSRP:
$69,900
Engine:
MPG:
94 City / 97 HWY
2012 Fisker Karma
2012 Fisker Karma
MSRP:
$102,000
Engine:
MPG:
55 City / 54 HWY
2016 BMW i3
2016 BMW i3
MSRP:
$42,400
Engine:
MPG:
137 City / 111 HWY
2016 Nissan LEAF
2016 Nissan LEAF
MSRP:
$29,010
Engine:
MPG:
126 City / 101 HWY
2012 Tesla Model S
2012 Tesla Model S
MSRP:
$57,400
Engine:
MPG:
88 City / 90 HWY
EVS29: Share 'n Go car sharing could arrive in US via Italy, China

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.
Mercedes-Benz may create electric-only brand

Mercedes-Benz may announce all-EV brand at Paris Motor Show in September.

Mercedes-Benz may follow BMW's lead by splitting off its electric vehicles into a separate brand.
Recharge Wrap-up: Toyota delivers first Mirai to Norway, Tesla installs Cal State Powerpacks

JAC considers building EVs in Bulgaria.

Cal State has contracted to install 12-MWh worth of Tesla Powerpacks. JAC considers building EVs in Bulgaria. Toyota delivered Norway's first Mirai to Uno-X Hydrogen.
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