Extended Range Plug In
Henrik Fisker's start-up will unveil a prototype version of the EMotion in August and says its carbon and aluminum body will cut vehicle weight by 20 percent.
Techrules' GT96 extended-range plug-in vehicle gets tested by professional driver in Italy.
Chevrolet Bolt electric-vehicle sales already outpaced the more established Nissan Leaf in just its second month of availability.
Varsovia thinks that a comfy office is better than four seats.
Cool concept vehicles never die, apparently.
The four-door extended-range plug-in Karma Revero, an updated version of the old Fisker Karma, will likely cost more than $100,000.
GM stopped production of the Cadillac ELR extended-range plug-in in February.
GM will bring the second-generation Chevy Volt extended-range plug-in directly to your house for an in-depth test drive.
Chevrolet Volts travel almost the same all-electric miles as Nissan Leafs.
The Great White North will get the 2016 Chevy Volt before 39 US states do.
Chevrolet Volt deals for first-generation version bring price down to about $18,000.
Chevrolet brings popular Instagram photographer to Detroit to publicize next-generation Volt.
Well, that didn't go as planned. General Motors had marketed the Cadillac ELR extended-range plug-in as a premium version of the Chevrolet Volt with some Caddy refinements. Now, it looks like that premium, at least from a price standpoint, is shrinking.
Hey, I've got enough things to worry about. That's one interpretation of General Motors executive vice president Mark Reuss' response to a question posed by Driving the Nation about the recently-introduced Cadillac ELR plug-in hybrid.
It's not exactly "Leo buys a Fisker Karma" territory, but at least we're talking about a company that's still in business. In this case, it's Via Motors, converter of GM vans and pickup trucks into extended-range plug-in vehicles. The company is getting its own bit of movie magic, courtesy of the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.