Programmers dream of replicating driving styles of racing legends.
2019 Nissan Leaf EV offers more power, better looks and less noise.
First step: a "zero emission zone" in central London by 2025,
The scooters use swappable batteries to eliminate waiting for a charge.
We ride in Hyundai's self-driving Ioniq EV and find it to be pretty normal, which is a good thing. The car ran no red lights and did nothing unexpected.
Hyundai's next line of fuel cell SUVs will have a range of 348 miles, besting the current Hyundai Tucson by 30 percent.
"It will be a long while before there is a production car. If CES goes badly, it's all over."
A gas-powered Alfieri comes in 2019; electric follows a year later.
GM, Nissan and Tesla gains are offset by Toyota's hybrid-sales declines in October.
It's like a miniature (no pun intended) BMW X5 xDrive40e.
The dowdy old Equinox is gone, replaced by a sleek new crossover that gets up to 40 mpg on the highway.
The vertical integration continues. Get it?
Jaguar as an electric leader? It's no longer a leap.
Can Nissan make the Leaf sportier with a new mode, like Tesla? Or should the company be taking a more comprehensive approach to building an electric NISMO?
That 300-mile figure is a real-world estimate, but if it's even remotely close, Volkswagen could be preparing the first affordable, mass-market, high-range EV. Don't tell Tesla.