Which would you choose?
And don't forget Mitsubishi.
The EV world needs more of this sort of thinking.
Forget the battery? Sure.
The company has been interviewing riders pre- and post-trip in their fleet of autonomous taxis.
The Nissan Zoe, of something quite similar, could become real.
France protests have lead to a fuel shortage, which spurred Renault and other companies to tout their electric vehicles.
Renault considered building a Zoe electric hot hatch, but it abandoned the project due to a lack of range on the track.
A European Commission-funded website breaks out electric, plug-in hybrid vehicle sales by model, and finds the news isn't great.
Renault tries to appeal to a wide range of customers in Geneva with the sporty GT trim of its Megane Sport Tourer wagon and the luxurious Zoe Swiss Edition EV.
The Renault Zoe was Europe's most popular EV in 2015, and the French automaker saw its overall sales in the segment jump 49 percent over 2014. EVs still represent a tiny portion of overall European auto purchases.
Renault boosts Zoe's single-charge range to about 150 miles.
The all-electric Renault Zoe sold 10,000 units during its first year on sale and the French automaker has sold a total of about 51,500 EVs since starting sales of its four-vehicle EV lineup in 2011. Renault's collection also includes the Twizy two-seater, the Fluence sedan and the Kangoo van – just look at the awesome concepts from 2009 in the gallery above. Throw in the fact that the Nissan Leaf has sold around 150,000 around the world and some sales of the e-NV200 delivery van, and we ge
Uber is really taking it to cabbies in New York City. The car-hailing smartphone app has temporarily cut rates to its lowest-cost UberX service by 20 percent, now making it much more competitive - even cheaper in many cases - to request a ride from the app than to hail a NYC taxi. Also, tip is included in Uber's rate, while yellow cab fares do not include tip. However, Uber's rates vary depending on certain variables such as traffic and demand. Uber has been the target of protests by cabbies in
The Rallye Monte-Carlo ZENN was held this past weekend and the spunky Renault Zoe electric vehicle drove away the big winner. The little car came in first place not only in the overall category, but also in the regularity, energy consumption, autotest and teams' challenge sections. As the company wrote on the official blog, "Yes, we literally won everything!"