Electric Car News

Bay Area Plans Major Expansion Of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Rare Toyota Rav4 Model Is The Latest Electric Car Museum Addition, Possibly The Last

The lack of funding is preventing any further expansion to preserve the history of EVs. more

Lucid Motors Going After Tesla To Build Arizona Sedan Plant

Lucid Motors Going After Tesla To Build Arizona Sedan Plant

A new electric car company going after Tesla has finally decided to build a plant in Arizona after studying 60 potential sites. more

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BMW, Daimler, Ford, Volkswagen Group To Build Giant Charge Network For Electric Cars

BMW, Daimler, Ford and Volkswagen Group are teaming up to create the largest charging station network for electric cars. more

News On Volkswagen's Electric Car Lineup

Volkswagen Electric Cars: What We Know So Far

German car company Volkswagen announced its plan to roll out an electric car range by 2021. more

Go Ultra Low Electric Vehicle on charge on a London street

$35,000 2016 Nissan Leaf Brand New Electric Car to Be Had for Less Than $14,000; How It Can Be Done and Other Useful Info

The 2016 Nissan Leaf Electric Car that sells for $35,000 can now be purchased at below $14,000 by directly buying it from Nissan at 0-downpayment and 0-interest rate payable within 72 months. Similar discounts are also offered for other electric car brands. more

NextEV is a mainstay at Formula E, which is apparent in the build of its all-new electric hypercar, dubbed the world's fastest.

NextEV Unveils NIO EP9, World's Fastest Electric Vehicle

Chinese start up NextEV finally unveiled its stunning all-electric hypercar, the EP9, under global sub-brand NIO at London's Saatchi gallery on Monday. A sleek, eye-catching build is complemented by a truly impressive feat: being the fastest electric vehicle (EV) ever made, according to its creators. more

NextEV Hypercar

NextEV News: Chinese Carmaker Gives Sneak Peak Of New Hypercar

NextEV has kept a lid on details surrounding its upcoming electric hypercar, set to stage its world premiere in London next week, but it appears even the Chinese carmaker couldn't stand the suspense. They released an image on Monday revealing the design of the hypercar's headlights, a month after it had been seen in the UK when it was tested. more

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