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At the 82nd Geneva Motor Show, Tata Motors unveiled a new four-seater city-smart global range extended electric vehicle (REEV) concept for motorists interested in the best performing and environmentally-friendly vehicles.
According to the Norwegian University of Science and Technology study, if coal is used to create the electricity, then greenhouse gas emissions can go up radically.
Latest models of electric cars such as Ford’s Focus, Honda’s Fit and Nissan Smyrna are certainly outshining the previous models due to the latest technologies and improvements in the designs as well. No wonder, electric vehicles still rule the market … Continue reading
Because of rise in gas prices, Americans are more leaning toward hybrid and electric cars. Another reason is their improved models offering the greatest share of the U.S. auto market.
Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA) sold its stake in US electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc. after the company’s shares surged to a 20 percent high over last year. The 75 percent government owned company made a profit of … Continue reading
The announcement by the Korean government to support electric vehicles, has sparked a stiff competition to launch home-grown zero-emission cars between Hyundai Motor Group and Renault Samsung. These two companies have promised to gift the country’s first mass produced electric … Continue reading
Year 2012 will see Nissan’s trials continue at different places. The all-electric van Nissan NV200 EV will ride the streets of London, England. During its stint of package schlepping, the van will show-off the colours of the courier FedEx this … Continue reading
Europe’s largest automaker, Volkswagen AG (VOW) has finalized plans to build two models of electric vehicles. The maker of Jetta Sedan, VW counts on partners in China to accomplish the project that will kick start in 2013.
General Motors Co. has shown renewed interest in the electric car market nearly twelve years after its EV1 car was controversially discontinued from the market in 1999.