Electric vehicles are becoming far more commonplace, but these new and upcoming models are venturing into new segments, furthering their appeal and shedding stereotypes
Over at Cadillac, there’s a whole different conversation going on about lighting.
From sporty hybrids to its first fully electric vehicles.
The new electric vehicle concept marks something special for Porsche—it’s a glimpse into how the brands reads its own future.
This single-seater electric vehicle could change the way we travel alone.
Of the myriad cars on display in Las Vegas for Consumer Technology Association 2016, few have as much potential for change as the Chevrolet Bolt EV.
In a world full of gas-electric hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fully electric luxury cars, even the most extensively refined internal combustion engines cannot match the smooth and silent push from an electric motor.
Nothing symbolizes next-generation, consumer-ready cars as clearly as those that run electric. BMW, which celebrates its centenary next year, is at the forefront of a movement that has these cars quickly rolling out of factories and showing up, plugged in, to a garage near you.
After witnessing the covers come off the production version of the BMW i3, the much-anticipated electric car, one thing became abundantly clear: BMW is taking this electric business very seriously.