In this post, we take a look back and 2017 and how it was a monumental step forward for the electric vehicle market. We then make predictions on what is to come for 2018.
Electric cars and the charging stations powering them continue to improve. To get to the next level, the industry needs to overcome these obstacles.
Outside temperatures affect the range of all cars, but electric vehicle drivers will feel the sting most in extreme weather. That’s because an EV battery does not deliver the driving range of a [...]
Rewards programs are by now a part of most Americans’ lives. Whether you have a frequent flyer account, choose a credit card for the cash back offers, or enjoy a free 10th coffee after you buy [...]
New York City is quickly becoming a hub for electric vehicle (EV) adoption in America. At the close of 2016, New York State had by far the highest number of plug-in EVs on the road of any [...]
Whether you purchase an electric car for a company fleet or personal use, you can expect superior economy and reduced operating costs. However, the cars do not drive themselves (well, not [...]
Among the reasons people had to avoid first-generation electric vehicles, cost concerns topped the list. It was hard to find the value proposition of a $40,000 car that could only travel 75 [...]
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV debuted in North America in the final weeks of 2016. As the first car to reach an impressive range quote (238 miles) at a mid-tier price point ($37,495), Chevy’s [...]
The 2016 plug-in electric vehicle sales results told a clear story. Overall, the segment’s 159,333 sales soared past the previous yearly high by nearly 40%. In December, automakers set a new [...]
All things considered, electric vehicles had their best year yet in 2016. Plug-ins set sales records in North America and around the world; charging stations came into service at an astonishing [...]