The Samsung SM3 ZE — a twin to the Renault Fluence ZE — now has a 36 kWh battery for 57% longer range. The new battery weighs the same as the battery previously used.
A truck driver has a few issues with the Tesla Semi. We invite your comments as well.
An analysis of tweets about Tesla and electric cars reveals some interesting information about what parts of the US are hot beds of interest. The data also contains one big surprise.
Honda, Volvo, and Lync & Co had announcements about plug-in hybrid models this week. The Honda Clarity PHEV will begin at $33,400. And Chevrolet may have a plug-in cute ute on the market within the next few years.
It was all Tesla, all the time this week in the news. If it wasn’t the Semi reveal, it was the J.B. Hunt truck order from Tesla, stories about Megachargers, or the return of the Roadster.
Walmart and Canada’s Loblaw will be among the first to order Tesla Semi electric tractors for their fleets.
JB Hunt, one of North America’s largest trucking companies, has reserved several of the new Tesla Semi tractors for its operations.
The board of directors at Volkswagen has agreed on a plan to invest $40 billion in electric cars, autonomous technology, and mobility systems by 2022. That is a big step forward for the company, but can they pull it off?
The Tesla Semi uses an 8 pin charging pin. Tesla says the Megacharger will add 400 miles of range in 30 minutes. If true, it will need over 1.5 megawatts of power to accomplish that task.
A new study finds that many car dealers are poorly equipped to sell electric cars. That will come as no surprise to our readers.
GM CEO Mary Barra told a conference this week that her company expects the price of battery cells for electric cars to drop to $100 per kWh from $145 per kWh within a few years. She says when that happens, electric cars will cost about 30% less to manufacture.