With so many stories of the all-electric world focusing on luxury automakers, we decided to focus this week’s edition of the Gas2 Week in Review on quirky EVs and some offbeat EV stories that deserve a little boost of media attention.
Uber has Announced an agreement to Buy 24,000 Self-driving Volvo XC90 and S90 SPA platform autonomous Cars between 2019 and 2021.
Mitsubishi is getting a $5.3 Billion Budget allowance from Renault and Nissan to R&D new models as part of a 2020 plan to turn around the company.
With EVs on the Rise, is Geely (the Chinese company that now owns Volvo, Lynk & Co., and Lotus Cars) still undervalued by investors?
The Kia fastback concept set to be revealed at the Frankfurt auto show in a few days is drop dead gorgeous.
Honda is finding its focus shifting from the US to China as the Chinese market continues to boom and the US market slows.
The 2018 Nissan LEAF is reported to be a major step forward for the hot selling electric car. One current LEAF owner is very much looking forward to its arrival.
Tesla is talking with officials in Nevada and California about conducting test of systems that will allow autonomous trucks to platoon together on highways.
Volvo and Geely Holdings to Develop Lynk & Co Brand vehicles with new shared platforms and EV, hybrid technology.
Los Angeles county’s public transportation agency has signed an agreement with BYD for 60 electrric buses as part of the area’s commitment to lower carbon emissions.
Formula E is offering a prime opportunity for high tech manufacturers to strut their stuff on the world stage.
Hyperloop One completed it first successful test of it Hyperloop transportation pod at its DevLoop test track in Nevada on May 12. The company calls it a “Kitty Hawk” moment.
If all car makers sell one quarter electric cars, the world will need 40 new Gigafactories to meet the demand for EV batteries says Volkswagen’s head of R&D.
EVEN Electric is partnering with Microsoft Sweden to develop a new digital EV sales platform that is scalable for use anywhere in the world, Its purpose is to make buying an electric car easier so more people will take the EV plunge.
France has announced a plan to ban the sale of cars with internal combustion engines by 2040 as part of its commitment to the goals of the Paris climate accords.
After years of delays, inquiries, and please for millions of dollars, Does ANYONE Still Think Elio Motors is Going to Happen?