The state of New York is putting up $500,000 to assist UPS in converting the majority of its New York City delivery fleet to electric trucks.
This week on the “Gas2 Week in Review” we focus on electric vehicles that aren’t intended to someday replace your father’s Chevy — those commercial vehicles with real potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The CEO of Waymo told the press this week his company is about to begin a self driving taxi service in Chandler, Arizona in the very near future using autonomous Chrysler Pacifica minivans.
Daimler, which owns Thomas Built Buses, says it will begin offering an electric school bus with 100 miles of range to North American customers beginning in 2019.
The Vespa Elettrica will be available beginning in 2018. It will have 60 miles of range and a charging time of 4 hours.
Autonomous cars don’t need to be perfect to save lives. They just have to be better than human drivers.
The German car industry, led by Volkswagen, has been busy trying to convince European regulators to soften future emissions requirements. It seems their plan is working.
The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio Concept may be wild on the outside, but its what under its skin — or in it — is wilder still.
The Workhorse N-Gen delivery van and integrated HorseFly delivery drone will debut at the 2018 CES show in Las Vegas in January.
Op-Ed: in this article, I lay out the argument that Scuderia Ferrari Are Losers, and They Should Quit F1 before anyone else notices.
Daihen Corporation has selected the DRIVE 11 wireless charging technology from WiTricity as the basis for its new initiative to build wireless charging systems for the automotive market.
This week’s edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review” looks at recent news stories about solutions that the EV industry is trying to overcome. If these successes keep building, all-electric transportation will soon be much more pervasive across all sectors of the personal transportation ownership group.