Plug-in Hybrids


BMW i5 Could Arrive As Tesla Rival By 2018

Published on April 14th, 2015 | by Christopher DeMorro


Originally posted on CleanTechnica Unlike many of its rivals, BMW decided to do its plug-in cars properly by developing standalone platforms for the i3 and i8. The result was the creation of two excellent plug-in cars, ... Read More



Can Paris Become The World Capitol Of Cycling?

Published on April 14th, 2015 | by Steve Hanley

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Can Paris become world’s cycling capital? That’s exactly what it intends to do by implementing a new $164,000,000 plan for infrastructure improvements designed to make cycling in the city safer and more convenient. New bikeways will ... Read More

Car Buying


BMW i3 Is Now Available Through Amazon In Japan

Published on April 14th, 2015 | by Steve Hanley


Tesla Motors started it by selling its cars online, bypassing traditional dealers. BMW has been paying attention and has learned from the Tesla experiment. As of last Wednesday, the BMW i3 is now available online through Amazon ... Read More

Auto industry


Tesla Restarts China Strategy To Assuage Range Anxiety

Published on April 13th, 2015 | by Christopher DeMorro

Originally posted on EVObsession After boasting that China could become Tesla’s largest market, Elon Musk backpedaled his enthusiasm when his ambitious plans hit a speed bump. Concerns over range anxiety have proven difficult to overcome, and ... Read More

Electric Vehicles

Consumer Reports Buys A Tesla Model S P85D

Consumer Reports Buys A Tesla Model S P85D

Published on April 10th, 2015 | by Steve Hanley


Why would Consumer Reports, that bastion of boring, buy a $130,000 Tesla Model S P85D? Simply because it’s the most fun you can have driving a car without getting arrested.  Who ever thought we would see Jake Fisher, ... Read More

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