Tesla may be working with AMD to design a proprietary computer chip for its Autopilot autonomous driving system. AMD has declined to confirm or deny the report.
The Tesla Model 3 manual for first responders offers a glimpse into how the Model 3 is designed and built.
New York City will spend $10 million to build 50 fast charging hubs in the city by 2020. Each hub will have up to 20 fast charging stations,
Mercedes is boosting its investment in electric car and battery manufacturing in the US and China. It will begin building electrics at its factory in Alabama in 2021.
Tesla is in the process of building the largest Supercharger facility in the world in the garage of the Lilacs shopping center in Shanghai, China.
10 global corporations have made a commitment to 100% electric vehicles and created EV 100 to encourage other businesses to do so as well.
A report from Fleet News screams that plug-in hybrids get lousy fuel economy and have higher carbon emissions than diesel cars. The sky is falling! We must run and tell the king!
Nikola Motors and Bosch are teaming up to develop electric trucks that combine hydrogen fuel cells and Bosch’s self contained e-Axle for Class 8 heavy duty cargo tractors.
Unplugged Performance has unveiled three new body kits — from mild to wild — for the Tesla Model 3.
Lyft is working with engineers and city planners on ways to reduce urban congestion using more ride hailing and car sharing programs in the future.
Renault and Nissan have laid out a joint vision for electric and autonomous cars with a target date of 2022.
Proterra and LG Chem have jointly developed a new battery cell with higher energy density for use in heavy duty vehicles like electric buses and trucks.
Porsche says its four door dual motor electric car will be on sale in 2019 and be priced at around $85,000. Will it appeal to potential Tesla buyers or will it carve out a new market niche of its own?
The electric car revolution will change the economic landscape in many ways, some obvious, some not.
Cruise Automation says it now has the first production ready self driving car. Tesla fans may dispute that claim.
The week’s edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review” is all about EV concept vehicles— and the headlines were sure full of plenty of press releases about the next, best thing to be in a neighborhood near you.