A Professional Twitter Troll named Laura Loomer was banned From Uber recently for ignorant, racist online attacks against Muslim women.
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With the new Model 3 ready to start production, Tesla is looking to reach out to a new audience. It’s LI gallery is one way.
New York, Massachusetts, and Maryland have filed suit in state courts seeking damages for illegal Volkswagen diesel emissions. The suits name names and tell who knew about the software cheating and when.
Originally published on EV Obsession. Some of the factors contributing to the relatively fast adoption of electric vehicles (EV) in some American metropolitan markets have been identified and characterized by a new study from the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT). The dominant ones, according to the new report, are: stronger consumer incentives, a broader […]
20 BMW i3 sedans have been donated to the New York City Parks Department to assist in the annual TreesCount! census of all 600,000 trees in the city.
The California Air Resource Board has mandated that automakers produce a certain number of Zero-Emissions Vehicles (ZEVs), and nine other states, most of them in the Northeast, have adopted those same standards. So why are there so many more electric and hydrogen vehicles for sale in California than the ten other states that follow the […]
Originally published on EVObsession In launching and marketing the BMW i3, executives commonly referred to the electric vehicle as an urban mobility vehicle meant for transporting city folk to and from their destinations within the 82-mile driving range. However, the inclusion of a gas-powered range-extender that effectively doubles that i3’s driving range has made it […]
Can European-style micro-cars make it here in America? While many would say no, the Daimler Corporation is saying yes with the all-new, totally redesigned 2016 Smart ForTwo that debuted yesterday at the North American International Auto Show. Can this pint-sized people-mover strike a better chord with urbanites the second time around? Daimler certainly has done […]
Spinlister wants to create a peer-to-peer bike-sharing network that is expanding to include both surfboards and skiiing/snowboarding equipment.
Originally posted on CleanTechnica I am ashamed to say that my home state of Connecticut currently ranks alongside states like New Jersey and Texas in banning the sale of the Tesla Model S. But that may soon change thanks to the efforts of a Republican Senator, who had to go New York to buy a […]
Studies have shown that electric cars are only as green as the power source. If your home is powered by coal, then so is your electric car. The best way to truly go green is to buy a solar panel system and recharge your EV using that. To promote their solar systems, SunPower has launched […]
Instead of bringing an all-electric Cooper to the LA Auto Show, MINI instead revealed the Citysurfer electric scooter concept.
When it launches in December 2015, the hydrogen powered Toyota Mirai will be priced at $57,900 before incentives and come with free fuel for up to 3 years.
After successfully closing Times Square and Broadway in 2009, the city of New York is looking to ban cars in the Central Park Loop starting in 2015.
Bike rental kiosks are popping up all over the US, and more than 23 million people have taken a ride. But what’s most impressive: is 0 of them have died.
The first vehicle to usher Cadillac into a new direction is the just announced Cadillac CT6, which will reportedly get a plug-in hybrid drivetrain.