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    How Far Will People Push Tesla’s Million-Mile Warranty?

    Now that Tesla has uncapped the limit for its 8-year Model S powertrain warranty to “infinite” miles, how far might some Model S drivers actually be able to take this? Could they drive a million miles all under warranty? Could they go farther? Already, stranger things have happened, such as a couple of ex-army buddies […]

    Culture & Market

    10 Encouraging Signs For The Future of Electrified Vehicles

    Actually, there are more than only 10 reasons to be encouraged that the electrification of transportation has a bright future. This round up however is in case anyone has any doubt after we gave a sober look at what yet gives critics breathing space to poke at the effort to rely on batteries instead of […]

    Carmakers, Market & Fleets

    Tesla Roadster Could Get 400-Mile, Supercharger-Capable Battery

    According to Autoblog Green, which got the story from Green Car Reports and ultimately, Auto Express, the Tesla Roadster which ceased production in 2012 will get a 400-mile range battery. You could say this is recycled battery news, and included is the longest-range li-ion battery yet may also get Supercharger compatibility. The hint emanated from […]

    Hybrid Car News

    Hyundai Testing New Prius Fighter?

    Hyundai is reportedly working on a compact hybrid car, and several development mules of the potential Toyota Prius rival were caught testing in public. AutoGuide has a gallery full of photos, and reports that while the mules used current five-door Elantra GT bodyshells, not to expect a hybridized Elantra, but rather a standalone model. The rough […]

    Buemi Leads Formula E’s Last Test Session

    Sebastien Buemi of e.dams-Renault set the fastest time on the FIA Formula E Championship final day of pre-season testing at Donington Park. This last round of testing was held ahead of the opening round of the all-electric in Beijing on September 13. The Swiss driver set a lap of 1:31.792 seconds to top the timesheets […]

    Hole-In-One Nets Hunter Mahan A BMW i3

    Yesterday PGA Tour Player Hunter Mahan was presented with an all-electric BMW i3. He won the vehicle after scoring a hole-in-one on the 17th hole during the 2013 BMW Championship at Conway Farms Golf Club in Lake Forest, Ill. In addition to receiving the i3, Mahan met Melyzjah Smith, the 2013 BMW Hole-in-One Scholar, who […]

    Sustainable Architectural Firm Corgan To Design Toyota’s New Texas Headquarters

    As Toyota prepares to relocate from Torrance, Southern California to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, it has named its architectural firm to design its new campus for 4,000 employees. Drawings and specs for Toyota’s new corporate headquarters are to be overseen by Dallas-based Corgan as the lead architect known for sustainable designs, and in a statement, […]

    PUMP Documentary To Examine America’s Control By Big Oil

    That America is “addicted” to petroleum may involve conspiracy theory about “Big Oil,” but wrapped up in it may also be conspiracy fact – and this PUMP aims to explore. The documentary, “starring” industry movers and shakers including Tesla CEO Elon Musk, opens in Los Angeles and New York theaters next week and in Utah […]

    Study Reveals Consumers ‘Better Off’ With Sub-100-Mile EV Range

    While there has been plenty of attention around various auto manufacturers looking to vastly increase the ranges offered on their next-generation electric vehicles, a new study suggests that might not be the best way to go. The study, written by Zhenhong Lin of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Knoxville, Tenn., concludes that until the […]