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Ontario’s government has sweetened the deal for purchasers of plug-in electrified vehicles, including of Teslas, which were formerly locked out. Drivers residing in Ontario that were interested in purchasing a Tesla were capped at receiving a $3,000 incentive for the automaker’s electric cars, as the government has a cap in place for vehicles that cost […]

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Lion Bus and Blue Bird will lead the way forward for electric school buses. At the end of last year, the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) announced plans to award $15 million to organizations to expedite the advancement of alternative fuel vehicles. Last month, the DoE awarded Blue Bird with $4.4 million to manufacture a […]

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The mysterious Faraday Future has taken its first realistic step in becoming a bona fide automaker by building a modest factory that will eventually grow to become a part of the $1 billion mega factory. The company has promised a lot of things in the past, but one of its bolder plans was intent to […]

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Those tuning into the Super Bowl later this month will notice that Toyota will be absent, as the automaker doesn’t have plans to run a national ad. Toyota continues to promote hydrogen as a source of energy for cars and instead of ponying up an insane amount of money to showcase the Mirai to all […]

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In a recent crash test by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS), two plug-in hybrids – Toyota Prius Prime and Chevy Volt – earned the highest Top Safety Pick Plus designation, while Tesla’s Model S and the BMW i3 fell short. To qualify for the IIHS’ Top Safety Pick, a car has to earn […]

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The future generation of all-electric vehicles from VW will have a new design language that hasn’t been seen on any of the automaker’s cars. With the introduction of its new family of all-electric vehicles, Volkswagen will be taking a fresh approach, reports Automotive News. The automaker’s head of design, Klaus Bischoff, said using battery packs […]

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The days of Tesla owners driving hundreds of miles to get their vehicles serviced may be at an end. Most current Tesla owners are the mercy of the automaker to find a Tesla service center that can work on their vehicle. There is the “Right to Repair” program in Massachusetts, which forces electronic manufacturers to […]

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The war between Indiana and Tesla rages on, as a state representative has introduced a new bill to stop the automaker from selling its cars directly to consumers. A new bill – House Bill 1592 – filed by Indiana’s State Representitive Ed Soliday, R-Valaparaiso, doesn’t have the world Tesla in it, but it bans manufacturers of […]

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The small segment of electrified motorcycles is about to get a large spark, as Alta Motors, once known as Zero Motorcycle, plans to come out with a new concept – an electric street tracker that will be road legal. The San Francisco, Calif.-based company, already offers two electric models – the Redshift MX (motocross) and […]

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Leverton & Sons, a British funeral home, has come up with a way to give environmentalists one final ride in a green car with a Nissan Leaf hearse. Developed in partnership with Brahms Electric Vehicles, Leverton & Sons the first all-electric “Eco-Hearse” in Britain is based off of the Leaf and has been customized to fit […]

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