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Volkswagen Group is sorry about the emissions cheating it foisted on 11 million car buyers the last seven years or more. It’s so sorry in fact that it says it will introduce on average three battery electric vehicles annually for the next 10 years. Better than bread and circuses for plug-in fans, these 30 all-new […]

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Ford’s GT claimed first place in its class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans on the 50th anniversary of the first of its four outright victories in the 1960s, and Porsche’s 919 Hybrid snatched a second consecutive Le Mans victory. The unheralded news of this year’s Le Mans race, however, is a hydrogen fuel […]

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If Nikola Motor Company’s plans come to pass, its Nikola One series hybrid electric truck threatens to do to trucking what Tesla’s Model S has done within the auto industry. Among a list of touted benefits, the natural-gas turbine powered rig could attack one of the biggest sore spots in the global transportation picture with […]

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Perhaps there’s some magic when applying famous electrical engineer Nikola Tesla’s name to an electrified vehicle. Salt Lake City-based startup, Nikola Motor, said in a press release it received 7,000 pre-orders last month for its Class 8 electric truck. That translates to $10.5 million in reservation funds, and $2.3 billion in sales if all of […]

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Have you ever given thought to buying an electrified vehicle but realized what you wanted in terms of body style or features simply did not exist? We can’t tell you how many times we’ve spoken with people who – not knowing how limited the green car market is – have said they’d buy an electrified […]

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In May Europe’s cumulative total sales of plug-in electrified vehicles (PEVs) crossed the half-million unit mark. Just the top six European countries with unit counts available at this point have purchased 502,311 PEVs, making Europe number one in passenger PEVs, with the U.S. second, and China third. The count for Europe does include about 32,000 […]

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Despite tweets last Friday by Tesla CEO Elon Musk implying federal regulators have dismissed allegations that Model S suspensions have design defects, this is not the case. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) actually said last week it is looking further into concerns initially raised by writer Edward Niedermeyer in the Daily Kanban, and […]

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If it is true that “ignorance is bliss,” with regard to plug-in electrified vehicles, there could be a statistically significant number of ecstatic folk out there. With offense meant to no one, at least true is following last month’s results of yet one more consumer survey yielding too-many cringeworthy answers, PEV advocates are again saying […]

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Since the first funky looking hybrid cars came on the U.S. scene in late 1999, Americans have now purchased over four-million examples of these gas-electric fuel savers. Today there are three-dozen hybrid vehicles on offer – some which sell negligible numbers, others that pull more weight in the market – and despite inexpensive gas presently […]

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Faraday Future, the secretive electric car company, applied for Michigan manufacturer’s license plates to test self-driving vehicles. The Detroit News cited Kirk Steudle, director of the Michigan Department of Transportation, who said Faraday Future “contacted him in January about how to apply for plates to test self-driving vehicles there.” The company has since applied for […]

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