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    Three Ways Formula E Will Benefit Our Electric Vehicles

    Regardless whether you personally like motorsports, or not, alternative energy fans may want to seriously consider cheering on Formula E or at least hope it succeeds. For more than a century internal combustion vehicles have enjoyed a symbiotic relationship between racing and cars we can buy, and a key goal for Formula E is facilitating […]

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    Nevada Approves Tax Breaks For Tesla

    After three long days of special legislative sessions, the Nevada government finally approved the $1.3 billion bundle of tax breaks and other incentives needed to bring the Tesla Gigafactory to the state. During a signing ceremony, Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval said that the deal “changed the trajectory of our state forever,” and that “We made […]

    Culture & Market

    Americans Buy Their 250,000th Plug-In Car

    Last month was a good month for car sales in general, plug-in electrified vehicles (PEVs) in particular, and regarding this latter category, Americans bought their 250,000th. This count includes all road-going U.S. plug-in passenger car sales since 2008 when Tesla’s Roadster was launched, to the present. Early this year, excluding commercial vehicles, we chronicled just […]

    Hybrid Car News

    JLL Involved In Toyota’s Plano HQ

    After helping find the place, real estate strategy firm JLL will be Toyota’s third partner in building the company’s new North American headquarters in Plano, Texas. Toyota said it has already tapped developer KDC and design firm Corgan. JLL will provide project management services, helping keep the enormous undertaking on track and on target. “We […]

    Citroën Also Goes For Hybrid Air Power

    After Peugeot, Citroën is revealing info about its hybrid air powered concept, the C4 Cactus AIRFLOW 2L concept. The air-powered vehicle devised by Peugeot’s sister company will be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show and of course shares some aspects of its technology with Peugeot’s hybrid-air concept mentioned earlier this week. Described by Citroën as […]

    Steelmaker Says F-150 Doesn’t Need Aluminum To Save Weight

    In what might be the most predictable statement to come from a steel-maker ever, ArcelorMittal has said that automakers don’t need to switch away from steel in order to hit future fuel efficiency regulations. The company recently released the results of a study showing that it could cut the weight of a pickup truck by […]

    Tucson Fuel Cell Discussed With DoE And Congress Caucus

    Hyundai collaborated with the House Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Caucus and the Department of Energy on yesterday to highlight the U.S. introduction of its Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell. The company says it is the Tucson Fuel Cell is the first mass-produced fuel cell vehicles in the U.S. retail market. In a briefing organized by the […]

    First Autonomous Driving Calif. Permit Issued To Audi

    Audi announced it will be the first company to receive a newly established autonomous driving permit issued by California. This came as a number of new regulations that govern the testing of automated driving on the state’s roads took effect September 16. California has allowed limited use of its roads for automated vehicle testing in […]

    Free Charging Station With ELR: Extended To Canada

    To help lure-in possible buyers, Cadillac Canada is offering a complimentary 240-volt home charging station and installation to early buyers of the 2014 ELR electrified luxury coupe. “The ELR’s blend of leading technology with provocative design and fun-to-drive performance is set to bring new buyers to Cadillac and to electrification itself,” said Uwe Ellinghaus, chief […]