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    Audi Plans Three Electric Vehicles by Decade’s End

    As parent company Volkswagen Group shifts from diesel to electric vehicles, Audi plans to have at least three EVs by 2020 as part of a new major plan. The shift in focus was presented to managers last week, and CEO Rupert Stadler told a German newspaper that it expects electric vehicles to account for 25 […]

    Power, Plugs and People

    World’s Most Efficient EV Yields Equivalent of 26,135 MPG

    A team of graduate students from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has been acknowledged by the Guinness World Records for the “Most Efficient Electric Vehicle.” On an Audi test track in Bavaria, the tiny project car toppled the previous Guinness record by chalking up 765.53 miles/kilowatt hours. That’s the equivalent of about 26,135 U.S. […]

    Carmakers, Market & Fleets

    Sooner Than Some Think, Lyft Will Launch GM’s First Autonomous Electric Car

    General Motors will offer its first autonomous EV through its affiliated ride-sharing partner, Lyft, and things are coming together on an accelerated pace. In January this year, GM announced it invested $500 million in Lyft and it has made Pam Fletcher, its former executive chief engineer for electric vehicles, its new executive chief engineer of […]

    Hybrid Car News

    Porsche’s Mission E Tesla Fighter on Track for 2020 Launch

    New spy photographs of a Porsche Mission E mule caught testing have emerged. Development of the all-electric sports sedan is well underway and the photos suggest it is on course for a 2020 arrival date, according to British publication Autocar. Three-and-ahalf years could be seen as a long way off given the rapidity of the […]

    Formula E Cars Get ‘Futuristic’ Look For Season Three

    Formula E, the world’s first electric racing series, met with some skepticism at its launch, but the first two seasons delivered some great racing. Now the folks behind the FIA Formula E Championship want their race cars to look different than other racing series machines, so they came up with a new design. When the […]

    LG Chem in Talks with Iranian Automaker to Supply Battery Cells

    LG Chem may add the Middle East to its list of global regions served as talks continue with an Iranian automaker. Iran Khodro Co., an automaker based in Tehran, is reportedly in discussions with LG Chem to provide battery cells for its upcoming plug-in electrified vehicles (PEVs). Iran Khodro’s CEO Hashem Yekke-Zare, says that “negotiations […]

    Green Commuter Rolling Out Tesla Model X Fleet for Los Angeles Commuters

    Green Commuter, a new carsharing and vanpooling service, is bringing in a Tesla Model X fleet to the Los Angeles market. The company says that the Model X was chosen because it’s the only all-electric vehicle currently able to seat seven. With its attractive appearance, comfort, and performance capability, it meets Green Commuter’s goals. The […]

    Lawsuit Claims Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid Isn’t Meeting 13 Mile Range

    A lawsuit by a Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid owner says that a “13-mile” battery power range is deceptive. Earlier this month, owner Richard Rosenbaum filed the suit in Michigan federal court claiming that the Prius Plug-In he purchased in 2012 has not been able to meet the 13-mile electric range that Toyota was advertising. Rosenblaum […]

    Federal Government Aims to Develop a 500 Wh/kg Battery, 350 kW Charging System

    New initiatives of the Obama Administration to advance electric vehicle adoption include the development of a battery pack with a specific energy of 500 watt-hours per kilogram and a 350 kilowatt DC fast charging system. If accomplished, the battery’s specific energy would be more than two-and-a half times the 170-200 watt-hours per kilogram in today’s […]