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China has tightened the reins on automakers to accelerate electric car adoption by raising its production quotas, which will go into effect in 2019. The latest rules call for automakers to obtain a new-energy vehicle score (NEV), expressed as a percentage of the production output of various low-emission vehicles relative to its total output. According […]

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After starting from not-far-above zero at the start of this decade, the global count of plug-in electrified vehicles has crossed the two-million unit milestone. More specifically, the tally through the end of December 2016 was an estimated 2,032,000 highway-legal passenger vehicles including a smattering of European light-duty PEV vans. SEE ALSO: One Million Global Plug-In […]

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Startup electric vehicle maker Eli, introduced its Zero EV, a Renault Twizy lookalike, at the Consumer Electric Show (CES) in Las Vegas today. The pint-sized two seater, with a body made of high-tensile aluminum, is 88.5-inches long, 54-inches wide and 61-inches high, and weighs in at just 795 pounds. Eli tags the car as “the […]

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China has reported that by March it had exceeded a half-million plug-in electrified vehicles sold, and if things go to plan, the world has seen almost nothing yet. In what is now the largest conventional car and plug-in car market, Chinese authorities have since 2012 had a goal that Tesla could approve of to sell […]

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Originally launched as a gas-powered fun machine by Bruce Meyers in 1964, the iconic Manx dune buggy should soon be available in all-electric form. Now operating under the name of Meyers Manx Inc., the company produces various iterations of the original, and Bruce Meyers’ latest spin off will be in partnership with Las Vegas-based Rev-TEC […]

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