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A new study shows battery prices are falling faster than predicted. The researchers say $150 per kWh is possible by 2020, prompting a shift to electric cars The post Battery Prices Falling Faster Than Expected appeared first on Gas 2.
The Volvo S60 T6 PHEV goes on display in Shanghai this week. The car is built on the long wheelbase chassis for the Chinese market and has more than 300 hp.
Is hydrogen the fuel of the future? That’s the question a lot of people are asking these days, and there are plenty of experts on both sides of the argument.
Looking at the numbers, electric cars are selling better in Europe than plug in hybrids. 58,244 electric cars were sold in the EU in 2014 — a 73% increase over 2013.
Originally posted on CleanTechnica If you’ve ever wanted to get into a low-cost, well-reviewed electric car, now may be your best chance.
Originally posted on EVObsession Elon Musk has been touting the ability for the Tesla Model S to drive itself for years now, and this summer the Autopilot feature is slated to roll out for all current and future Tesla owners.
Electric cars aim to solve the Earth’s increasing problems with pollution, but their service to humanity can extend well past the planet’s surface.
A few days ago I reported that the Cadillac ELR would not be replaced after its product cycle ran out…and just how long that product cycle was is anybody’s guess, because GM wasn’t talking.
Originally posted on EVObsession In 2014 sales of the Nissan LEAF electric car exceeded 30,000 units in the U.S.
Growing up, life is full if a lot of “firsts” that we can somehow always seem to remember, be they influential on the rest of our life or not.
Originally posted on CleanTechnica Unlike many of its rivals, BMW decided to do its plug-in cars properly by developing standalone platforms for the i3 and i8.
There aren’t many places left in the world where one can escape the all-seeing eye of government surveillance programs and speed limits.
Google Glass brought to life a long-held science-fiction fantasy of computer-augmented vision, and now MINI wants to apply the same concept to driving.
Can Paris become world’s cycling capital? That’s exactly what it intends to do by implementing a new $164,000,000 plan for infrastructure improvements designed to make cycling in the city safer and more convenient.
Tesla Motors started it by selling its cars on line, bypassing traditional dealers. BMW has been paying attention and has learned from the Tesla experiment.
First of all, if you missed last week’s Cleantech Talk episode, I’m sure it’s one you don’t want to miss — be sure to listen to Chris and I interview Tesla Cofounder and Wrightspeed Founder & CEO Ian Wright.
For there to be a hero, there must also be a villain. Austin Powers had Dr. Evil, James Bond has battled SPECTRE for decades, and Superman is constantly foiling the machinations of Lex Luthor.
The folks at AutoGuide have unearthed a patent for an 11 speed transmission filed by Ford 18 months ago.
Originally posted on CleanTechnica The first time I ever got an official driving lesson from a paid instructor, our training vehicle was a Plymouth Breeze, one of Chrysler’s infamously cheap “cloud cars” that had been further cheapened by five years of drivers-in-training.
Shell is teaming up with legendary designer Gordon Murray and engine specialist Geo Technology to create a the Project M city car which will be optimized for urban transportation in the cities of the future.