Late next year BMW's i3 electric car is slated to arrive and when it does it will mark the provisional culmination of 40 years of development work at BMW.
BMW has unveiled its latest electric concept car, the i3 Coupe Concept, which takes the design of the original i3 concept, but is a bit sportier.
GM has confirmed that the Chevy Spark EV will make its world debut at the 2012 LA Auto Show later this month.
Honda has unveiled the Micro Commuter Prototype, which was developed in consideration of the vehicle categories for micro-sized mobility products that are currently being discussed under the initiative of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism in Japan.
Volvo has announced that it is testing a new fast-charger for electric cars that is six times faster than today's systems with a charging time of only 1.5 hours.
Toyota has announced announced the arrival of the 2013 Scion iQ EV in the U.S.
Tesla has received a $10 million grant from the state of California to build its new Model X crossover.
The Nissan Terra fuel cell SUV concept officially took the stage today at the 2012 Paris Motor Show.
Toyota has just unveiled the full electric version of the Toyota iQ, which is sold here as the Scion iQ.
Just in case you haven't heard, this weekend is National Plug-in Day!
The Volvo C30 Electric was just awarded "Green Car of the Year" in China at the 4th China New Energy Mobility Summit on the same day that Volvo delivered 15 Volvo C30 Electric cars to Shanghai for the pioneering open road test-drive project - EV100 Days.
If you live in Portugal you will soon start seeing the Nissan Leaf with "Policia" badges on it, since Portugal's police force has taken delivery of a fleet of the Leaf electric vehicles.
Many critics have commented that Honda has "lost its way," but could the new 2013 Fit EV that arrives next month convince the world that Honda is serious about "green vehicles?"
Audi recently gave us the opportunity to get a quick drive behind the wheel of a prototype of its upcoming A3 e-tron electric car.
The current electric cars are heavy and too expensive, which prevents them from being a true alternative to conventional cars. BMW and Daimler have joined forces with scientists at the Technical University Munich to develop an electric car that is efficient, safe and inexpensive.
If you use an RSS reader, you can subscribe to a feed of all future entries tagged 'electric car'.