Entries from The Torque Report tagged with 'electric vehicle'

Nissan Leaf buyers now get free charging in Boston

Nissan has announced that its "No Charge to Charge" promotion is now available for Boston-area Nissan Leaf buyers.

BMW Delivers the First i3 in the U.S.

BMW has announced that the first 2014 BMW i3 electric car has been delivered in the U.S. Boston resident and Tufts University professor of practice, Charles Rabie took delivery of his i3 yesterday at the BMW of Boston dealership.

2015 Kia Soul EV Will Arrive With a 120-Mile Range

Next year Kia is going to release a new electric version of the 2015 Kia Soul in the U.S. Kia has revealed that it expects the Soul EV to have a driving range over 120 miles.

Nissan BladeGlider EV Sports Car Concept Unveiled

The 2013 Tokyo Motor Show is only a few weeks away and this year Nissan is going to unveil the BladeGlider electric sports car concept at the show.

GM Expands its Battery Systems Lab as Work Continues on a 200-Mile Tesla Fighter

General Motors has nearly tripled the size of its Global Battery Systems Laboratory in Warren, MI. as it continues to expand its EV lineup.

2014 BMW i8 Photos Leaked Ahead of its Frankfurt Debut

BMW is going to officially unveil the production version of the 2014 BMW i8 next week on September 10, but the first photos have already leaked.

2014 BMW i3 Officially Unveiled

As promised BMW as officially unveiled the BMW i3, which is going to arrive in the US in the second quarter of 2014.

2014 BMW i3 Photos Leak Ahead of its Debut Next Week

BMW is going to officially unveil the i3 next week, but the first photos have already leaked online.

Nissan Now Can't Build Enough Leafs Thanks to the Growing Demand

After a slow start out of the gate, now Nissan has the opposite problem with the Nissan Leaf EV- Nissan can't build enough. Nissan is now selling around 2,000 units a month, which quadruple the number of Leaf's that were selling a year ago.

Tesla Model S Production Now Exceeds 400 a Week

Tesla is now reportedly producing more than 400 Model S sedans a week, which is more than the automaker's initial goal according to CEO Elon Musk.

GM Plans to Double its Number of 40 MPG Vehicles by 2017

General Motors is planning on doubling the number of vehicles in its lineup that have over 40 MPG from four to eight by 2017.

Ford Drops the Price for the 2014 Focus Electric

Ford is dropping the price of the 2014 Ford Focus Electric 10 percent in response to slow sales and to compete with other EVs like the Nissan Leaf.

2014 BMW i3 EV Specs Released

BMW has released the full specs for the i3, which is going to be unveiled on July 29.

Nissan Adds Quick Charging Stations to 100 Dealerships in the US

Nissan has announced that it is going to install more than 100 DC quick chargers at Leaf-certified dealers across the US.

Electric VW e-up! to Cost Around $30k, Double the Price of the Standard up!

VW has announced that the electric VW e-up! will start at €26,900 in Germany, which is around $34,500 based on today's conversion rates.

BMW i3 EV Teased, Will Debut on July 29

BMW is going to officially unwrap the i3 EV this month on July 29th.

Fiat's Electric 500e is Sold Out

EV buyers in California that were hoping to get the keys to the new Fiat 500e will be disappointed to hear that the electric 500e is sold out for the rest of the year.

Tesla Battery Swap Stations Will Arrive by the End of the Year

By the end of the year Tesla is going to install quick-swap bays at its Supercharger stations in California, which will give drivers the ability to swap out their depleted batteries in less than the time that it takes to fill up a tank of gas.

Nissan ZEOD RC is The World's Fastest Electric Race Car

Nissan has unveiled the new ZEOD RC race car, which Nissan says is the world's fastest electric racing car that will reach speeds in excess of 186 mph.

Tesla to Reveal Model S Battery Swap Option Tomorrow

Tesla is going to unveil a new battery swapping option for the Model S.