2017 Smart ForTwo Electric Drive (European model) prototype, Aug 2016
Today, we have first impressions of the 2017 Smart Fortwo Electric Drive, BMW’s expanded ChargeNow by EVgo electric-car charging service, and a Tesla executive’s claim that other automakers aren’t really trying to sell electric cars. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
We take a first ride in the 2017 Smart Fortwo Electric Drive that will debut this fall at the 2016 Paris Motor Show.
See why Volkswagen faces far worse problems in South Korea than in the U.S.
A Tesla executive believes other automakers are “not even trying” to sell electric cars, comparing competitor offerings to “kitchen appliances.”
In response to low oil prices, Kuwait raises its own gas prices. The Middle Eastern country is one of several oil producers grappling with the drop in prices.
BMW is expanding its ChargeNow program for drivers of the “i” and “iPerformance” plug-in cars, in partnership with network operator EVgo.
Reactions to Elon Musk’s latest “master plan” for Tesla have been mixed, but here’s why the plan may not be as crazy as some analysts think.
Tesla has advocated an alternative to the traditional franchised dealership model, but could test drives also become a thing of the past?
Finally, Roborace reveals the finished design for its autonomous electric race car.
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