Ford Focus Electric's Battery Will Feature Heating/Cooling Before Charging

Ford wants to implement cooling/heating mechanisms for the batteries they will include in their future Focus Electric. The engineers at Ford designed a thermally conductive liquid that circulates throughout the battery.

Tesla Model 3 Attacked by BMW in Acid Advertising

BMW’s new aid campaign is nothing short of misleading. In attempt to put down Tesla’s Model 3 in exchange for highlighting BMW’s plug-in hybrid vehicle,...

Zombie 222: 1968 Mustang Resurrected as an EV

There are muscle cars, and there are exotic super cars.  The Zombie 222 is a 1968 Mustang that was converted by Mitch Medford and...
Lithium-Ion Battery Pack in a BMW i3

European SmartBatt Seeks Lighter EV Battery Packs

Electric vehicles are designed to make the most of their limited battery charge. To that end, EV designers focus on weight reduction, aerodynamics,...
Bird's Nest Hosts First Formula E Races

Beijing to host First Race in 2014 Formula E Championship Racing Series

The Beijing National Stadium, perhaps better-known as the Bird’s Nest, was built for the 2008 Olympics. The Bird’s Nest might be getting a new...
Renault Study Compares Lifecycle Emissions of Electric Vehicles and Conventional Vehicles

Lifecycle Emissions – Electric Vehicles Cleaner, Renault Study

Looking at electric vehicles in combination with some renewable energy source, you might properly come to the conclusion that they are cleaner than conventional...
Fiat Turning Away From Electric Vehicles, Focusing on Small Turbocharged Engines [like Ford EcoBoost]

Fiat Won’t Be Producing Any More EVs Until They’re Widely Adopted, CEO Marchione Says

We know that, in the long run, electric vehicles are the way to go, but most people aren't ready to pay for the technology. Electric...

Tesla Owner Stuck In The Desert for Lack of Cellphone Signal

We are getting used to a level of technology that would have been unthinkable a generation ago. Ryan Negri is the proud owner of...

WrightSpeed X1 – 170mpg/300 horsepower SportsCar

This is the Wrightspeed X1, built by Ian Wright (51), the first employee from Tesla Motors. It is a full electric car that can...

GM Reveals World’s First Mass-Production Self-driving EV

Every year, millions of people die in vehicular traffic accidents, and 95 percent of these are due to human error. Elon Musk articulates that...