The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
GM unveiled Voltec, its affordable home charger for the Chevrolet Volt. If you're not one of the first 4,400 buyers of the Volt who will receive a free home charger courtesy of a Department of Energy grant, this wall-mountable unit is available for $490 plus installation, which can vary by region, but is expected to cost around $1,500.
Hands-on with Sony's Project Morpheus, mastering the art of smartphone photography, and dunking and dribbling through the eyes of a professional NBA player.
At the 2014 Chicago Auto Show, Kia showed off the Soul EV, an electric car the company will market this year.
Honda will offer a new plug-in hybrid and hybrid version of its updated Accord model next year, featuring an all-new hybrid drive system.
During our review of the Ford Focus Electric, we subjected the car to a variety of tests, including climbing a 25 percent grade from a dead stop.
Honda announced the EPA fuel economy and range numbers for its Fit EV today, the rating of 118 MPG equivalent making it the most fuel-efficient production car available.
At EVS26, the Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles this week, Toyota showed off the production version of its RAV4 EV, an electric vehicle built through a partnership with Tesla.
Switch Lighting lines up distributors for LED bulbs that use a novel design to create even light and an attractive stand in for incandescent bulbs.
Ford takes a shot over the bow of the Nissan Leaf, and CNET Car Tech takes a Focus with no tailpipe for a spin.
Ford gets specific with the details surrounding the 2012 launch of its fully electric Focus.