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Toyota isn't exactly pricing its first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle to move. But it does appear to be price competitive with the Tesla Model S.
The Japanese government is getting behind fuel-cell vehicles in a big way. This follows recent comments from a Toyota executive that battery-powered cars are not the future of long-range alternative fuel cars.
The company known for two-wheeled, self-balancing people transporters throws another wheel into the mix.
The CEO of the all-electric car company says Model S is safer than any other car on the road and "there's definitely not going to be a recall."
Car2Go is bringing 300 all-electric Smart ForTwos to San Diego. Members of the car-sharing program can rent these EVs by the day, hour, or minute, but with an 84-mile range, they won't be going very far.
Green Automotive announces that Roush Industries will begin testing an electric SUV to meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards for the U.S. market.
Experimental technology from automaker Ford attempts to notify drivers behind you when you're braking, even if they can't see you.
Using a titanium dioxide gel, researchers make a battery that could one day allow electric cars to fuel up as fast as their gas-guzzling cousins.
Following Tesla's news that it's bringing autopilot to its electric sports cars, CEO Elon Musk says autonomous, self-driving cars aren't far off either.
The CEO of the electric car maker tweeted a mock-up hinting at an upcoming Tesla Motors product announcement next week.