Tesla is readying the first glimpse of its first affordable vehicle, the Model 3. The reveal is set for March 31, and it can't come soon enough, as the automaker is facing increasingly tough questions about its future.
Those in need of a speedy portable storage device that can handle a rough, dirty or wet environment, the G-Tech G-Drive EV ATC is an excellent buy.
Their solution takes its idea from something quite familiar -- underground gasoline storage tanks.
As in past years, self-driving car tech remains big at CES 2016, but more concepts were focused on how we can interact with cars through visual input and gestures. Meanwhile, Chevy unveiled its new Bolt EV, the most practical electric car yet.
The Chevrolet Bolt could be the first EV to make a major impact on the market when it goes into production at the end of the year. We got a chance to drive it early in Las Vegas.
The Golden State will soon roll out income-based tax incentives for partial- or full-electric vehicle ownership.
CES isn't traditionally a car show, but automakers and their suppliers will show off what future cars can do, with technology powering safety and self-driving, convenience and comfort.
Leaf owners in Minneapolis-St. Paul won't have to worry about paying for public juice for two years.
Nissan has pledged to sell a fully autonomous car by 2020. This Leaf prototype readily shows how close the automaker is getting to its goal.
How many motors does one car need? Honda's given this prototype one for each wheel.