Charging an electric car is not quite as easy as just plugging it in. There are different charging options that fill a car's battery and different rates.
We pit BMW's newly announced i3 electric city car against competing EV models and check the specs.
Last night, Tesla Motors demonstrated how a service station could accomplish two battery swaps for the Model S in the time it takes to fill a gas tank. Problem is, that technique works only for Tesla.
Two of the world's leading standardization groups sign agreement to collaborate on future standards regarding vehicle-to-grid technology.
The NHTSA proposes rules for how keyless ignitions in cars should work.
In an effort to make its Model S practical for longer trips, Tesla has begun building a network of fast chargers.
The Combined Charging System, backed by U.S. and German automakers, makes the prospect of charging an EV during a long highway drive or trip to the mall much more realistic.
SAE International, a global association of more than 128,000 engineers and related technical experts in the aerospace, automotive and commercial-vehicle industries, is developing a standard for electric vehicles and utility grids.
Rumor suggests there might be a few more jobs around. Which means some companies may be turning to virtual career fairs. These present difficult cultural and sartorial questions.
Automotive News reports on the technical focus of the next SAE World Congress.