Lotus has begun dynamic and durability testing of its sleek Evora 414E hybrid technology demonstrator, sporting two electric motors, a range extender engine and great acceleration.
Audi recently smoked a record at the demanding Nürburgring track in Germany, going 8 minutes, 9 seconds in a single lap in its R8 e-tron that will be coming to dealerships later this year.
A Florida-based amateur inventor has rescued a 1968 Fiberfab Valkyrie fiberglass replica of an old Ford GT40 from the scrapheap and turned it into an electric car.
Struggling A123, savaged by Republicans as an Obama-backed failure, uncorks Nanophosphate EXT, lithium-ion technology that excels at extreme temperatures.
At Western Michigan University, a 50-kilowatt solar array helps power 15 electric vehicle charging stations.
A team of young designers from Slovenia unveils an eye-catching two-man electric hydrofoil, which they are calling a “sports car for the water.”
Siemens says its “eHighway,” with cargo trucks powered by overheard power lines like trolley cars, could make moving goods a whole lot greener.
Nissan is doubling down on the electric car market, unveiling its new e-NV200 light commercial vehicle for 2013 production that is targeted both at businesses and families.
AMP, which specializes in converting gasoline-fueled cars – SUVs in particular – into electric vehicles, opens its first dealership, in Cincinnati.
ZEV said its new 5000 LA model scooter is a response to economic hard times and the fact that disposable income is not what it was.
The car can generate up to 335 horses, making it capable of hitting the 170 mile per hour mark and going from zero to 60 in a whiplash-inducing 3.2 seconds.
Inspired by the Google shuttle, the San Francisco startup RidePal is aiming to provide stuck-in-traffic drivers a plush and eco-friendly commuting alternative.
Tuk Tuk Factory unveils an all-electric food cart, the e-Tuk Vendo, and its first customer plans to use it to provide fresh fruit shakes and fruit cups.
At just seven feet long and three feet wide, the Volpe seats two, with the passenger wedged behind the driver as if on a motorcycle.