It is quite obvious that JLR is facing some major dilemma with their plans.
A study says the world has until 2030 before the worst happens. Part of the solution are EVs and we’re already on our way there.
No, it’s not at all what you think. Trust us.
Taking baby steps toward electrification in the Philippines.
This might very well be the most expensive tweet. Ever.
But we’re not holding our collective breaths for a left-hand drive model anytime soon.
The upcoming EV will be based on Suzuki’s Wagon R minicar.
600 km range on an all-electric, all-wheel drive chassis.
Autonomous driving, an integrated workstation, and zero emissions. The perfect work vehicle?
Shots fired at you, Mercedes.
Wouldn’t it be nice to see this concept become a reality?
Seriously, what’s up with these radical-looking EV concepts these days?
The Vision Urbanetics sits on an all-electric, self-driving modular platform.
Nissan and e.dams will work alongside each other in development of the Japanese brand’s Formula E car.
Team Edison is spearheading the EV revolution at Ford.
Range is estimated at 320 km, though. Nice try, Mercedes.
Audi unleashes the PB18 e-tron concept with promising performance out of its three electric motors.
The cult classic scene in the automotive world has given life to another nameplate, the E-Type and it’s got an electric motor under the hood.
“This project will not only promote the use of electric vehicles, but will also play a significant role in the reduction of carbon emission of vehicles in the country.”
This little car has just been legalized for street use in Europe.