BMW recently announced to unveil their first battery-powered versions of the Mini and X3 models, so as to deal with the competitors, especially Tesla Model 3.
McLaren has just revealed its first ever EV, McLaren P1. Good news is it is very affordable, the Bad news is that it is only for kids. Here's more.
Tesla Model 3 EV is to be launched near the fall of 2017. It's possible that the Car would be released in China before its U.S. release.
With more and more people embracing the idea of electric powered rides, there's no reason why we might not see these electric vehicles htiing every street and every road.
Self-driving, electric cars are envisioned to be the future of the industry. And, they could come from China.
Researchers have created an all-climate battery that self-heats at cold temperatures.
Scientists have officially developed a working lithium-oxygen battery with a high energy density that's more than 90 percent efficient.
Scientists may be turning trees into energy storage devices.
Imagine a car that can transport you where you need to go-without an actual driver. Does it seem like something out of science fiction? It's more of a reality in Singapore.
Scientists may have found a way to make electric vehicles lighter, more powerful and more efficient. They've used 3D printing and novel semiconductors to create a power inverter that may change the future for electric vehicles.
Overconsumption of anything could create a problem. Today, the high prevalence of gas-powered vehicles is causing a higher demand for oil and scientists believe they’re worsening the climate change issue. Could electric powered vehicles pose an issue if over-consumed?
In response to President Obama’s urge to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases in the State of the Union Address last month, NASA’s research program at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida has shown great progress by testing electric cars.