Here's the latest news on the third fire reported for the Tesla Model S. Tesla has sold over 19,000 of the all-electric Model S sedans but this news threatens to change the mostly positive image the company has created over the years.
GM showed off this new Caddy at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year. It looks pretty awesome and it's basically a as Cadillac brings plug-in hybrid technology to the Cadillac brand.
That may be going a bit too far, as there's nothing to indicate that a Cadillac would have fared any better as GM's first plug-in option. The technology is just getting started, and the Volt's price point was always an issue.
Chevy has announced it will produce an all-electric version of the Chevy Spark mini car, the Spark EV. This vehicle complements Chevy’s growing range of EVs, including the Volt and the 2013 Malibu ECO with eAssist technology. It will be sold in limited quantities in select U.S. and global markets starting in 2013. See for more information. Also, in an effort to meet the growing demand for safe, connected personal transportation, GM has decided to work on the next-generation EN-V concept vehicle and brand it with the Chevy badge. This two-seat, electric urban mobility concept is a zero-emissions vehicle powered by lithium-ion batteries. The Chevy EN-V concept will be updated with new features that customers need such as climate control, personal storage space and all-weather and road condition operation.
To learn more about the Chevy EN-V, check out the release .
Ford isn't letting up in trying to come up with all ideas possible . If this start and stop method can increase mpg by 10% in the city and 5% overall cars won't need to be idle to get our attention! (just make sure the heater keeps running in Ohio winters!)
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