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Plug-In Hybrid MPGs: Is Parallel or Range-Extended Better?

Plug-In Hybrid MPGs: Is Parallel or Range-Extended Better?

These are exciting times to be a car shopper, as the choices in every possible category just keep getting better and more fuel-efficient. The options for ecologically sensitive hybrid buyers have taken a major step forward with the introduction of the 2011 Chevrolet Volt and the imminent arrival of... read more

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Electric Car Startups To Square Off Against Big Auto Competition

Competition is heating up in the electric car sector, and the next few years will be a challenging testing ground for startups looking to gain a foothold among consumers as... read more March 4, 2011 by 


 
Fisker Karma

Fisker To Release Karma Hybrid (Finally), With Extra $150M, Possible IPO

After several rounds of delays and price increases, electric car startup Fisker says it will start production next month for the Karma, a luxury plug-in hybrid priced at... read more February 24, 2011 by  1


 
First factory-built Fisker Karma live photos

2011 Fisker Karma 'Final Pricing' Goes Up Again, To $95,900

The 2011 Fisker Karma is still on track to reach U.S. dealers in March or April, according to the company. But there's one new piece of info: The price of the extended-range... read more December 23, 2010 by  15


 
Think City electric vehicle

Electric Car Company Think Starts U.S. Production Of City Minicar

Think is a Norwegian based manufacturer of electric cars and is the same company behind the original ‘Th!nk’ electric car that went on sale in the U.S. during the... read more December 16, 2010 by 


 
2009 Fisker Karma

Fisker To Skip Detroit Auto Show, 2011 Karma Next In Geneva

For next month's Detroit Auto Show, we're making our list and checking it twice. But it turns out that one notable name in green cars is giving the country's largest auto... read more December 14, 2010 by  3


 
2011 Coda Sedan electric car, 'All Electric' badge, 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show

Naming Electric Cars And Companies: Is Anything Good Left?

Naming new car models is always tough. The latest head-scratcher is GM's decision to rebrand the replacement for its Aveo subcompact as the 2012 Chevrolet Sonic, a name... read more December 10, 2010 by  9


 
U.S.-spec 2011 Fiat 500 Sport

Chrysler To Tap Federal Money--This Time, for Green Cars

Chrysler may join Nissan, Ford, Fisker and Tesla in winning a share of federal loans to convert old factories to greener-car production. Automotive News reports that Chrysler... read more October 27, 2010 by  3


 
First factory-built Fisker Karma live photos

Report: Fisker Considering Six Model Lineup, Filing For IPO

Electric car start-up Tesla successfully launched a stock IPO earlier this year and in the process managed to earn the company a handy $226 million; crucial funding that will... read more October 5, 2010 by  2


 
2012 Range Rover Evoque

2010 Paris Motor Show: Green Car Roundup of Production Models

The fall's first big European auto show, the 2010 Paris Motor Show, officially kicks off on Thursday, which is when all the press conferences happen. But the industry has... read more September 27, 2010 by 


 
2010 Fisker Karma S Concept

Waiting For Fisker: First Factory-Built 2011 Karma At Paris Motor Show

It's been a year of press announcements but no cars from Fisker Automotive. Now the company says that the first factory-built 2011 Fisker Karma will debut at the 2010 Paris... read more September 20, 2010 by 


 
2009 Fisker Karma

Fisker's $30M Parts Order Puts Karma Back On Track

Plug-in hybrid/electric vehicles are no strangers to the vaporware syndrome: a product is announced, promised to be the best ever, raises funds, then fails to materialize--or... read more September 14, 2010 by 


 
A123 lithium-ion cells

A123 Spins Out Energy Storage Startup, Loses Chrysler Deal

Advanced battery maker A123 announced more than its quarterly earnings yesterday. In addition to posting a lackluster $22.6 million in revenue, the company spun off a new... read more August 12, 2010 by  1


 
2009 Fisker Karma

Fisker Takes Possession Of Ex-GM Factory, Production To Start In 2012

In many ways, the Fisker Karma sets the standard in design for the still-nascent luxury/performance plug-in hybrid market, and it's due to hit dealerships sometime early in... read more July 19, 2010 by 


 
2011 Fisker Karma plug-in sports sedan at Fisker Santa Monica, July 2010, from WebRidesTV

Fisker Dealer: Karma Plug-In Sedan Deliveries Start March or April

We've written before about the schedule for the 2011 Fisker Karma, which (like many other electric cars) has slipped a bit since the car was first unveiled. Now Fisker's... read more July 16, 2010 by  6


 
Coulomb Technologies CT-2000 electric vehicle charging station

Coulomb launches ambitious plan to electrify cars: 4,600 new charging stations

Coulomb Technologies unveiled ambitious plans today to install 4,600 new charging stations for plug-in vehicles in homes and commercial spaces across the U.S. — a project... read more June 4, 2010 by  6


 
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