Today, we look at the 2017 range of Zero electric motorcycles, a Toyota researcher discusses progress in battery research and development, and the White House prepares to host an electric-car "datathon." All this and more on Green Car Reports.
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We survey the 2017 Zero electric motorcycle range, which now includes 14 configurations ranging in price from $8,495 to $18,690.
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A Toyota battery researcher says the company will be able to achieve an all-electric car in "a few years," likely 2020.
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Tomorrow, the White House will hold an electric-car "datathon," with the goal of finding ways to use data to further electric-car adoption.
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