Of the three plug-in VW cars we drove in Berlin this month, the one we liked best is the one we won't get in North America. The Volkswagen e-Up battery-electric minicar is a blast. It's small, rollerskate-agile, and performs well enough that it would be our preferred vehicle in any crowded city. And it's a huge upgrade on the gasoline version, Volkswagen's least expensive car in Germany, which we loved on its own merits when we drove a European version two years ago. MORE: Volkswagen Up: The Coolest High-MPG Small Car We Can't Have But VW didn't design the Up minicar to Federalize, meaning to...
Porsche Boxster E Electric Sports Car A Hit At 2011 Michelin Challenge Bibendum
The Michelin Challenge Bibendum is an annual event run by the French tire company aimed at promoting the development of sustainable mobility. At this year’s event in the German capital of Berlin Porsche rolled out its Boxster E electric car prototype, revealing a few more saucy details about...Viknesh Vijayenthiran