People Will Buy Electric Cars If They're Cheap, Privileged, And Convenient

People Will Buy Electric Cars If They're Cheap, Privileged, And Convenient

Electric cars may be growing in popularity, but they still make up just a tiny percentage of the U.S. auto market. When will things take off? If sales in Norway are any indication, that will happen when electric vehicles become inexpensive, easy to own, and confer certain privileges. According to... read more

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Assembly of Think City electric cars, Elkhart, Indiana, Jan 2011

Bankrupt Norwegian Electric-Car Maker Think Gets Russian Owner

Well, it's official: After its fourth bankruptcy in two decades, the Norwegian electric-car maker Think Global has a new owner. As rumored last week, he's lumber baron Boris... read more July 25, 2011 by 9

Jens Kratholm's Valentine's day gift

Does YOUR Valentine's Day Gift Plug In? This Tesla Does

Okay, let's get the schoolyard jokes about buying your female companion a motorised whirring gift for valentine's day. We know you have a much more sophisticated set of tates... read more February 14, 2011 by 2

Scorpion hydrogen car

Hydrogen Refueling Ramps Up In Norway

A new hydrogen refueling station supplied by the Danish company H2 Logic will be installed just outside Oslo, Norway in summer 2011 as part of Norway’s “hydrogen... read more November 30, 2010 by 5

Venturi Eclectic Concept

Could Your Car's Tinted Windows Collect Solar Energy?

Back in the day, having a car with solar panels on it meant you were driving around in something that probably looked as weird as 2006’s Venturi Eclectic concept. However... read more August 24, 2010 by 1


Electric-Car Maker Think Emerges From Bankruptcy, Plans US Sales

We've always had a soft spot for Think, the Norwegian electric-car company. From its start in 1991, it set out to build not just battery-powered vehicles, but electric cars... read more August 28, 2009 by 1



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