After travelling to points of interest across the world, the Rolls Royce 102EX, or Phantom Experimental Electric, is finally back home. It may not be the most realistic proposition for fans of electric cars, but like Tesla, it represents something of a figurehead for the breed and proves that electric power needn't just be limited to city vehicles. The 102EX has been shipped around the world virtually non-stop since its unveiling at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show back in March. Since then, the car has visited Beijing, Dubai, Singapore, Munich, Paris and more - including New York City, where Green...
Electric-Car Education: As Important For Salespeople As Car Buyers
Although it’s almost a year since the 2011 Nissan Leaf and 2011 Chevrolet Volt officially launched in key electric car markets, the majority of the U.S. population have yet to see their first highway capable electric car. So its no surprise that automakers are spending a lot of time and...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield
Converted Electric Nissan Qashqai Completes Round-World Trip
There are two types of people in the world: those who like long-distance trips and those who don’t. Danish adventurers Hjalte Tin and Nina Tin Rasmussen are most certainly the former. Last week the couple celebrated the completion of the Moto Mundo World Electric Tour - a ten month trip...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield
Tesla Says “G’Day” to Australian East Coast With 1,864 Mile Trek
Eighteen months after Australian Tesla roadster early adopter Simon Hackett broke the world record for the longest distance travelled in a production electric vehicle Tesla Australia is planning a 3,000 kilometer (1,864 mile) trek along the country’s east coast After receiving official...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield